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CFP: Near East Review (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, December 11, 2001 - 8:43pm
fountam_at_Bilkent.EDU.TR

NEAR EAST REVIEW -- A Journal of International Poetry & Literature

UPDATE: Black Diaspora Drama Biographies (no deadline noted; database)

updated: 
Saturday, October 20, 2001 - 5:14pm
Jeremy Caleb Johnson

(This announcement updates a prior announcement; 80+ authors still
available.)

Biographical Entries Sought: Black Diaspora Drama

Alexander Street Press seeks short biographical entries for inclusion in its
BLACK DRAMA database.

Alexander Street Press--an electronic publishing firm noted for its Civil
War Letters and Diaries and for North American Women’s Letters and
Diaries--is publishing a full-text searchable database titled BLACK DRAMA.
Integrating rare, hard-to-find plays and popular, widely-produced plays by
Blacks and about Blacks, BLACK DRAMA encompasses the work of playwrights
from the U.K., the Caribbean, the U.S. and Canada, and Anglophone Africa.

CFP: Caribbean Educational Research Journal (journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, October 10, 2001 - 9:41pm
Amini, Dr. Majid

                            Call for Papers

               The Caribbean Educational Research Journal

The Caribbean Educational Research Journal (CERJ) is a fully refereed
journal being published twice annually, in April and September, by the
School of Education at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill
Campus, Barbados.

CERJ is dedicated to building an expanding base for advancing
educational research, practice and policy in the Caribbean.

CFP: Black Diaspora Drama Biographies (no deadline noted; database)

updated: 
Friday, September 14, 2001 - 9:40pm
Jeremy Caleb Johnson

Biographical Entries Sought: Black Diaspora Drama

Alexander Street Press seeks short biographical entries for inclusion in its
BLACK DRAMA database.

Alexander Street Press—an electronic publishing firm noted for its Civil War
Letters and Diaries and for North American Women’s Letters and Diaries—is
publishing a full-text searchable database titled BLACK DRAMA. Integrating
rare, hard-to-find plays and popular, widely-produced plays by Blacks and
about Blacks, BLACK DRAMA encompasses the work of playwrights from the U.K.,
the Caribbean, the U.S. and Canada, and Anglophone Africa.

CFP: Britishness and Cultural Studies (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, March 6, 2001 - 8:01pm
Kris Knauer

Call for Contributions

We are currently planning to re-edit and republish Britishness and =
Cultural Studies: Continuity and Change in Narrating the Nation in =
England after a successful 'debut' in Poland (eds Knauer and Murray, =
Katowice: Slask, 2000). We are looking for more focus on British =
popular culture and media as well as Asian/Indian Culture in Britain, =
esp that what the anthology explores is a dialogic approach to both =
Britishness and to cultural studies.

If you are interested in having your essay included and/or identify =
another 'gap' and wish to contribute, please contact me at =
knauer_at_euphony.net or editor_at_write-on-line.co.uk

CFP: Postcolonial Studies (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 27, 2000 - 10:58pm
Barnett, Stuart (English)

The Connecticut Review is soliciting articles that either address the
notion of postcolonial studies theoretically or that address issues in
postcolonial studies by means of readings of cultural artifacts.

Send two copies in MLA style to:

Vivian Shipley
English Department
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven CT 06515

UPDATE: Issues in English Studies in Southern Africa (no deadline noted; journal)

updated: 
Monday, July 3, 2000 - 9:37pm
L De Kock

This CFP, almost identical to one sent earlier, is has been slightly
edited to make it more user-friendly for US scholars. The changes occur in
the final sentence under category 1 below and in the penultinmate
paragraph overall.

CALL FOR PAPERS

*scrutiny2: issues in english studies in southern africa* wishes to invite
papers on the following topics for its forthcoming issues:

1. The end of theory?

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