2005 ALJ: IRCALC Calls for Papers on Eco-Criticism of Literature in Africa
science and culture
Call for Papers:
Ecosee: Image, Rhetoric, and Nature
Foundation Science Fiction Essay Prize
Essay submissions are invited for the annual Foundation Essay Prize.
Authors must be graduate students at the time of submission. The essay,
which must be in English, should be between 5000 and 8000 words long and
may be on any aspect of science fiction.
The judges for 2005 are:
Brian Attebery (Idaho State University)
Graham Joyce (World Fantasy Award winner)
Dianne Newell (University of British Columbia)
The deadline for submissions is May 31 2005.
Please send your submissions to Michelle Reid in Word format, at
Science Fiction: one universe?
Edited by Nick Heffernan and Lorna Jowett.
*Deadline now extended to 19 January 2005.
Having received preliminary interest from a publisher, we invite chapter
proposals or already completed essays for a collection focusing on the range
of different media within science fiction (film, television, literature,
comics/ graphic novels, computer games).
The editors of Phoebe: A Journal of Gender and Cultural Critiques seek
essays for a special issue on gender and sexuality in science-fiction
and the fantastic.
Deadline: If interested, please send a 300 word abstract by February 18,
2005 to the guest editor for this issue, Dr. Cherilyn Lacy, at
lacyc_at_hartwick.edu <mailto:lacyc_at_hartwick.edu>. The deadline for
completed essays will be May 6, 2005.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Issue of Literature and Medicine
Health and Human Rights
Volume 25, Number 1
Issue Editor: Priscilla Wald
Green Letters 7: The Future of Ecocriticism
deadline for submissions: 1 February 2005
Green Letters, the journal of ASLE-UK (the Association for the Study of
Literature and the Environment), explores interdisciplinary interfaces
between humans and the natural and built environment. Articles are invited
for our spring 2005 edition focusing on 'ecocriticism'.
Call for Papers: Playing with Mother Nature: Video Games, Space, and
Editors Sidney I. Dobrin, Cathlena Martin, and Laurie Taylor seek
proposals for a new collection of original articles that address the use
and place of space and ecology in video games. This collection will
examine video games in terms of the spaces they create and use, the
metaphors of space on which they rely, and the ecologies that they create
within those spaces. This collection will address the significant
intersections in terms of how and why video games construct space and
ecology as they do, and in terms of how those constructions shape
conceptions of both space and ecology.