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CFP: Anatomy of Violence: Examining Conflict (11/29/04; collection)

updated: 
Saturday, November 20, 2004 - 3:14am
James Scannell

Call for Completed Essays Presented at, and for additional abstracts
related to, New York College English Spring 2003 Conference, Anatomy of
Violence: Examining Conflict

Papers presented at NYCEA's Spring Conference, 2003, Anatomy of
Violence: Examining Conflict, are requested for inclusion in a
collection that is under serious consideration by a leading university
press.

Additional abstracts are invited for this collection of essays.

  Abstracts of 500 words for essays on this topic will be accepted for
consideration until November 29th 2004. Responses will be sent by
December 15th 2004.

  Completed essays based on accepted proposals will be required by
January 31st, 2005.

CFP: Carbon: Notes from Underground (grad) (12/20/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:50pm
Jason C Clegg

Carbon is a *new* electronic journal devised and disseminated by
students at California State University, Fresno.

Carbon is the pervasive element. It is the common substance of organic
life. The idea for the e-journal, not unlike the chemical element, is a
product of forces. Electronic publications continue to challenge
traditional notions of academic discourse. Patricia Bizzell provides a
useful definition for considering language-use in the academy:
"A primary way to define academic discourse is to see it as the language
of a community," which "shapes participants' way of looking at the world
– their worldview – including notions of what's real, normal, natural,
good, and true."

UPDATE: Philament: Retrospective (12/3/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:49pm
PHILAMENT

Deadline extended:

UPDATE: Philament: Retrospective (12/03/04)

Philament invites contributions to its upcoming issue, Retrospective.

[nostalgia, or déjà vu, or the retrospective classification of the cannon;
testimony; memoirs – personal or cultural; commemoration; immortalization; text
vs. oral; print vs. cybertext; mnemonics; advertising; an author's collected
works or anthologies; "best of" music compilations; marginalia, editor's
footnotes, translation; reincarnation; reinvention; etc.]

Isn't writing immortalization? Publishing with us certainly is. Barthes would
kill me for that. And so blatant too.

CFP: Jungian Scholarly Society (2/5/05; e-journal)

updated: 
Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:49pm
Darrell Dobson

Call for Papers
for the first edition of
Jung: The e-Journal of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies
                         
Deadline February 5, 2005
To be published on-line April 10, 2005
                         
Papers of up to 7500 words on any topic that implements, utilizes, or
critiques the relevance and application of Jungian and post-Jungian theory
for scholarly study. Topics may include (but need not be constrained to)
literature, the arts, humanities such as drama, visual art, myth and fairy
tale, pop culture, education, religion, film, music, architecture,
psychology, science, masculinity, and Jungian theory itself.

CFP: Bile: The Journal of Discontent (no deadline, e-journal)

updated: 
Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:49pm
amstott_at_buffalo.edu

"Bile: The Journal of Discontent"

Face it, you're angry.

There's a lot to be angry about. Bile is a new on-line journal of art,
letters, media and politics that seeks to embrace your indignation and
harness it as a trigger for progressive discussions and important
debates. Bile seeks to berate injustice, scold weak thinking, rebuke
the successes of the undeserving, and generally reprimand those who
produce, market, legislate, or enforce maddening drivel.

CFP: Film and Folklore (1/30/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:37pm
Mikel Koven

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Western Folklore, the academic journal of the California Folklore Society,
is soliciting submissions for a special issue of the journal that will focus
on the relationship between Film and Folklore. Submissions on the following
or related topics are particularly welcome:

 

CFP: Film and Folklore (1/30/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:37pm
Mikel Koven

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Western Folklore, the academic journal of the California Folklore Society,
is soliciting submissions for a special issue of the journal that will focus
on the relationship between Film and Folklore. Submissions on the following
or related topics are particularly welcome:

 

CFP: Film and Folklore (1/30/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:37pm
Mikel Koven

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Western Folklore, the academic journal of the California Folklore Society,
is soliciting submissions for a special issue of the journal that will focus
on the relationship between Film and Folklore. Submissions on the following
or related topics are particularly welcome:

 

CFP: The Figure of the Coquette 1660-1830 (1/15/05; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:37pm
Shelley King

Call for Papers: The Figure of the Coquette

The proposed collection of essays seeks to explore the figure of the
coquette in the long eighteenth century (1660-1830), with the aim of
understanding and theorizing the cultural context that produced the figure,
her historical evolution, and her representation in European culture. We
are particularly interested in the coquette as a key site for debates about
women's nature and female roles during this period, ranging from the
misogynist critique of the coquette to explorations of her social power.
Comparatist analyses and cultural studies approaches are welcome, as are
essays addressing modern or contemporary rewritings of the figure of the
coquette

CFP: Studies in American Culture (3/15/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:29pm
McDonald, Rob

Studies in American Culture

Call for Submissions

Studies in American Culture welcomes the submission of essays on all
aspects of American culture and from all scholarly and critical
approaches. We especially invite interdisciplinary studies of the
literature, language, visual arts, and history of the United States.*

Our diverse readership includes academics and non-academics who come
from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. We prefer fresh,
innovative essays that are informed by research and current critical
theories but which avoid alienating jargon.

CFP: Studies in American Culture (3/15/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:29pm
McDonald, Rob

Studies in American Culture

Call for Submissions

Studies in American Culture welcomes the submission of essays on all
aspects of American culture and from all scholarly and critical
approaches. We especially invite interdisciplinary studies of the
literature, language, visual arts, and history of the United States.*

Our diverse readership includes academics and non-academics who come
from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. We prefer fresh,
innovative essays that are informed by research and current critical
theories but which avoid alienating jargon.

CFP: Edith Wharton's Novels and Other American Fiction (12/5/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:29pm
Abby Werlock

1000-word Essays on Wharton Novels
and
Other American Novels,Classic and Contemporary

I am preparing a 2-volume Companion to the American Novel for Facts on File,
sequel to The Facts on File Companion to the American Short Story,
and still have openings for essays on specific Wharton titles, along with
other American fiction titles.

Essays written in a lively, jargonfree style, should be approximately 1000
words exclusive of bibliography, and authors are encouraged to include
original and intriguing interpretations of the novels.

The deadline is 5 December 2004.

For further information and a list of available titles please contact me via
any of the methods listed below.

CFP: Edith Wharton's Novels and Other American Fiction (12/5/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 12, 2004 - 8:29pm
Abby Werlock

1000-word Essays on Wharton Novels
and
Other American Novels,Classic and Contemporary

I am preparing a 2-volume Companion to the American Novel for Facts on File,
sequel to The Facts on File Companion to the American Short Story,
and still have openings for essays on specific Wharton titles, along with
other American fiction titles.

Essays written in a lively, jargonfree style, should be approximately 1000
words exclusive of bibliography, and authors are encouraged to include
original and intriguing interpretations of the novels.

The deadline is 5 December 2004.

For further information and a list of available titles please contact me via
any of the methods listed below.

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