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CFP: Walden (10/1/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, January 31, 2003 - 5:50pm
schneider

Call for Papers

In 2004 we will be celebrating the sesquicentennial of the
publication of Henry David Thoreau's Walden. To celebrate that
anniversary the 2004 issue of The Concord Saunterer will be a special
issue devoted to

Walden, the book,
and
Walden Pond, the place.

The editor of The Concord Saunterer invites papers for possible
publication in this issue on a variety of related topics, such as

=85 the literary significance of Walden
=85 structures and themes in Walden
=85 readers' responses to Walden
=85 the history of Walden Pond and the Walden Woods
=85 the ecology of Walden Pond and the Walden Woods

CFP: Women of Color Respond to Violence (8/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 10:01pm
Maria Ochoa

Call for Contributors: Seeking 500 - 600 word proposals for essays in an
anthology tentatively titled Resistance and Rage: Women of Color Respond
to Violence. This constellation of work seeks to explore topics such as
the dialectical approaches to the relationship among individual action,
selfhood and collective identity; womenís rights and feminist struggle
as articulated by women of color; traditions of resistance; legal
discursive formulations of rape and self-defense as applied to cases
involving women of color. Essays that expressly address the cases of
Inez Garcia, Joann Little, Yvonne Wanrow, Dessie Woods are encouraged.
Persons invited to submit completed essays will be asked to meet an

UPDATE: Writing Macao: Teaching, Creative Writing, Non-Native Contexts (3/1/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:57pm
kitkelen_at_umac.mo

Writing Macao:
creative text and teaching

Submissions are now sought for the first number of Writing Macao:creative
text and teaching, to appear in June of 2003. Contributions are
particularly sought in the area of theory and practice relating to the
teaching of creative writing in English in non-native contexts. The
deadline for papers is extended to 1st March, 2003. Submissions of creative
work towards future issues will also now be accepted.

CFP: Gender and Dis-ease in the Francophone Diaspora (3/10/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:52pm
Enrique Morales-Diaz

Call For Papers
Phoebe: Journal of Feminist Scholarship

Editors seek additional essays for an issue on Gender and Dis-ease in the
Francophone Diaspora.

Deadline: 10 March 2003 (for completed essays)
If interested, please send a 300 word abstract ASAP to the editors at
phoebe_at_oneonta.edu <mailto:phoebe_at_oneonta.edu>

Topics include but are not limited to:
-Gender / Sexuality / Identity
-Dis-ease (physical/mental maladies, discomfort and resistance, stress)
-Comparative cultural analysis
-English-language “representations” of Francophone literatures and cultures

The editors are open to considering a wide variety of essay from
cross-disciplinary perspectives.

CFP: Scribbling Women: The Form of the Short Story, 1850-present (3/1/03; collection)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:49pm
Ellen Harrington

The Society for the Study of the Short Story is currently accepting
submissions for a collection, SCRIBBLING WOMEN: THE FORM OF THE SHORT
STORY, focusing on women writers of the short story in Britain and
America from 1850 to the present. Submissions should address genre as
well as historical context. New approaches and lesser-known subjects
are welcome.

Submissions should be no more than 5000 words and should follow the MLA
Style Sheet. Please submit essays in an MS Word-format attachment to
The Society for the Study of the Short Story at s4mail_at_aol.com by March
1, 2003.

CFP: Agora: All Humanities Topics (grad) (e-journal)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:48pm
James Gifford

CFP: open issues, 2.2 and after

Agora, (ISSN 1496-9580; <http://www.arts.ualberta.ca/agora/>) is an
internationally refereed online graduate journal that provides a public
forum for dialogue and debate about literary criticism and pedagogy. Agora
welcomes submissions in electronic and/or multimedia formats (i.e. images,
audio files, etc) that examine issues or media in the Humanities,
literature, literary culture, and the history of communication from the
eighteenth century to present-day. Submissions on the teaching in the
Humanities and scholarly research that use a multimedia format in its
exposition are especially welcome.

CFP: j_spot: Violence and Social Theory (5/15/03; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:45pm
M. Michael Schiff

j_spot the Journal of Social and Political Thought
http://www.yorku.ca/jspot

*Call for submissions* for Vol. II, No. 2 . j_spot invites submissions for
"Violent Ends | Violence Ends." Deadline: May 15, 2003.
http://www.yorku.ca/jspot/cfs.htm

Call for Submissions for "Violent Ends | Violence Ends"
for an issue of j_spot the Journal of Social and Political Thought
j_spot_at_yorku.ca

CFP: AIDS and Cinema (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:45pm
A.Moor

CFP: essay on Aids and Cinema -for forthcoming volume of essays on Medicine and
Cinema.

The editors of a volume of essays on Medicine and cinema are seeking an
original and quality piece on AIDS and cinema. Anyone interested in submitting
such a piece for consideration should write, with a precis and a cv, to Dr
Andrew Moor, Lecturer in Film, Univ. of Wales, Bangor on els604_at_bangor.ac.uk

CFP: New Writing: Practice and Theory of Creative Writing (7/1/03; journal)

updated: 
Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:45pm
G.E.Harper

New Writing: International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing

Special Issue (October 2003, copy deadline July 2003)
Future Issues

This exciting new international creative writing journal, to be published by MLM
(UK/USA), is being launched with a Special Issue in October 2003.

Peer Review board members include Paul Muldoon (Princeton), Jon Cook
(East Anglia), Peter Ho Davies (Michigan), Rob Pope (Oxford Brookes), Liam
Browne (Brighton Literary Festival) and so on . . .

The Editors are Graeme Harper (University of Wales, Bangor) and Richard Kerridge
(Bath Spa University College), both of the UK Centre for Creative Writing
Research Through Practice.

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