CFP: Disability and/in Prose (9/30/03; journal issue)
CFP: Special Issue of Prose Studies: Disability and/in Prose
Please send complete 15-25 page (double-spaced) papers to Brenda
Brueggemann, Ohio State University, at brueggemann.1_at_osu.edu.
Deadline: September 30, 2003.
Seeking historical, theoretical, critical work around disability and/in
prose. For initial queries contact guest editor at brueggemann.1_at_osu.edu
Prose Studies is a forum for discussion of the history, theory and
criticism of non-fictional prose of all periods. While the journal
publishes studies of such recognized genres of non-fiction as
autobiography, biography, the sermon, the essay, the letter, the journal
etc., it also aims to promote the study of non-fictional prose as an
important component in the profession's ongoing re-configuration of the
categories and canons of literature. Interdisciplinary studies, articles
on non-canonical texts and essays on the theory and practice of discourse
are also included.
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Received on Mon Apr 21 2003 - 17:11:02 EDT