Call for Submissions
_Iconomania: studies in visual culture_
journals and collections of essays
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_Space & Culture_
- the journal
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REVIEW OF LAW AND WOMEN'S STUDIES
> The Southern California Review of Law and Women's Studies (RLAWS)
>invites all authors to submit for publication papers on all topics
>relating to women and the law. RLAWS is a legal journal that emphasizes
>feminist jurisprudence but also seeks to reach across disciplines to
>examine the many subjects and concerns that illuminate the complex
CALL FOR PAPERS
_JEAN RHYS REVIEW_
The _Jean Rhys Review_ invites submissions of critical articles, and
comparative and biographical studies relating to any aspect of Rhys's life
and work. We also welcome book reviews, creative responses (such as
poetry), notes, queries, and pertinent announcements of colloquia or
research-in-progress. We are particularly interested in articles that
examine Jean Rhys's work in relation to that of her contemporaries, and to
the context of the literary climate in which she wrote. Articles may be
written in English or in French.
The Early America Review, an historical journal focusing on 18th century
America-- its people, issues and events-- is a new publication on the
World Wide Web. The Review is being published as a quarterly. The Summer
1996 edition is now online.
Its URL: http://earlyamerica.com/review/
The editor is interested in adademic papers, book reviews, commentaries,
stories, and texts of speeches re this period. There is no prohibition
against writings that have been previously published.
If you have any questions or are interested in submitting your manuscript,
please e-mail me.
This is to announce a new web site I have developed for on-line
references and resources related to electronic masters theses
and doctoral dissertations (ETDs) in the humanities, including a
directory of such work currently in progress:
The first issue of *Romanticism On the Net* - an electronic journal
entirely devoted to Romantic Studies - is now available. *Romanticism On
the Net* is an international quarterly academic journal.
Table of Contents of *Romanticism On the Net* Issue 1 (February 1996):
- Kris Steyaert (University College London): 'Poetry as Enforcement:
Conquering the Muse in Keats's "Ode to Psyche"'
- David S. Miall (University of Alberta): 'Electronic Romanticism: The CD'
- Joel Pace (Blackfriars, Oxford): 'Emotion and Cognition in *The Prelude*'
- Bruce Graver (Providence College): 'Duncan Wu's *Wordsworth's Reading:
1770-1799*: A Supplementary List with Corrections'
>ANNOUNCING THE NEW JOURNAL OF GAY, LESBIAN, AND BISEXUAL IDENTITY
>The JOURNAL OF GAY, LESBIAN, AND BISEXUAL IDENTITY is a new progressive,
>interdisciplinary quarterly devoted to the exchange of the latest
>knowledge and ideas of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender life. It
>presents original peer-reviewed scholarly articles, clinical studies,
>research reports, interviews, "roundtable discussions," personal essays,
The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, an electronic journal
established in 1989, is issuing a call for papers on scholarly
electronic publishing activities on the Internet. The journal
has published a number of papers on this topic in the past, and
the editors are interested in exploring contemporary e-publishing
projects and perspectives.
Potential topics of interest include:
o State-of-the-art overviews of the e-publishing of
books, journals, preprints, and other materials.
**CALL FOR PAPERS**
The first issue of Renaissance Forum, a new electronic journal of
early-modern literary and historical studies, will appear in March
1996. It is edited from the University of Hull by Glenn Burgess
(History) and Robin Headlam Wells (English). The journal will be
available on the World Wide Web.