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CFP: Vectors: Multimedia Projects: Evidence or Mobility (3/12/04; e-journal)

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Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
Tara McPherson

Fellowships for New Scholarly Journal

Summer Fellowship Call for Projects
Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular

The Institute for Multimedia Literacy (IML) at the University of
Southern California's Annenberg Center for Communication is pleased to
announce a Fellowship program for summer 2004 to foster innovative
research for its new electronic publishing venture, Vectors: Journal of
Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular.

CFP: Library as Place (2/1/05; journal issue)

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Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
John Buschman

For a special issue of Library Quarterly (University of Chicago Press)
that we are editing, we are seeking papers on the theme of the "Library as
Place." The journal is interested in publishing papers that relate to the
historical and/or contemporary place of the library within its community
of interest, the role of the library as an important locus within the
public sphere, the influence of the library as a public or civic space
within contemporary urban or rural landscapes, and the uses made of
library spaces by various clienteles and the public in general. In
particular, we would encourage submission of papers that discuss the
meaning(s) of the library in the lives of its users and user groups, and

CFP: Atenea: Diability (8/9/04; journal issue)

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Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
NBatra-Atenea

Atenea, a multidisciplinary bilingual journal on the humanities and
social sciences, features essays, books reviews, and some fiction and
poetry.
URL: http://www.uprm.edu/atenea

The editorial board invites submissions for publication for a special
edition (June 2005) on disability issues.
Essays may address a wide variety of topics such as the issues of
disability studies as a field;
representations of disability in literature, film, popular culture, the
media;
the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, politics and disability.

CFP: Library as Place (2/1/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
John Buschman

For a special issue of Library Quarterly (University of Chicago Press)
that we are editing, we are seeking papers on the theme of the "Library as
Place." The journal is interested in publishing papers that relate to the
historical and/or contemporary place of the library within its community
of interest, the role of the library as an important locus within the
public sphere, the influence of the library as a public or civic space
within contemporary urban or rural landscapes, and the uses made of
library spaces by various clienteles and the public in general. In
particular, we would encourage submission of papers that discuss the
meaning(s) of the library in the lives of its users and user groups, and

CFP: Teaching Bibliography & Book History (4/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:54am
annhawkins

Teaching Bibliography, Textual Criticism, and Book History

400-word proposals due by April 1st.

Teaching Bibliography, Textual Criticism, and Book History will offer a=20=
variety of approaches to incorporating discussions of book history or=20
print culture into graduate and undergraduate classrooms. TBH will=20
consider the book as a literary, historical, cultural, and aesthetic=20
object.

TBH will offer discussions on book history pedagogy by a variety of=20
scholars who teach bibliography, textual criticism, or book history in=20=
a range of courses, departments, and settings.

CFP: Teaching Bibliography & Book History (4/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:54am
annhawkins

Teaching Bibliography, Textual Criticism, and Book History

400-word proposals due by April 1st.

Teaching Bibliography, Textual Criticism, and Book History will offer a=20=
variety of approaches to incorporating discussions of book history or=20
print culture into graduate and undergraduate classrooms. TBH will=20
consider the book as a literary, historical, cultural, and aesthetic=20
object.

TBH will offer discussions on book history pedagogy by a variety of=20
scholars who teach bibliography, textual criticism, or book history in=20=
a range of courses, departments, and settings.

CFP: Medieval Forum (9/15/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
Medlit

We are pleased to announce Volume 3 of Medieval Forum. As in past
volumes, the authors present a wide range of interests, from medieval
romance to Icelandic saga. We hope that you will find the articles
informative and enjoyable. You are invited to give your comments to
the authors and/or editors.

CFP: Medieval Forum (9/15/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
Medlit

We are pleased to announce Volume 3 of Medieval Forum. As in past
volumes, the authors present a wide range of interests, from medieval
romance to Icelandic saga. We hope that you will find the articles
informative and enjoyable. You are invited to give your comments to
the authors and/or editors.

