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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 & 6/1/04; journal)

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


Call for papers (3) and contents of 43.1.

Unless specified otherwise, please direct all correspondence regarding =
CTC to: ; apologies for cross-postings.=20

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

CFP: Eighteenth-Century Music (new journal)

Sunday, January 19, 2003 - 6:15pm

Cambridge University Press is pleased to announce a new journal,
Eighteenth-Century Music, edited by Cliff Eisen (King's College London) and
W. Dean Sutcliffe (St Catharine's College, Cambridge). The reviews editor is
Simon Keefe (Queen's University, Belfast). The editorial board and advisory
panel for the journal will be found below.

CFP: Teaching Open-Admission Students (3/1/03; journal issue)

Friday, January 17, 2003 - 10:51pm

The Journal of Teaching Academic Survival Skills (JTASS) is seeking =
articles for its next issue. JTASS is a multi-disciplinary, refereed =
journal that publishes articles focusing on the teaching of =
open-admissions or other types of =93at-risk=94 students=97those who =
might fall between the cracks in colleges and universities without some =
intervention on our part.

CFP: Sound in Film and Visual Media (8/1/03; collection)

Friday, January 17, 2003 - 10:48pm

Continuum Companion to Sound in Film and the Visual Media
             (Continuum publishers)

This international volume, aiming to be published in 2004, seeks
contributions from people with an interest in field.

Some of the areas to be covered might include:

History of sound cinema -- different periods
New Technologies in cinema sound
multimedia and sound
pioneers of sound
adverstising sound
Visual arts and sound
Voice Recording
Tape, CD & DVD
Film Genre and sound

Chapters will likely be in the vicinity of 5,000 -- 10,000 words, depending
on scope of the chapter topic.

CFP: Modernism and Mourning (4/15/03; collection)

Friday, January 17, 2003 - 10:39pm
Patricia Rae

Submissions are invited for a proposed volume of essays on the subject of
=93Modernism and Mourning.=94 The collection will investigate the impact of
the =93work of mourning=94=96or alternatively, of resistance to that =93work=94 (what
Martin Jay has called the =93refusal to mourn=94)--occasioned by the Great War
on modernist literature in the inter-war years. It will concentrate on the
role of mourning (or its =93refusal=94) in producing the decentered or
alienated modernist subject and in shaping the formal features commonly
thought to define literary modernism. It will also consider the
importance of those connections for discussions of the politics of