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journals and collections of essays
CFP: Queer Cinema in Europe
Contributions are sought for 'Queer Cinema in Europe', an edited anthology of
critical essays to be published by Intellect Books in 2004. The collection
will explore the varying deployments of lesbian, gay and queer representation
to re-define and deconstruct notions of national identity and culture from
within a unique and diverse European context.
Suggested subjects include:
The Journal of the William Morris Society is planning a special Winter 2003
edition on 'Morris and the Book Arts'. Articles are thus solicited on any
aspect of Morris's relationship to, or influence upon book art and design.
Possible topics might include: Morris and calligraphy; the Kelmscott Press,
specific editions of note of Morris's work; Morris' relationship to other
Victorian book illustrators and designers; the Kelmscott legacy and
influence; other Morris-influenced book illustrators, designers or binders.
I am currently editing a Dictionary of Literary
Biography volume on European Cultural Theorists
(second series), and I have an article available:
Pierre Macherey -- 6,000 words.
The article comes with a small honorarium and a copy
of the volume on completion. Also, please note that
project deadlines are tight -- so kindly make sure you
are committed to finishing the piece before signing
Those familiar with DLB format or who can write for
deadline are encouraged to drop me a line.
Please send a brief cv as email, outlining your
publications, experience, etc.
Look forward to your replies,
Dr. Paul Hansom
Studies in Puritan American Spirituality is an interdisciplinary annual that
focuses on the history and theology of Puritan America; the form that
spirituality was given by the writers, artists, artisans, and composers of
Puritan America; and the influence of Puritan America on later generations.
In the past, this journal has provided a venue not only for articles about
such Puritan figures as Anne Bradstreet, Edward Taylor, John Cotton, Ezra
Ripley, William Billings, Johann Beissel, and others, but has also published
numerous articles about such later figures as Emily Dickinson, Rebecca
Harding Davis, William James, etc. We invite you to submit your article for
Call for Papers
Speculative Black Women: Magic, Fantasy, and the Supernatural
Call for Papers
(n.s. 59-60, Fall 2003)
_the minnesota review_ is planning a special issue "Smart Kids,"
guest-edited by Renny Christopher and seeks essays from "smart kids" who
entered English or other humanities fields as adults. More
specifically, this issue's focus will be the class rise education
represents. Potential contributors might discuss the experience of
working-class academics as presented in literature, contemporary media,
and/or their own lives; address issues of "smart" and how it and/or our
textually-oriented selves are constructed; or, more generally, explore
interconnections between class and education. The deadline for
submissions is 1 April 2003.
The editors of the journal Style would like to announce a call for
papers for a its regular yearly issue on resources in stylistics and