UPDATE: Jagged Edges: Rethinking the Canon(s) Through Gendered Lenses (2/6/06; journal issue)

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Exit 9: Call for Papers (UPDATED DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 6, 2006)

Jagged Edges: Rethinking the Canon(s) Through Gendered Lenses

Exit 9 sends a call for papers that focuses on the issue of censorship in
various literatures, texts, and theories. Whether implicit or explicit,
censorship is a common theme in literature and theory; we ask participants
to consider the intersections of an idea such as censorship with regards
to current trends in the interdiscipline of Women's and Gender Studies.
Submissions may consider the topic from one or a combination of the
following approaches:*
• Class
• Gender
• Globalization
• Identity Politics
• Masculinity/Masculinities
• Queer Theory
• Race
• Sexual Difference
• Sexuality
• Transnationalism

* Submissions are required to be in English, but we encourage submissions
focusing on non-English as well as English texts.

ATTENTION: The new deadline for submissions is Monday, February 6, 2006.

Submissions should follow MLA format (endnotes and complete bibliography)
and should include two hard copies, an electronic copy, and a short
biography (50 words).

Please mail submissions to:
Exit 9: The Rutgers Journal of Comparative Literature
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Graduate Program in Comparative Literature
205 Ruth Adams Building
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-0270

For more information, please visit http://complit.rutgers.edu/exit9/ or
write to the Editorial Board at exitnine_at_rci.rutgers.edu

Exit 9 is an academic journal published by graduate students from the
Graduate Program in Comparative Literature of Rutgers University, The
State University of New Jersey. From its inception in the autumn of 1993,
Exit 9 has fostered discussions concerning the following issues and
representations: literary, multicultural, multilingual, political, gender,
racial, mythical, psychoanalytic, historical, and religious.

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