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CFP: Othello (no deadline; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 16, 1999 - 3:38pm
Terri Ruckel

Dr. Philip C. Kolin, Professor of English at the Univ. of Southern
Mississippi and the General Editor of the Garland Shakespeare Criticism
Series, is soliciting one-page proposals for 25 page essays on Othello
for a future collection on the play. He wants proposals on papers that
deal directly and theoretically with race, representation, gender and
genre as well as performance. Send just a one-page proposal to him via
fax at 601-266-5757.

CFP: Teachers of Writing (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, February 16, 1999 - 7:59am
James A. Inman

** Please forward where appropriate.
** Apologies in advance for cross-posting.

_Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments_ is an
electronic journal designed to serve as a peer-reviewed resource for
teachers, researchers, and tutors of writing at the college and university
level, including Technical Writing, Business Writing, Professional
Communication, Creative Writing, Composition, and Literature. We are
located online at http://english.ttu.edu/kairos

For the News section of issue 4.1, we are soliciting the following sorts
of texts:

CFP: American Popular Culture (no deadline; book series)

updated: 
Friday, February 12, 1999 - 2:43am
RollinsPC_at_aol.com

A CALL FOR AUTHORS:

AMERICAN CULTURE THOUGH HISTORY is a series of
books edited by Ray B. Browne and Larry Kreiser for The
Greenwood Press. The Editors hereby solicit suggested book
topics for the 16-book series. Authors will have 15 to 24 months
to complete their manuscripts.

The stated mission of the series is to provide an overview of American
popular culture through the eras and decades of our history so that teachers
and student will be able to observe trends in the many areas
listed below and to learn how each evolved into the popular culture
or our time.

Topics are by period:

CFP: Lesbian & Gay Studies (no deadline; collection)

updated: 
Friday, January 22, 1999 - 3:20am
David Barnett

This is an updated posting seeking submissions. There are many topics still
available for essays that I thought might be handled by scholars listed in
Louie's database. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Murphy.

Dave Barnett

*****************Forwarded message************************

Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 14:45:42 -0600
From: "Timothy F. Murphy" <tmurphy_at_uic.edu>
Subject: Call for Papers -- Please Circulate

PLEASE CIRCULATE

CFP: Irish Studies (no deadline; book series)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 12, 1999 - 6:45am
Eugene O'Brien

Eugene O'Brien,
University of Limerick.
e-mail: eobmac_at_iol.ie

CALL FOR BOOK PROPOSALS: *Ireland in Theory*: Irish Studies Series

This series of book-length studies, to be published by the Edwin Mellen
Press, is a new venture in the area of Irish Studies. Its thematic
approach will be interdisciplinary so that the developments in literary
and cultural theory can be brought to bear on issues concerned
with Irishness.

*Ireland in Theory* will imbricate the theoretical developments of the last
fifty years with a questioning of the epistemological status of Irish
writing, Irish culture and Irish identity, and their interaction.

CFP: TEXT Technology (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Friday, January 8, 1999 - 9:53pm
Peter Sands

******** PLEASE CROSSPOST *********

TEXT Technology CALL FOR PAPERS and REVIEWS

_TEXT Technology: the Journal of Computer Text Processing_ seeks papers
and reviews of Internet sites and related materials. We seek reviews of
websites and web development tools relevant to humanities computing and
text processing—from word processing and concordances to SGML tools, and
everything in between.

CFP: Conference Experiences (grad) (journal)

updated: 
Monday, December 14, 1998 - 1:45am
Steve McCullough

CALL FOR PAPERS
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                                Henry Street:
                    A Graduate Journal of Literary Study

  _Henry Street_ is requesting contributions addressing graduate student
  experiences with large international conferences such as the MLA Annual
  Convention. We are interested in critical responses as well as personal
  perspectives on the roles and the experiences of graduate students at
  these large-scale professional events.

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CFP: Modernism (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Monday, December 14, 1998 - 12:49am
Leonard Orr

The new issue of the _International Review of Modernism_ (Fall/Winter, 1998,
vol. 2, issue 1) has recently been published. We are now assigning reviews for
the next two issues (2.2 and 3.1, 1999) and we would like to hear from
interested and qualified reviewers. If you have sent us vitas or summaries of
your interests, you do not need to do so again, but let us know what you are
currently interested in reviewing. The books must be new or forthcoming. They
must also fall within our scope: European culture from 1890-1939.

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