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CFP: Romantic Border Crossings (6/1/04; no conf. dates noted)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
Jeffrey Cass

The International Conference on Romanticism announces its call for papers
for its 2004 Conference in Laredo, TX. The theme of the Conference is
Romantic Border Crossings, evoking a broad range of issues raised by the
concept of 'borders,' the often fuzzy boundary conditions that permeate all
areas of Romantic studies. Papers may focus upon colonialism, European and
American Orientalism, traveling theory, travel and imperialism, Romantic
geography, topographies, cartographies, international romanticisms, the
economies and contours of male desire, theoretical transitions in British
and American Romanticism, the borders between science and literature, the

CFP: Migration, Memory, and the Construction of the Self (1/15/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 4:07am
afshin hafizi

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - The Transdisciplinary Journal of Emergence

SDA Bocconi Business School (Milan, Italy) announces the forthcoming online
publication of the second issue of "The transdisciplinary journal of
emergence" (www.sdabocconi.it). TJE is an English-language on-line journal
that will be published semi-annually starting from September 2003. We are
seeking contributions for the second (Spring 2004) issue, to be sent by
January 15th, 2004.

The Theme of the second issue is: Migration, Memory, and the Construction of
the Self in Post-Industrial Societies.

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

updated: 
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: Writing Travel (book series)

updated: 
Thursday, May 22, 2003 - 5:20am
mosk463_at_aol.com

 Parlor Press announces a new series, "Writing Travel." We seek manuscripts
related to the new field of travel studies. Proposals for any of the
following are welcome:

CFP: Exploration and Adventure in the 19th Century American West (1/15/04; journal)

updated: 
Monday, October 28, 2002 - 5:22pm
theresa defrancis

ATQ
Special Issue

Exploration and Adventure in the 19th Century American West

ATQ announces a special issue for 2004 on exploration and adventure in the
nineteenth-century American West. This issue seeks to expand studies of
exploration and adventure in the American West in light of recent
developments in literary and cultural studies. This issue encourages
considerations of well-known and less well-known explorations and
adventures in the West.

Articles might engage questions such as:

How might a study of exploration and adventure help us to reconsider
relatively monolithic conceptions of the West as it relates to
masculinity, femininity, race, and ethnicity?

CFP: Travel Writing (journal)

updated: 
Saturday, November 20, 1999 - 9:41pm
BerghahnKT_at_aol.com

NEW: FIRST ISSUE PUBLISHED SPRING 2000
JOURNEYS: International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing
Editorial Board: John Eade (Roehampton Institute, London), Garry R. Marvin
(Roehampton Institute, London), Robert C. Davis (University of Ohio), and
Maria Pia Di Bella (CNRS, Paris).

ARTICLES TO BE INCLUDED IN THE FIRST ISSUE INCLUDE:
Travel Writing as a Genre: Facts, Fictions and the Invention of Scientific
Discourse in Early Modern Europe - Joan Pau Rubies

The Adventures of Miss Brown, Miss Jones and Miss Robinson: Touristic Writing
and Tourist Performance, 1860-1914 - Jill Steward

Idleness in South Africa Re-visited: Ethnographic Methods and 'Hottentot'
Travel Accounts - Norman Buchignani

CFP: Travel Writing (no deadline noted; book series)

updated: 
Monday, November 8, 1999 - 10:40pm
Kristi Siegel

New Book Series:
                 Travel Writing Across the Disciplines: Theory and Pedagogy
                 General Editor, Dr. Kristi Siegel
                 Assistant Professor
                 English Department
                 Mount Mary College
                 2900 North Menomonee River Parkway
                 Milwaukee, WI 53222
                 (414) 258-4810, ext. 464
                 siegelkr_at_mtmary.edu or kristisiegel_at_hotmail.com

                 Call for single-authored book-length studies and
multi-authored essay collections on the theory and/or pedagogy of travel
writing.

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