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CFP: Reviews for Modern Language Studies (9/20/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, September 10, 2004 - 6:33pm
Juang, Richard M.

Modern Language Studies (MLS) would like to solicit short and medium-length
reviews of significant, intriguing, or unusual primary source materials for
its upcoming issue.

Reviews should assess and underscore those materials' importance either for
various research profiles or for curricula and classroom syllabi. Reviews of
scholarly editions, hypertext/internet literatures, visual culture, popular
culture, and, of course, novels, short stories, poetry, plays, films, and
creative non-fiction are all welcome. Interdisciplinary work is also
welcome. The deadline for the next issue is September 20, 2004.

Inquiries and submissions should be sent to mls_at_susqu.edu.

CFP: Victorian Studies Bulletin (10/22/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, September 10, 2004 - 6:31pm
Rachel Bright

The Victorian Studies Bulletin is beginning to collect information and copy
for the December 2004 issue on the following subjects:

 - Book/journal announcements
 - Brief reviews of past conferences/exhibits
 - CFP's
 - Grant/scholarship/fellowship opportunities and awards
 - News/information of interest to Victorianists (upcoming exhibits or
conferences, etc.)
 - Online resources of interest to Victorianists
 - Requests for information (research inquiries, etc.)

CFP: Victorian Studies Bulletin (10/22/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, September 10, 2004 - 6:31pm
Rachel Bright

The Victorian Studies Bulletin is beginning to collect information and copy
for the December 2004 issue on the following subjects:

 - Book/journal announcements
 - Brief reviews of past conferences/exhibits
 - CFP's
 - Grant/scholarship/fellowship opportunities and awards
 - News/information of interest to Victorianists (upcoming exhibits or
conferences, etc.)
 - Online resources of interest to Victorianists
 - Requests for information (research inquiries, etc.)

CFP: UMBR(a): A Journal of the Unconscious: On Religion (12/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, September 10, 2004 - 6:28pm
askomra_at_buffalo.edu

UMBR(a) 2005:

On Religion

Psychoanalysis has acknowledged the foolishness of any so-called "turn to
religion," reminding us that the religious has always been in the air.
Rather than defensively insist on religion?s spectrality, psychoanalysis
breaks with modernity?s political anxiety in exposing the material truth of
what is at stake: belief as such. To what extent does the well-trodden
intersection of psychoanalysis and religion, the unconscious and faith,
demand a radical break from the politics of resignation that has of late
dominated our political landscape?

CFP: UMBR(a): A Journal of the Unconscious: On Religion (12/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, September 10, 2004 - 6:28pm
askomra_at_buffalo.edu

UMBR(a) 2005:

On Religion

Psychoanalysis has acknowledged the foolishness of any so-called "turn to
religion," reminding us that the religious has always been in the air.
Rather than defensively insist on religion?s spectrality, psychoanalysis
breaks with modernity?s political anxiety in exposing the material truth of
what is at stake: belief as such. To what extent does the well-trodden
intersection of psychoanalysis and religion, the unconscious and faith,
demand a radical break from the politics of resignation that has of late
dominated our political landscape?

CFP: Steinbeck and His Contemporaries (9/1/05; 3/22/06-3/25/06)

updated: 
Friday, September 10, 2004 - 6:17pm
George, Stephen

Call for Papers: "Steinbeck and His Contemporaries" Conference, 22-25
March 2006, Sun Valley, Idaho. The New Steinbeck Society of America
invites literary scholars in general-and Western American literature
critics in particular-to offer a critical view on John Steinbeck in
relation to any of his contemporaries-Hemingway, Faulkner, Fitzgerald,
Cather, Anderson, Wright, Dos Passos, Miller, Hurston, Pound, Hughes,
Lewis, and others. Comparative studies are also invited on select
authors who have had a direct literary influence on Steinbeck-Twain,
Mallory, Shakespeare-as well as on contemporary and fellow western
writers who share common thematic and stylistic elements-Terry Tempest

CFP: Steinbeck and His Contemporaries (9/1/05; 3/22/06-3/25/06)

updated: 
Friday, September 10, 2004 - 6:17pm
George, Stephen

Call for Papers: "Steinbeck and His Contemporaries" Conference, 22-25
March 2006, Sun Valley, Idaho. The New Steinbeck Society of America
invites literary scholars in general-and Western American literature
critics in particular-to offer a critical view on John Steinbeck in
relation to any of his contemporaries-Hemingway, Faulkner, Fitzgerald,
Cather, Anderson, Wright, Dos Passos, Miller, Hurston, Pound, Hughes,
Lewis, and others. Comparative studies are also invited on select
authors who have had a direct literary influence on Steinbeck-Twain,
Mallory, Shakespeare-as well as on contemporary and fellow western
writers who share common thematic and stylistic elements-Terry Tempest