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CFP: Africa in India, India in Africa (5/15/04 & 8/30/04; collection)

Friday, March 19, 2004 - 5:52am
John Hawley

"Africa in India, India in Africa." Among the topics to be addressed
in this collection of essays will be the following: The Siddhis of
Gujarat, and contemporary interaction between African nations and south
Asia; The two waves of Indians to Africa; subsequent migration from and
within Africa in the 20th century; West Indian migration to Britain and
interaction with African immigrants in Britain; West Indian migration to
the US, and interaction with African Americans; Self-representations and
objectification by others in film, fiction, drama, etc.; Political and
economic interaction among local and immigrant communities. On a
broader theoretical plane, this collection of essays seeks 1) to address

UPDATE: Derrida's Indian Philosophical Subtext (3/31/04; collection)

Friday, March 12, 2004 - 6:16am
Willam Haney

CFP: Derrida's Indian Philosophical Subtext (Collection)

The deadline for submission has been extended to 31 March 2004.


Papers are invited for a special issue (August 2004) of the online, =
peer-reviewed journal _Consciousness, Literature and the Arts_ on =
Derrida's Indian philosophical subtext:

CFP: Postcolonial Theatre in Britain (3/15/04; collection)

Wednesday, March 3, 2004 - 1:37am

 POSTCOLONIAL THEATRE/ DRAMA IN BRITAIN(Call for chapters; book; 15 March

Breaking the Bounds II: Postcolonial British Stages
Post war it was class which broke the bounds of the British stage; in the 60s
and after it was gender. Increasingly it is the theatre of the Other which is
seen as interesting. This critical anthology aims to publish essays on
postcolonial theatre in Britain. Essays are invited which critically analyze and
evaluate twentieth century British Black and Asian drama. Abstracts of 500 words
and a short biography of the author are invited by 15 March 2004. Abstracts by
email only. Please do not send attachments.

CFP: Thinking Classroom (journal)

Monday, February 23, 2004 - 3:18am
Beverly Michaels

Thinking Classroom (also published in Russian as Peremena) is seeking manuscripts that offer a global perspective and focus on active inquiry, student-centered learning, and critical thinking. The editors of this quarterly journal for educators are especially interested in the experience of practicing teachers and teacher educators around the world.

The editors invite you to tell us about
* How writing can promote critical thinking
* How you encourage thoughtful writing
* Changes in your society that affect the way you teach
* Your teaching or learning experiences in different countries
* An educational theory that affected your classroom practices
* How you help students develop a global perspective