CFP: Domestic Women Writers (Web Site)
The Internet is fast becoming an important source for literary criticism =
of all kinds. Kim Wells, an Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University, is =
currently developing a webpage titled "Domestic Goddesses: AKA =
Scribbling Women" The page will begin by featuring Louisa May Alcott, =
Kate Chopin, Willa Cather, Sarah Orne Jewett, Harriet Beecher Stowe and =
Edith Wharton. I eventually hope to expand the scope to include authors =
Laura Ingalls Wilder, Dorothy Wordsworth, and other women writers of =
domestic fiction as well, so if you have papers on any of these =
underrepresented authors that you would like to see published on the =
Internet, you may also send them.
I am soliciting work from graduate students, professors, and =
professional scholars of all kinds. Send papers that critically analyze =
any aspect of these authors' works and/or lives. Length requirements =
are very flexible, papers from 3 to 50 pages will be considered. The =
papers will be published on the Webpage which will eventually be housed =
at Texas A&M. All publication and copyrights would remain firmly in the =
grasp of the papers' authors.
If you would like to see the page, in its very preliminary developmental =
stages, before you submit, its URL is:
Please send papers as either WP, MS Word or Simple Text to:
kwells_at_texas.net. For any inquiries, also contact Kim Wells at the =
previous E-mail address.
Submissions will be accepted and considered until September 27, 1998.
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Received on Fri May 15 1998 - 19:48:39 EDT