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CFP: Medieval Rhetoric (4/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 11, 2003 - 11:36am
Frank Smith

>
> Call for Papers for an essay collection on the arts of
> medieval rhetoric. Papers are invited on any aspect of
> medieval rhetoric as it relates to the theory and
> practice of writing and oratory from 400 to1400 AD.
> Papers may address the following topics: the place of
> rhetoric in both university and non-university
> educational curricula; discoveries of unfamiliar
> rhetoricians or new perspectives on known figures;

CFP: Cultural Studies: Yale Journal of Student Anthropology (undergrad & grad) (5/1/03; journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 11, 2003 - 11:20am
Jennifer Staple

Call For Papers: Yale Journal of Student Anthropology

Attention: Undergraduate and Graduate Students

The Yale Journal of Student Anthropology invites essays written by
undergraduate and graduate students regarding cultural, linguistic, and
physical anthropology, and archaeology. Interdisciplinary papers from other
fields that focus on a sociocultural topic are also welcome. Submissions
may include papers written for classes or independently, as well as book
reviews and other scholarly work. The Journal is published as both a print
edition and an online edition.

Please send your submission to both Jennifer.Staple_at_yale.edu and
Sheila.Nightingale_at_yale.edu by May 1, 2003.

CFP: Narrative & Journalism (6/1/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 11, 2003 - 11:19am
Terry Lee

ESSAYó"Dangerous Writing"
   "Points of Entry: Cross-Currents in Storytelling," an annual
scholarly/professional journal of literary journalism, creative
nonfiction, oral tradition and essay by academics and working
journalists, is accepting submissions for its second issue. We have a
special interest in the "dangerous writing" theme for this issue.
    Essays of 1,000-5,000 words should examine connections between
journalism education and/or practice and storytelling in fiction and/or
oral tradition. How can forms of narrative (narrative strategies, point
of view, structure, dialogue, etc.) inform contemporary journalistic
practice, from reporting and interviewing to writing and editing stories

UPDATE: Mary Manley (6/1/03; collection)

updated: 
Monday, March 10, 2003 - 6:52am
joni goddard

Update: the deadline has been extended to June 1st 2003.

Call for Contributors for a forthcoming text entitled:
‘Scandalosissima Scoundrelia:’ A Collection of Critical Essays on Mary
Delarivier Manley

Edited by Joni Goddard, Mills College, Oakland CA

CFP: Literary Murderesses (9/1/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, March 10, 2003 - 6:46am
Gina Barreca

                        
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CFP: Disabilities and LGBTQ Youth (11/1/03; journal)

updated: 
Monday, March 10, 2003 - 6:44am
Margaret Breen

CALL FOR ARTICLES
Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education:
An International Quarterly Devoted to Research, Policy, and Practice

Special Feature Section on

Intersections between Disabilities and
LGBTQ Youth and Schools

CFP: Monuments (4/22/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, March 10, 2003 - 6:38am
Nicole Frey

"Monuments"
Submissions are now sought for the eleventh issue of Variations, the journal=
 of literature of the University of Zurich, to appear in winter 2003.

Number 11 of Variations (Winter 2003) will focus on the topic of
monuments and, more generally, on the issue of the monumental. The
following questions are at the core of our interest:

- To what extent can a literary text be regarded as a monument and
thus as a memorial? What are the formal, textual and stylistic
characteristics of the monumental text (e.g. Proust's work considered
as a cathedral or Moby Dick as a monument of a nation)? Or is it
instead the recipient who characterizes the text as monumental?

CFP: The CEA Critic (journal)

updated: 
Saturday, March 8, 2003 - 7:47am
Daniel Robinson

The CEA Critic--the official journal of the College English
Association--invites scholarly articles that focus on texts--fiction,
nonfiction, poetry, drama, film, television--that college English
teachers use in the literaturare or composition classroom and articles
that apply critical approaches to what and how we teach. Articles that
apply close readings of literary texts are particularly welcome.

Accepted manuscripts of 15-25 typed pages--in MLA style--will be edited
to conform to house style. The College English Association holds the
copyright to all articles accepted and published
in The CEA Critic.

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