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CFP: Medieval Forum (e-journal)

updated: 
Thursday, April 11, 2002 - 12:00pm
Medlit

X-posted from PERFORM

Medieval Forum, a new electronic journal for the promotion of
scholarship in Medieval English Literature, invites submissions for
its first volume. MF is dedicated to providing a venue for the free
exchange of ideas in a collegial, public forum environment. Critical
essays on works from any genre or period of the medieval corpus are
invited, and a humanistic orientation is encouraged. Although the
focus of MF is on literature, articles from other disciplines,
particularly cultural and historical, that will contribute to the
study of literature are welcome.

CFP: TEXT Technology (journal)

updated: 
Thursday, April 11, 2002 - 11:42am
Joanne Buckley

[Apologies to list members for implying in the subject header of the last
copy of this posting that TEXT Technology is an e-journal. I had misread
"eclectic journal" below as "electronic journal." --Erika Lin, CFP list
editor]

TEXT Technology is an eclectic journal for academics and professionals
around the world, supplying articles devoted to any use of computers to
acquire, analyze, create, edit, or translate texts.

CFP: Thinking Classroom (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, April 10, 2002 - 9:02pm
Beverly Michaels

CALL FOR PAPERS

The journal Thinking Classroom (also published in Russian as Peremena)
serves as an international forum of exchange among teachers, teacher
educators and others interested in promoting democratic teaching
practices. We invite potential authors to submit papers that encourage
professional development, research and reflection. Thinking Classroom
features articles that foster learner-centered teaching strategies
including critical and creative thinking, active and cooperative learning,
and problem solving. The journal also publishes articles about the
institutional structures that support these practices.

CFP: The Commonplace and the Exceptional (no deadline noted; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, April 3, 2002 - 8:18pm
nasty.cx submissions

nasty (http://www.nasty.cx) has two calls for submissions out this issue.
The first call for submissions is, as usual, for written work:

>From trauma narratives, to magic realism or even the adult topics of
juvenilia, in this issue of nasty, we would like to address narratives which
weave together and/or blur the lines between the common place and the
exceptional.

Submissions should be in MS Word format, and emailed to
submissions_at_nasty.cx, attention Kirsten C. Uszkalo. For more information on
our submission guidelines, please visit http://nasty.cx/submissions.html.

CFP: Teaching the Novel & Short Fiction (no deadline noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, April 3, 2002 - 8:18pm
Lew Kamm

This message is being cross-listed; please excuse duplication.

The Summer 2003 issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly will be devoted
to “Teaching the Novel and Short Fiction.” If you are interested in the
possibility of submitting an article for consideration, the following URLs
provide complete details:

http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/summ03.htm

OR

http://www.higher-ed.org/AEQ/summ03.htm

Thanks for considering AEQ.
Lew Kamm
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

CFP: Academic Exchange Quarterly: Teaching and Pedagogy (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, April 3, 2002 - 8:18pm
Ben Varner

Colleagues--

I am Acting Chief Editor of Academic Exchange Quarterly, one of the
fastest-growing peer-reviewed journals in the country:

http://www.rapidintellect.com/AEQweb

Our readership has grown to over 23,000, and our articles can also
be read on Gale's Expanded Academic Infotrac. Those colleges and
universities from developing countries may read our journal online.

We need article submissions on any topic focusing on teaching and
pedagogical issues, especially those dealing with writing and literature.
Our readership consists of teachers from K-16 into graduate school.

CFP: Chinese America: History and Perspectives (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, March 27, 2002 - 7:39pm
hmlai_at_sfsu.edu

CALL FOR PAPERS
Chinese America: History and Perspectives
Founded by Chinese American studies pioneer, Him Mark
Lai, Chinese America is the only journal dedicated to
the publication of articles and primary source
materials concerning the history of Chinese in the
Americas. Specialists in the study of Chinese
migration and settlement from all disciplinary
approaches are encouraged to submit original articles
for publication.
Past contributors include leading scholars such as
Wang Gungwu, Him Mark Lai, Ron Takaki, Sucheng Chan,
Judy Yung along with the work of up-and-coming junior
scholars and historically-minded community leaders.
Chinese America is published annually through the

CFP: Teaching and Learning on the Web (no deadline noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2002 - 9:34pm
Michael Lorenzen

Call for Papers - Teaching and Learning on the Web

This message is being cross-posted; please excuse duplication.

The Spring 2003 issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly will be devoted to
teaching and learning on the web. The following provides complete details:

http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/spri03.htm OR
http://www.higher-ed.org/AEQ/spri03.htm

The print journal of AEQ has over 23,000 readers, and the electronic
version, available free world-wide, has hundreds of thousands of potential
readers as it is available from Gale's InfoTrac Expanded Academic Index.

Thanks for considering AEQ.

CFP: D. H. Lawrence Revisited series (various deadlines; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2002 - 9:34pm
Philippe Romanski

Following the publication of the first volume of the D. H. Lawrence
Revisited series (A Black and White Kaleidoscope Tossed at Random : Essays
on D. H. Lawrence's Women in Love. Eds. J.-P. Pichardie and Ph. Romanski.
Rouen : Publication de l'université de Rouen, 2002), we now invite papers
for 4 forthcoming titles.

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1. "But letters are no good": Essays on D. H. Lawrence's Letters

CFP: The Red Critique: Marxist Critiques of the Contemporary (no deadline noted; e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2002 - 9:34pm
Editors_at_redcritique.org

The second issue of The Red Critique, an online Marxist journal of
analysis of the contemporary, is now available at:
http://www.redcritique.org.

Kimberly DeFazio, "Urban Post-Theory, Class and The City"

Julie Torrant, "Family, Capital and the Left Now"

Ranganayakamma, "Are Marxian categories adequate to understand
'Gender' and 'Caste' questions?"

Jennifer Cotter, "The Guardian of Profit"

Rob Wilkie, "'Destiny' is the Articulation of Class Power"

We invite classical Marxist critiques of the contemporary for our next
issue. Please see submissions guidelines on our website.

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