CFP: [Collections] For Publication; St. John's University Humanities Review (10/01/07;11/15/07)

full name / name of organization: 
Stephen Pasqualina

CFP: For Publication (10/01/07; 11/15/07)

The St. John's University Humanities Review is looking for original essays and book reviews no more
than 10 pages in length. Please send critical essays on topics including art, philosophy, poetry, or
prose or book reviews to Submissions may be accepted based
on topic originality, writing quality, space and timeliness.

Philosophy of the Publication:
The St. John's University Humanities Review, founded in 2002, is a publication run by graduate
students in the English Department at St. John's University in Jamaica, Queens, New York, for the
purposes of examining a wide range of subject matter in the humanities through book reviews,
essays, and interviews. We accept submissions from undergraduates, graduate students, and
professors both from our campus and around the world. We are a venue for students to practice
critical writing for a broad audience. We publish pieces from ideas across the spectrum of opinions,
similar to The New York Review of Books and The New Republic. We tend to review scholarly books
on many subjects, literary fiction, poetry, and art exhibits. We have published original interviews
with Albert Murray, E. San Juan Jr., John Hollander, Howard Zinn, and Peter McClaren. National
figures such as Henry Giroux, E. San Juan Jr., Albert Murray, and Nancy Armstrong have seen fit to
allow us to print previously unpublished pieces of theirs.

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