CFP: Rhetoric/Composition: Intersections/Impasses/Differends (3/31/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
Lisa Coleman

Call for Papers: Enculturation Special Issue
<http://enculturation.gmu.edu/> http://enculturation.gmu.edu

Rhetoric/Composition: Intersections/Impasses/Differends

The editors of Enculturation seek papers for a second phase of this special
issue on "Rhetoric and Composition." The first phase of the special edition
has been published and contains articles by:

CFP: Gender, Sexuality, and Internet Consumers (7/30/04; book)

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Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
DimpleGodiwala_at_aol.com

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS: CALL FOR CHAPTERS

Internet consumers=20

This research in progress is aimed at being disseminated in the form of a=20
book. Gender studies scholars, scholars
studying the changing nature of sexualities, scholars of masculinities, gay=20
studies,
queer theory are invited to contribute.
Contributory chapters are invited.=20

Abstract

CFP: Gender, Sexuality, and Internet Consumers (7/30/04; book)

updated: 
Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
DimpleGodiwala_at_aol.com

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS: CALL FOR CHAPTERS

Internet consumers=20

This research in progress is aimed at being disseminated in the form of a=20
book. Gender studies scholars, scholars
studying the changing nature of sexualities, scholars of masculinities, gay=20
studies,
queer theory are invited to contribute.
Contributory chapters are invited.=20

Abstract

CFP: Contemporary Extreme (12/17/04; collection)

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Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
Alain-Philippe Durand

Submissions are invited for a collection of essays on the contemporary
extreme. The volume will deal with novels whose styles or themes engage a
hyper real, often apocalyptic, world progressively invaded by popular culture,
permeated with technology, and dominated by destruction. In this world,
violence – often the only stable element – operates as ethos. Entries may
include, but are by no means limited to, novelists such as Cathy Acker, Nelly
Arcan, Frédéric Beigbeder, Rafael Chaparro Madiedo, Marie Darrieussecq, Don
DeLillo, Virginie Despentes, Bret Easton Ellis, Lucía Etxebarría, Alberto
Fuguet, Michel Houllebecq, Orly Kastel-Bloom, Patrícia Melo, Mian Mian,

CFP: Henry James Review: Forum on &quot;Senses of the Past&quot; (3/1/04; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
Service Account hjamesr

Forum on "Senses of the Past"

Submissions are invited for a Fall 2004 Forum on "Senses of the Past."
Contributions may address any aspect of the topic, including:

Spectres, ghosts, graveyards, graves, monuments, memorials, ruins
Relics, fragments, traces
Memory, nostalgia
Repetition, Time-travel
Age, aging; childhood
History
The past; Excavating the past
Historical events
Fiction as history, fiction vs. history, historical fiction
Theories, uses of history in James
James as an historical figure
History of James criticism
History of James's writings, texts
Literary history
Historical influences on James
James as historical influence
James family legacies

CFP: Henry James Review: Forum on &quot;Senses of the Past&quot; (3/1/04; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 4:26am
Service Account hjamesr

Forum on "Senses of the Past"

Submissions are invited for a Fall 2004 Forum on "Senses of the Past."
Contributions may address any aspect of the topic, including:

Spectres, ghosts, graveyards, graves, monuments, memorials, ruins
Relics, fragments, traces
Memory, nostalgia
Repetition, Time-travel
Age, aging; childhood
History
The past; Excavating the past
Historical events
Fiction as history, fiction vs. history, historical fiction
Theories, uses of history in James
James as an historical figure
History of James criticism
History of James's writings, texts
Literary history
Historical influences on James
James as historical influence
James family legacies

UPDATE: Victorian Studies Bulletin (2/12/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
Rachel Bright

UPDATE: My computer had a slight meltdown over the weekend and unfortunately
all of my saved email has been irretrievably lost. If you sent information
for submission to the March VSB prior to February 1, please resend your
information (deadline Feb. 12). I'm including the original CFP below.

