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UPDATE: Postcolonial Text (e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, July 20, 2004 - 5:11am
Ranjini Mendis

UPDATE: Postcolonial Text
An Invitation to Submit

Postcolonial Text Volume 1 No. 2
http://pkp.ubc.ca/pocol/

Postcolonial Text is a refereed, open access journal that invites articles
and reviews, as well as poetry and fiction, on postcolonial,
transnational, and indigenous themes. It is one of a new generation of
electronic journals committed to publishing critical and creative voices
within and across disciplinary boundaries, edited by a team spanning three
continents and backed by a highly regarded international editorial board
representing the best in postcolonial, cultural and literary studies.

UPDATE: Postcolonial Text (e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, July 20, 2004 - 5:11am
Ranjini Mendis

UPDATE: Postcolonial Text
An Invitation to Submit

Postcolonial Text Volume 1 No. 2
http://pkp.ubc.ca/pocol/

Postcolonial Text is a refereed, open access journal that invites articles
and reviews, as well as poetry and fiction, on postcolonial,
transnational, and indigenous themes. It is one of a new generation of
electronic journals committed to publishing critical and creative voices
within and across disciplinary boundaries, edited by a team spanning three
continents and backed by a highly regarded international editorial board
representing the best in postcolonial, cultural and literary studies.

CFP: Lesbian Representation on "The L Word" (8/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, July 20, 2004 - 5:11am
Editor, AfterEllen.com

A call for essays for a new collection on "The L Word"

Working Title: Representing Lesbians: Essays on"The L Word"
Edited by Sarah Warn (Editor, AfterEllen.com)

This book will be a collection of essays (2,000 to 4,000 words each)
written about lesbian/bisexual visibility and representation on Showtime's
TV show "The L Word." This book is geared towards a general audience, not
an academic one, but academics as well as journalists and other
non-academic writers are welcome to submit an abstract.

A wide range of topics related to "The L Word" are acceptable, such as:

CFP: Lesbian Representation on "The L Word" (8/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, July 20, 2004 - 5:11am
Editor, AfterEllen.com

A call for essays for a new collection on "The L Word"

Working Title: Representing Lesbians: Essays on"The L Word"
Edited by Sarah Warn (Editor, AfterEllen.com)

This book will be a collection of essays (2,000 to 4,000 words each)
written about lesbian/bisexual visibility and representation on Showtime's
TV show "The L Word." This book is geared towards a general audience, not
an academic one, but academics as well as journalists and other
non-academic writers are welcome to submit an abstract.

A wide range of topics related to "The L Word" are acceptable, such as:

CFP: Journal of Adaptation Studies (no deadline; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, July 15, 2004 - 11:44pm
dave starrs

CFP; Journal of Adaptation Studies (No deadline; journal issue)

Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Adaptation Studies.

The Journal of Adaptation Studies provides a forum for interdisciplinary
examinations of the theory and practice of adaptation studies in literature,
theatre and the screen. To this end, the journal especially encourages
innovative and/or collaborative work whose approach inspires reflection
on-—and a challenge to-—the conventional boundaries between academic
disciplines.

For its first issue, JAS requests submissions on a wide variety of relevant
topics. Some possible areas include (but are by no means limited to):

· disciplinary domain and adaptation studies;

CFP: Journal of Adaptation Studies (no deadline; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, July 15, 2004 - 11:44pm
dave starrs

CFP; Journal of Adaptation Studies (No deadline; journal issue)

Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Adaptation Studies.

The Journal of Adaptation Studies provides a forum for interdisciplinary
examinations of the theory and practice of adaptation studies in literature,
theatre and the screen. To this end, the journal especially encourages
innovative and/or collaborative work whose approach inspires reflection
on-—and a challenge to-—the conventional boundaries between academic
disciplines.

For its first issue, JAS requests submissions on a wide variety of relevant
topics. Some possible areas include (but are by no means limited to):

· disciplinary domain and adaptation studies;

CFP: Journal of Adaptation Studies (no deadline; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, July 15, 2004 - 11:44pm
dave starrs

CFP; Journal of Adaptation Studies (No deadline; journal issue)

Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Adaptation Studies.

The Journal of Adaptation Studies provides a forum for interdisciplinary
examinations of the theory and practice of adaptation studies in literature,
theatre and the screen. To this end, the journal especially encourages
innovative and/or collaborative work whose approach inspires reflection
on-—and a challenge to-—the conventional boundaries between academic
disciplines.

For its first issue, JAS requests submissions on a wide variety of relevant
topics. Some possible areas include (but are by no means limited to):

· disciplinary domain and adaptation studies;

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