CFP: James Baldwin (5/1/03; journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
ceh_at_odin.english.udel.edu
contact email: 
ceh@odin.english.udel.edu

CALL FOR PAPERS

In 2003, we will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of
James Baldwin's provocative narrative *Go Tell It On The Mountain*. To
celebrate this achievement, MAWA Review will devote its Winter issue to
the discussion of Baldwin's novel. We solicit your help in making this
issue a successful one. The editorial board invites papers for possible
consideration in this issue on a variety of topics related to the
prominent themes in Baldwin's narrative:

spirituality and sexuality
sin and remorse
black masculinity
the politics of gender roles and religion
double consciousness and its various manifestations
body and soul
sacred and the secular
the spirit and the flesh
love and sex
the city and the black church
betrayal, family, and marriage

We will be glad to consider papers on other topics related to Baldwin as
well as long as the general premise of the essay considers the new
critical approaches to *Go Tell It On The Mountain.* Please send your
inquires to:

<ceh_at_udel.edu>

You can also send a hard copy of your abstact or your completed 15-20pp.
essay (along with a disk) to:

Dr. Carol E. Henderson
Special Issue Editor
MAWA Review
University of Delaware
English Department
212 Memorial Hall
Newark, DE 19716

The deadline for consideration of this issue is May 1. Completed papers
are due by July 30, 2003. Note: *MAWA Review* is listed in the MLA
Bibliography of Periodicals and has been for over 15 years.

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cfp categories: 
african-american