Thank you!
Rachel Bright
Co-editor, VSB
rbright_at_temple.edu

*****************************************************
Please forward this message as necessary:

The Victorian Studies Bulletin is beginning to collect information and copy
for the March 2004 issue on the following subjects:

UPDATE: Victorian Studies Bulletin (2/12/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
Rachel Bright

UPDATE: My computer had a slight meltdown over the weekend and unfortunately
all of my saved email has been irretrievably lost. If you sent information
for submission to the March VSB prior to February 1, please resend your
information (deadline Feb. 12). I'm including the original CFP below.

Thank you!
Rachel Bright
Co-editor, VSB
rbright_at_temple.edu

*****************************************************
Please forward this message as necessary:

The Victorian Studies Bulletin is beginning to collect information and copy
for the March 2004 issue on the following subjects:

CFP: Fast Capitalism (e-journal)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
Matthew A. Levy

This is a call for papers to be submitted to Fast Capitalism, a new
electronic journal publishing refereed scholarship on the impact of
information and communication technologies on self, society and culture in
the 21st century. Bridging the humanities and social sciences, the journal
welcomes disciplinary and interdisciplinary work. The first number of the
journal will appear in late summer or fall 2004. Please direct submissions
to Ben Agger, agger@uta.edu. The journal's URL is http://www.uta.edu/fastcap .

CFP: Fast Capitalism (e-journal)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
Matthew A. Levy

This is a call for papers to be submitted to Fast Capitalism, a new
electronic journal publishing refereed scholarship on the impact of
information and communication technologies on self, society and culture in
the 21st century. Bridging the humanities and social sciences, the journal
welcomes disciplinary and interdisciplinary work. The first number of the
journal will appear in late summer or fall 2004. Please direct submissions
to Ben Agger, agger@uta.edu. The journal's URL is http://www.uta.edu/fastcap .

CFP: Fast Capitalism (e-journal)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
Matthew A. Levy

This is a call for papers to be submitted to Fast Capitalism, a new
electronic journal publishing refereed scholarship on the impact of
information and communication technologies on self, society and culture in
the 21st century. Bridging the humanities and social sciences, the journal
welcomes disciplinary and interdisciplinary work. The first number of the
journal will appear in late summer or fall 2004. Please direct submissions
to Ben Agger, agger@uta.edu. The journal's URL is http://www.uta.edu/fastcap .

CFP: Clarion; A Women's Critical Journal (undergrad, grad, &amp; indep scholar) (3/15/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
joni goddard

We invite you to submit academic and critical essays to a new
student-led online literary journal, _Clarion: A Women's Critical
Journal_. _Clarion_ is an undergraduate and graduate student-led,
annual online journal whose purpose is to provide a forum for
publication of critical papers with the central theme involving
women's writing, literary women writers, and women's issues in
literature.

CFP: Clarion; A Women's Critical Journal (undergrad, grad, &amp; indep scholar) (3/15/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
joni goddard

We invite you to submit academic and critical essays to a new
student-led online literary journal, _Clarion: A Women's Critical
Journal_. _Clarion_ is an undergraduate and graduate student-led,
annual online journal whose purpose is to provide a forum for
publication of critical papers with the central theme involving
women's writing, literary women writers, and women's issues in
literature.

CFP: Parody (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
Strecker, Trey

The editors of the electronic peer-reviewed English Studies Forum <http://www.bsu.edu/shapps/english/cwp/index.htm> (www.bsu.edu/web/esf) seek critical and creative submissions for a forum on parody. Submissions to this forum might address all forms of parody (from Chaucer to This is Spinal Tap and The Onion) and/or parody as literary/socio-cultural/political critique (from Aristophanes to The Daily Show). We are interested in manuscripts that theorize parody, as well as those that are themselves parodies.

CFP: Parody (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 11:45pm
Strecker, Trey

The editors of the electronic peer-reviewed English Studies Forum <http://www.bsu.edu/shapps/english/cwp/index.htm> (www.bsu.edu/web/esf) seek critical and creative submissions for a forum on parody. Submissions to this forum might address all forms of parody (from Chaucer to This is Spinal Tap and The Onion) and/or parody as literary/socio-cultural/political critique (from Aristophanes to The Daily Show). We are interested in manuscripts that theorize parody, as well as those that are themselves parodies.

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