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Call for Abstracts & Articles; APPOSITIONS: Dialogues & Exchanges
APPOSITIONS: Studies in Renaissance / Early Modern Literature and Culture
Volume Two: Dialogues & Exchanges (writers/readers/texts/fields)
*Call for Abstracts & Articles: APPOSITIONS: Studies in Renaissance /
Early Modern Literature and Culture, http://appositions.blogspot.com/,
seeks new work addressing the theme of dialogues & exchanges
(writers/readers/texts/fields). How and why do literary texts emerge and
change within and against fields of cultural production? Or, alternately:
how and why do social forces or technologies shape distinctive modes and
forms of literary art? Or, antithetically: how and why do literary works
celebrate or challenge cultural narratives? Beyond such chiastic
formulations, what other factors (e.g. audience, gender, identity,
occasion, politics) also contribute to the dialogues & exchanges that
literary texts invite and receive? Comparative, interdisciplinary, and
trans-historical approaches are encouraged. APPOSITIONS is an electronic,
peer-reviewed, international, annual conference and consequent digital
journal for studies in Renaissance/early modern literature and culture.
APPOSITIONS is an open-access, independently managed conference and
journal. ISSN forthcoming.
*Conference Abstracts (200-words): November, 2008.
*Conference Proposals (500-words): January, 2009.
*E-Conference: February, 2009.
*Manuscripts (articles): November, 2008-March, 2009.
*Journal Publication: May, 2009.
*Guidelines: APPOSITIONS seeks submissions simultaneously on both tracks:
abstracts and proposals for the e-conference; and articles for Volume Two
of the journal. Selected proposals/presentations from the e-conference
will be solicited as completed articles for submission and review. Article
manuscripts may also be submitted separately from the e-conference.
*Electronic Submissions: showard_at_du.edu. Submissions should be attached as
a single .doc, .rtf, .pdf or .txt file. Visuals should be attached
individually as .jpg, .gif or .bmp files. Please include the
words â€œAppositions Submissionâ€ in the subject line of your message.
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