UPDATE: TransLit, Graduate Journal for Comparative Literature (9/1/05; journal issue)

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Call for Journal Submissions
*DEADLINE EXTENDED: September 1, 2005
TransLit: UCLA Journal of Comparative Literature

TransLit is an annual academic journal produced by graduate students in
the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of California
at Los Angeles. A meeting place for a wide range of disciplines and
theoretical approaches, the journal publishes scholarly articles that
treat textual, visual, musical, or other media, and which relate broadly
to the field of comparative literature. Bringing together a range of
critical studies, TransLit serves as a forum for challenging disciplinary
boundaries, fostering innovative connections, and examining the relevance
of comparative literary studies in the contemporary world.

For its next issue, TransLit is seeking papers and articles that engage
with current questions in literary and cultural studies. Possible topics
include, but are not limited to, the following:

 • History and memory
• Nationalism, identity and alterity
• Rethinking postcolonial studies
• Media and visuality
• Gender narrative
• Transnationalism and globalization
• Trauma narrative
• Marginalized literatures
• Exile and diaspora
• Popular and mass culture
• Language, knowledge, and power
• Spatiality and temporality
• Translation

Extended Deadline: September 1, 2005

Submission guidelines:

Submissions undergo a blind peer-review by graduate students and faculty
members specializing in the areas or topics addressed in the submission.
The author’s name should appear only in the cover letter and should not
appear in the submission, except in notes or bibliographical citations
(with no first-person references). Manuscripts should meet the following

1. Include a cover letter and a one-page abstract.
2. Manuscripts should be between 15 and 25 pages and must be in MLA style
(see The MLA Style Manual and the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research
3. Authors must provide translations of all extensive quotations not
originally in English.
        4. Send an electronic copy of each submission to translit_at_ucla.edu by
September 1, 2005.

Address questions to: Submissions Editor, translit_at_ucla.edu.

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