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

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

CFP: open issues, 2.2 and after

Agora, (ISSN 1496-9580; <>) 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)

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

j_spot the Journal of Social and Political Thought

*Call for submissions* for Vol. II, No. 2 . j_spot invites submissions for
"Violent Ends | Violence Ends." Deadline: May 15, 2003.

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

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

Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:45pm

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

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

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

Monday, January 27, 2003 - 9:45pm

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.

CFP: Writing of the 1930s (10/1/03; journal issue)

Tuesday, January 21, 2003 - 9:17pm

This issue of Working Papers on the Web ( titled The
Thirties Now! will contain an Introduction by the editors (Chris Hopkins and
Mary Grover) which outlines the critical history of the Thirties as a literary
period and field from its formulation during the 1930s until the present. The
issue focusses on how we respond to the writing of the nineteen thirties now.
Scholars of the period are invited to contribute essays responding to one or
more of the following set of related questions:

UPDATE: Academic Exchange Quarterly editors (journal)

Tuesday, January 21, 2003 - 9:17pm
Ben Varner

Call for Editors and Submissions


Academic Exchange Quarterly, one of the fastest-growing
peer-reviewed academic journals in the U.S., is looking
for subject editors who would propose and then oversee
topics of interest to our readers.

If you are interested in joining our editorial staff and
becoming a member of a fine print journal that begins with
a virtual organization, please follow the information in
the link below:

We are also eager to complete our online survey:

CFP: Cultural Studies/Cultural Materialism (6/1/03; journal issue)

Tuesday, January 21, 2003 - 9:17pm
Barnett, Stuart (English)

Connecticut Review seeks articles that explore cultural studies and/or
cultural materialism. Theoretical reflections as well as focused
cultural analyses are welcome. Past contributors include Andrew
Benjamin, Geoffrey Hartman, Carol Jacobs, Alberto Manguel, and Richard
Wilbur. Connecticut Review is the recipient of the CLEJ’s Phoenix
Award for significant editorial achievement and has been selected
several times for the Pushcart Prize and Best American Poetry.
Please format articles according to the MLA style sheet. Send two
copies of work to: Vivian Shipley, Editor, English Department,
Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT 06515.

CFP: Culture, Theory and Critique (6/1/03 &amp; 6/1/04; journal)

Sunday, January 19, 2003 - 6:26pm
Carles Gutierrez-Sanfeliu


Call for papers (3) and contents of 43.1.

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For full details on _Culture, Theory and Critique_, submission =
information, instructions to authors, a free online sample copy and =
contents listings from volume 43 on, please visit the journal's website =

CFP: SELIM Medieval Journal (journal)

Sunday, January 19, 2003 - 6:23pm
Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso

The Journal of the Spanish Society for Medieval English Language and
Literature (SELIM) accepts contributions for its forthcoming issues
-numbers 11 & 12- on any aspect of Medieval English studies. In its new
shape and editorial trend, the journal is eager to receive articles,
notes, review articles and reviews on a wide range of medieval
linguistic and literary topics. Once we have received the contributions,
you may expect a decision from the referees in about eight weeks' time.
Submissions must follow the journal's guidelines as the appear in, and should be sent to