CFP: Feminist Encyclopedia of African American Literature (9/15/03; collection)

full name / name of organization: 
Dr. Betsy Beaulieu
contact email: 
beaulieea@appstate.edu

Seeking established or independent scholars, as well as advanced
graduate students, to contribute entries to a Feminist Encyclopedia of
African American Literature, presently under contract with Greenwood
Press. The encyclopedia will be published in a 2-volume set and
distributed worldwide.

Preference will be given to individuals who are willing to write more
than one 500 word entry, or who are interested in any of the longer
entries. Completed entries will be due in late spring, 2004.

Please contact me at beaulieea_at_appstate.edu by September 15, 2003 if you
are interested in contributing to this project.

Dr. Betsy Beaulieu
Assistant Professor
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608

The following entries remain unassigned:

Allen, Clarissa Minnie Thompson: 500
Amini, Johari: 500
Ancestor, Use of: 1500
Anderson, Mignon Holland: 500
Angelou, Maya: 2500, in addition to I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings:
1000
Austin, Doris Jean: 500
Baker, Josephine: 1000
Baraka, Amiri: 2000
Beauty: 1500
Birtha, Becky: 500
Black Arts Movement: 2000
Black Nationalism: 2000
Body, The: 2500
Boyd, Melba: 500
Broughton, Virginia W.: 500
Burroughs, Margaret Taylor Goss: 500
Burton, Annie Louise: 500
Bushbanks, Olivia Ward: 500
Cartier, Xam Wilson: 500
Children=92s and Young Adult Literature: 2500
Christianity: 2500
Clair, Maxine: 500
Class: 2000
Cleage, Pearl: 500
Coleman, Wanda: 500
Collins, Kathleen: 500
Cooper, J. California: 2000, in addition to Family (500), In Search of
Satisfaction (500), and Homemade Love (500)
Coppin, Fanny Jackson: 500
Cortez, Jane: 500
Cuney-Hare, Maud: 500
Danner, Margaret Esse: 500
Davenport, Doris: 500
Death: 2000
De Veaux, Alexis: 500
Dickey, Eric Jerome: 1000
Drama: 2000
Epistolary Novel: 1000
Evans, Mari: 500
Fabio, Sarah Webster: 500
Family: 2000
Ferrell, Carolyn: 500
Fiction: 3000
Fields, Julia: 500
Film: 500
Folklore: 2000
Forman, Ruth: 500
Franklin, J.E.: 500
Freedom: 2500
Gibson, Patricia Joann: 500
Golden, Marita: 500
Gomez, Jewelle: 500
Gossett, Hattie: 500
Graham, Shirley: 500
Guy, Rosa: 500
Haley, Alex: 1500
Hansen, Joyce: 500
Healing: 1500
Holiday, Billie: 500
Home: 2500
Hughes, Langston: 2000
Identity: 2500
Jackson, Angela: 500
Jackson, Elaine: 500
Jackson, Mae: 500
Jackson, Mattie: 500
Jazz: 1000
Johnson, James Weldon: 1500
Jones-Meadows, Karen: 500
Jordan, June: 2000
Kennedy, Adrienne: 1500
Kocher, Ruth Ellen: 500
Lady Sings the Blues: 500
Lane, Pinkie Gordon: 500
Lesbianism: 1000

Literature: 6000 (all-inclusive, one scholar)
    The Antebellum Period (1746-1865)
    Reconstruction (1865-1910)
    The Harlem Renaissance (1910-1940)
     The Protest Movement (1940-1959)
    The Black Arts Movement (1960-1969)
     Contemporary (1970-present)

Love: 2000
McElroy, Colleen: 500
McKay, Claude: 2000
McKissack, Patricia: 500
Middle Passage, The: 500
Miller, Mae: 500
Millican, Arthenia J. Bates: 500
Moore, Opal: 500
Mossell, Gertrude: 500
Moss, Thylias: 500
Murphy, Beatrice M.: 500
Murray, Pauli: 500
Music: 2000
Myth, Use of: 2000
Oliver, Diane: 500
Osbey, Brenda Marie: 500
Parker, Pat: 500
Parks, Rosa: 500
Perry, Phyllis Alesia: 1000, in addition to Stigmata (500)
Plato, Ann: 500
Poetry: 2500
Polite, Carlene Hatcher: 500
Potter, Eliza: 500
Protest Tradition: 2000
Race: 2500
Rahman, Aishah: 500
Rape: 2000
Religion: 2500
Sapphire (Ramona Lofton): 500
Sermon Tradition: 1000
Sexuality: 2500
Shockley, Ann Allen: 500
Slavery: 2500
Smith, Anna Deveare: 500
Speculative Fiction: 2000
Spencer, Anne: 500
Spirituality: 1500
Thomas, Joyce Carol: 500
Violence: 2000
Vroman, Mary Elizabeth: 500
White, Paulette Childress: 500
Wideman, John Edgar: 2000
Wilkinson, Brenda: 500
Wilson, August: 2000
Wright, Sarah Elizabeth: 500
Yarbrough, Camille: 500

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