[UPDATE] Southeast Asian Review of English (SARE), No. 50 (Summer 2011)

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Call For Papers: Southeast Asian Review of English (SARE), No. 50 (Summer 2011)
Theme: Re-Framing Contemporary Malaysian and Singaporean Literature

SARE, the international refereed Journal of the Malaysian Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Association (MACLALS) which first appeared in December, 1980, celebrates its 30th Anniversary with a special issue on contemporary Malaysian and Singaporean literature in English or in English translation in collaboration with the Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University. The Co-Editors of the special issue will be Assoc Prof Susan Philip, President, MACLALS and Head, English Department, University of Malaya; Assoc Prof Neil Murphy, Head, Division of English, Nanyang Technological University; and Prof Koh Tai Ann, Senior Associate, Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University.

We invite contributions of scholarly articles on the literature in English (including the diasporic) but also works available in English translation (we particularly encourage comparative studies), on language, and the teaching of the literature in school and university curricula; short stories, poems, and other creative writing, interviews, and review-essays.

SUBMISSIONS
Initial submission of essay proposals: Potential contributors are invited to submit a 300 word proposal outlining the primary focus of the essay, including an indication of critical approach by December 15th 2010 to takoh@ntu.edu.sg

Creative submissions can be made any time between now and February 31st, 2011 but prior contact is preferred.

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