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UPDATE: Freedom and Rock 'n Roll (grad) (9/10/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 11, 2004 - 5:41pm
adam beardsworth

update: Freedom & Rock 'n Roll deadline extension (grad journal issue;
9/10/04)

New Deadline: September 10, 2004. postscript: a peer-reviewed journal of
graduate criticism and theory published annually by graduate students in the
Department of English at Memorial University of Newfoundland has extended
the deadline for its forthcoming issue on freedom and rock 'n roll until
September 10th, 2004. Graduate students are encouraged to submit critical
works that engage the following cfp:

CFP: Toni Morrison's prose and fiction (undergrad) (11/30/04; collection)

updated: 
Sunday, July 25, 2004 - 6:20pm
Jami Carlacio

Call For Papers: Collection of Essays on Toni Morrison's prose and fiction

Reading Toni Morrison: Students Writing on Race, Culture, and Identity

I am currently soliciting contributions from undergraduate university
students for a collection of essays on the work of Toni Morrison. Essays
may come from a variety of disciplines, including history, American
Studies, English, and Rhetoric.

CFP: Excess: Rapture & Revolution (8/2/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, June 25, 2004 - 1:40am
a.woods_at_pgrad.unimelb.edu.au

CFP: "Excess: Rapture and Revolution" antiTHESIS

antiTHESIS is a fully-refereed journal of contemporary theory, criticism and culture, and Australia's longest-running interdisciplinary postgraduate journal. It is produced by postgraduates in the Department of English with Cultural Studies and Creative Writing at the University of Melbourne.

The antiTHESIS editorial collective are seeking contributions to volume 15, entitled: "Excess: Rapture and Revolution."

Scholars and creative writers are invited to direct their contribution to topics such as:

CFP: Henry James: Leon Edel Prize (11/1/04; journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, June 15, 2004 - 3:58am
Service Account hjamesr

Call for Papers

LEON EDEL PRIZE

The Leon Edel Prize is awarded annually for the best essay on Henry James
by a beginning scholar. The prize carries with it an award of $150, and
the prize-winning essay will be published in HJR.

The competition is open to applicants who have not held a full-time
academic appointment for more than four years. Independent scholars and
graduate students are encouraged to apply.

Essays should be 20-30 pages (including notes), original, and not under
submission elsewhere or previously published.

Send submissions (in duplicate, produced according to current MLA
style, and with return
postage enclosed) to:

UPDATE: All Topics & Market Economy in Higher Education (grad) (6/30/04; prize & journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, May 25, 2004 - 4:18am
pgeng.submissions_at_durham.ac.uk

UPDATE: PRIZE for Journal Article on Topic of your Choice

IN recognition of the 10th Issue, Postgraduate English will be offering a small
prize for the paper deemed 'most deserving' by a committee of the Editorial
Board. This applies to the general papers of 7000 words (see below), and not
to the 500 word pieces for the forum.

The University of Durham's Online Journal
POSTGRADUATE ENGLISH:
A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English in the UK and Europe

CFP: Market Economy in Higher Education (grad) (6/30/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, May 11, 2004 - 5:17am
pgeng.submissions_at_durham.ac.uk

CFP:General Papers and New Material on a Market Economy in Higher Education (30/06/04; journal issue 10)

The University of Durham's Online Journal
POSTGRADUATE ENGLISH:
A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English in the UK and Europe

Invites postgraduates studying in the UK and Europe to submit papers of not
more than 7000 words on a topic of YOUR CHOICE in the broad range of English
Studies for issue 10 (September 2004) of our refereed online journal. Papers
must conform to the MLA guidelines for presentation and be received no later
than

June 30, 2004.

CFP: Science Fiction Foundation Essay Prize (grad) (5/31/04; journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, May 4, 2004 - 1:35am
Michelle Reid

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A reminder to all graduate students that the deadline for the Science
Fiction Foundation Essay Prize is coming up on 31st May 2004.
The details of the competition are as follows:

The Science Fiction Foundation seeks entries for its annual graduate
essay prize.
£250 will be awarded for the best unpublished essay in science fiction
criticism.
The winning entry will be published in the journal Foundation.

CFP: Philament Journal: Ornament (grad) (6/11/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, April 23, 2004 - 3:09am
kiemckay_at_arts.usyd.edu.au

PHILAMENT invites contributors for its fifth edition. This upcoming issue is to
circulate around ideas of Ornament.

Deadline: Friday 11th June 2004.

Ornament. So, for example, you might like to write an article about puritanical
insignia in early American literature, or about the physical and psychological
scarring of teenagers in young adult literature. Equally, you could submit a
paper on the translational slippage between scripts (transcript, manuscript,
etc) on the road to publication. Any way you look at it, you are writing about
ornament. And you ornament as you do so. Maybe you could write about that.

Go on then, adorn us.

Ornamental ideas, suggestions, texts or otherwise:

CFP: Skandalon: a graduate journal of theory (7/1/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, April 16, 2004 - 2:43am
Mark Asberg

Skandalon: a graduate journal of theory

Call for Papers

Skandalon is a refereed graduate e-journal edited and published by the students of the Centre for the Study of Theory & Criticism, University of Western Ontario.

Within the confines of its biblical and ecclesiastical heritage, the word skandalon signifies a seductive enticement or occasion that incites behaviour that leads one to turn away from God and enter a movement towards ruin. In this very movement of reversal, however, there resides a going astray that points towards the thinking or theorizing of, or on, the scandalized.

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