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CFP: Migration Within and Out of South Asia in the 20th C. (12/30/03; collection)

Friday, August 29, 2003 - 3:15pm
Debali Mookerjea-Leonard

Call for Papers

Articles are invited for a forthcoming anthology of writings on
‘migration’ within and out of South Asia in the 20th century.

The volume, tentatively titled "To Cities, Countries, Continents," will be
divided into three thematic sections. The first will focus on texts that
portray migration of rural populations to colonial and postcolonial urban
centers. The focus of the second section will be on texts that address the
migrations across national borders in 1947, 1971 and later. The third
section will analyze texts on the migrational experience of expatriate
South Asians (including indentured laborers) in Africa, Europe and the

CFP: Journal of Postcolonial Studies (journal)

Friday, August 29, 2003 - 2:51pm
Nicola Nixon

Postcolonial Studies welcomes original and challenging contributions
from all over the world, informed by a variety of theoretical
perspectives, including postmodernism, marxism, feminism and queer
theory. Its aim is to generate a productive dialogue and exchange
between theorists and writers in disparate locations. All work submitted
will be refereed by a range of international readers and editors. In
addition to longer 7000 and 9000 word papers, we welcome photographic
essays, review articles and collaborative essays.

Submissions will be accepted by email as an attachment in Word 6.0 or
later program to: Nicola Nixon (

CFP: Utopian Passports: Travel, Immigration, and Diaspora in Latin America (1/31/04; journal issue)

Friday, August 22, 2003 - 7:31pm
Jennifer Valko

Published annually by graduate students of the University of California
Davis, under the auspices of the Hemispheric Institute on the Americas,
_Brújula: revista interdisciplinaria sobre estudios latinoamericanos_ is
an interdisciplinary journal with a focus on Latin American literary
studies. This journal seeks to foster a dialogue between established
academics and a new generation of scholars, while including original
essays from a variety of fields such as anthropology, history, art,
music, linguistics, comparative literature, sociology, and native
American studies. With each issue, _Brújula_ intends to highlight a theme
of relevance in current debates and to create a forum that explores

CFP: Safundi: Comparative US - South African Studies (9/7/03; journal issue)

Friday, August 22, 2003 - 7:31pm
Andrew Offenburger

Safundi, The Journal of South African and American Comparative Studies,
encourages any scholar or professional to submit a paper for
publication. Papers are being collected for publication in Issue 12
(October 2003).

DUE DATE: September 7, 2003

SUGGESTED TOPICS: Any topic dealing with South African and American
comparative studies: politics, sociology, biology, law, economics, art,
music, letters, history, etc. Essays and personal experience pieces are
also welcomed.

CFP: The Cultures of New World Order: Writing, Theory, Reading since 1991 (10/15/03; collection)

Friday, July 25, 2003 - 12:15am
Pablo Mukherjee

        The editors of a proposed volume of collected essays titled 'The
Cultures of New World Order: Writing, Reading, Theory since 1991'invite
submissions of abstracts for essays between 6-8,000 words. The
abstracts themselves need not be more than 500 words.
        The volume of literature on globalisation has reached near
epidemic proportions, the analysis of one of its key elements - what the
U.S. president George Bush snr. called a 'new world order' in his 1991
State of Union Address - is also gathering pace. These critical efforts
have received a fresh boost by events such as Al-Quaida's September 11
attacks on New York, and the subsequent US-led invasions of Afghanistan

CFP: "The Black Atlantic" (10/1/03; journal issue)

Friday, July 25, 2003 - 12:13am

Call for Papers

Special issue of Current Writing on Paul Gilroy and 'The Black Atlantic:
Modernity and double consciousness'

The publication of Paul Gilroy's 'The Black Atlantic: Modernity and double
consciousness' ten years ago made a major contribution to the reconfiguration
of the study of black literatures and cultures. Since then several scholars
have engaged with the ways in which the Atlantic divides and connects Africa,
Europe, and the Americas; with notions of black modernity; and with the
intricacies of double consciousness.

CFP: Imposture, Hoaxes, and Identity Conflicts in Australian Literature (1/30/04; journal issue)

Friday, July 25, 2003 - 12:09am
Marguerite Nolan

Australian Literary Studies
Editor: Leigh Dale

                              Call for Papers
 Special Issue on Imposture, Hoaxes, and Identity Conflicts in Australian

               Edited by Marguerite Nolan and Carrie Dawson

CFP: English Studies Forum (no deadline; e-journal)

Saturday, July 19, 2003 - 5:51pm
Strecker, Trey

The electronic English Studies Forum publishes innovative critical and creative writing. ESF currently seeks submissions for sites on the following topics:

* "Image, Story, and Conversation" explores the idea that we imagine our world in archtypal patterns, three of which are image, story, and conversation.
* "The Postmodern Imagination and Beyond" asks "what are we imagining, and how?" This site investigates the postmodern imagination and the postmodern understanding of the nature/role of imagination in contemporary literature and culture. This site will also consider what post-postmodernism might look like.
* "PostColonial Literatures" examines postcolonial literatures and the postcolonial imagination.

CFP: Comparing Literatures through Translation: Theoretical and Practical Challenges (12/31/03; journal)

Thursday, July 10, 2003 - 1:59am
Nick Kontos

CFP: Comparing Literatures through Translation: Theoretical and Practical
Challenges (12/31/03; Gramma: Journal of Theory and Criticism)

Contributions from the following areas are welcome: current translation
theories; comparative literary theory; cultural studies; post-colonial
theory; stylistics; discourse analysis; pragmatics; aesthetics.

Papers should not exceed the length of 5000 words (including footnotes and
bibliography). They should follow the MLA Handbook (5th edition).
Contributions can be submitted in either English or Greek. Papers should be
submitted in double-spaced format (two hard copies and a disk) to the editor
of the issue, Nikos Kontos: