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CFP: Bollywood Audiences (7/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Sam Jay

Call for Papers

Special Issue of "South Asian Popular Culture"

Bollywood Audiences (Fall/October 2005)

Special Issue Co-editors: Jigna Desai (University of
Minnesota), Rajinder Dudrah (University of
Manchester), and Amit Rai (Florida State University). 

“The sense of belonging that Bollywood films foster -
the sheer sense of security and shared joy, … the
commonality of experience despite the geographical
separation of so many thousands of miles - is second
to none. It works more because Bollywood is one of the
things that bind us together as Indians, never mind
where we live.”

Soumya Bhattacharya (Hindustan Times 1/25/03) 

CFP: Bollywood Audiences (7/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Sam Jay

Call for Papers

Special Issue of "South Asian Popular Culture"

Bollywood Audiences (Fall/October 2005)

Special Issue Co-editors: Jigna Desai (University of
Minnesota), Rajinder Dudrah (University of
Manchester), and Amit Rai (Florida State University). 

“The sense of belonging that Bollywood films foster -
the sheer sense of security and shared joy, … the
commonality of experience despite the geographical
separation of so many thousands of miles - is second
to none. It works more because Bollywood is one of the
things that bind us together as Indians, never mind
where we live.”

Soumya Bhattacharya (Hindustan Times 1/25/03) 

CFP: Bollywood Audiences (7/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Sam Jay

Call for Papers

Special Issue of "South Asian Popular Culture"

Bollywood Audiences (Fall/October 2005)

Special Issue Co-editors: Jigna Desai (University of
Minnesota), Rajinder Dudrah (University of
Manchester), and Amit Rai (Florida State University). 

“The sense of belonging that Bollywood films foster -
the sheer sense of security and shared joy, … the
commonality of experience despite the geographical
separation of so many thousands of miles - is second
to none. It works more because Bollywood is one of the
things that bind us together as Indians, never mind
where we live.”

Soumya Bhattacharya (Hindustan Times 1/25/03) 

CFP: Postfeminist Gothic (3/22/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Stephanie Genz {PG}

Call for Papers

Postfeminist Gothic

Papers are invited on the theme of Postfeminist Gothic for a proposed
special edition of the 'Gothic Studies Journal' (Manchester University
Press).

CFP: Postfeminist Gothic (3/22/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Stephanie Genz {PG}

Call for Papers

Postfeminist Gothic

Papers are invited on the theme of Postfeminist Gothic for a proposed
special edition of the 'Gothic Studies Journal' (Manchester University
Press).

CFP: Native American Writing Systems and (Counter)Discourses of Identity (1/10/04; conference dates not noted)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Penelope Kelsey

Native American Writing Systems and (Counter)Discourses of Identity

This session will consider the role of Native American writing systems
and recordkeeping before contact and in post-contact literatures.
Especially welcomed are papers that consider how indigenous literacies
are informed by different worldviews than Eurowestern literacies, how
Native writing is conceived of as a socially-constituted act, and how
early tribal writers invoke and deploy these methods of record as unique
rhetorical strategies. Please send an abstract and one-page vita to
pmkgsl_at_rit.edu by January 10.

CFP: Native American Writing Systems and (Counter)Discourses of Identity (1/10/04; conference dates not noted)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Penelope Kelsey

Native American Writing Systems and (Counter)Discourses of Identity

This session will consider the role of Native American writing systems
and recordkeeping before contact and in post-contact literatures.
Especially welcomed are papers that consider how indigenous literacies
are informed by different worldviews than Eurowestern literacies, how
Native writing is conceived of as a socially-constituted act, and how
early tribal writers invoke and deploy these methods of record as unique
rhetorical strategies. Please send an abstract and one-page vita to
pmkgsl_at_rit.edu by January 10.

CFP: Native American Writing Systems and (Counter)Discourses of Identity (1/10/04; conference dates not noted)

updated: 
Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 12:14am
Penelope Kelsey

Native American Writing Systems and (Counter)Discourses of Identity

This session will consider the role of Native American writing systems
and recordkeeping before contact and in post-contact literatures.
Especially welcomed are papers that consider how indigenous literacies
are informed by different worldviews than Eurowestern literacies, how
Native writing is conceived of as a socially-constituted act, and how
early tribal writers invoke and deploy these methods of record as unique
rhetorical strategies. Please send an abstract and one-page vita to
pmkgsl_at_rit.edu by January 10.