CFP: 49th Parallel: An Interdisciplinary Journal of North American Studies (7/31/07; journal issue)

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49th Parallel is proud to announce the publication of
its Issue No. 20 (Winter 2006-2007), available online

Featured in the issue, five articles:

* "The 'Clash of Civilisations' and the 'War on
Terror'" by Michael Dunn

* "Hollywood Censors History" by David Eldridge

* "'Go to the forest and move': 1960's American Rock
Music as Electronic Pastoral" by David Ingram

* "'Landscape Lessons': Gauging a Watershed in Don
Gayton's Kokanee" by Susan Naramore Maher

* "Emma Bell Miles's Appalachia and Emily Carr's
Cascadia: a Comparative Study in Literary Ecology" by
Kateøina Prajznerová

and ten book reviews:

* Arnold, R Douglas. Congress, the Press and Political
Accountability, by John Matlin

* Askari, Hossein G, John Forrer, Hildy Teegen &
Jiawen Yang. Case Studies of US Economic Sanctions,
the Chinese, Cuban and Iranian Experience, by Matthias
M. Maass

* Beeman, William O. The 'Great Satan' vs. the 'Mad
Mullahs': How the United States and Iran Demonize Each
Other, by Will Kaufman

* Boot, Max. The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and
the Rise of American Power, by Mashid Mayar

* Coleman, Jonathan. A 'Special Relationship'? Harold
Wilson, Lyndon Johnson and Anglo-American Relations
'at the summit' 1964-68, by Richard Langley

* Kuklick, Bruce. Blind Oracles: Intellectuals and War
from Kennan to Kissinger, by Kaeten Mistry

* Newman, Mark. The Civil Rights Movement, by Mario
Del Pero

* Oliver, Kendrick. The My Lai Massacre in American
History and Memory, by David Ryan

* Osgood, Kenneth. Total Cold War: Eisenhower's Secret
Propaganda Battle at Home and Abroad, by Bevan Sewell

* Swint, Kerwin. Mudslingers: The Top 25 Negative
Political Campaigns of All Time, by Lucas Richert

49th Parallel is also accepting submissions for the
upcoming Open Issue, scheduled for publication in
Summer 2007.

Please submit manuscripts by 31 July 2007 to be
considered for inclusion, incorporating attachments,
notes, and a brief abstract.
We also have opportunities for those interested in
contributing a book review.

Please read our submission guidelines at

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