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CFP: Postmodern Culture Call for Reviews (3/30/04; journal)

updated: 
Saturday, February 21, 2004 - 5:02am
PMC

Postmodern Culture Call for Reviews: Deadline 30 March 2004.
REPLY TO: geyh_at_yu.edu

_Postmodern Culture_ is looking for reviews of recent books, films, CDs,
plays, TV shows, concerts, sporting events, performances, exhibitions,
conferences and conventions, happenings, and so forth, for the May
2004 issue. Reviews should be approximately 2000-3500 words long and
should follow the journal's format guidelines below.

For the upcoming May 2004 issue, reviews should be submitted by 30 March.
A selection will be made at that time. All correspondence will be
answered and all submissions will be given careful consideration. We
regret that we are unable to provide review copies to our reviewers.

CFP: Thunderbirds Television Series (ongoing; journal)

updated: 
Saturday, February 21, 2004 - 5:02am
Joan Marie Verba

Call for Papers

Mobile Control
A Journal for the Thunderbirds Television Series

Mission Statement:

Mobile Control is a refereed journal for the study of the
Supermarionation television series, Thunderbirds. Source material
includes all episodes as well as the two movies Thunderbirds Are Go! and
Thunderbird 6. The purpose of the journal is to provide information and
enjoyment to both scholars and fans, and to promote interest in the
series.

Submission guidelines:

CFP: Thunderbirds Television Series (ongoing; journal)

updated: 
Saturday, February 21, 2004 - 5:02am
Joan Marie Verba

Call for Papers

Mobile Control
A Journal for the Thunderbirds Television Series

Mission Statement:

Mobile Control is a refereed journal for the study of the
Supermarionation television series, Thunderbirds. Source material
includes all episodes as well as the two movies Thunderbirds Are Go! and
Thunderbird 6. The purpose of the journal is to provide information and
enjoyment to both scholars and fans, and to promote interest in the
series.

Submission guidelines:

CFP: American Literary Stereotypes (3/15/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, February 21, 2004 - 5:02am
ANTONIA DOMINGUEZ MIGUELA

AMERICAN@ is accepting paper submissions for its Spring issue 2004.
          submission deadline: March 15.=20

The Spring 2004 issue will have a special focus on American literary =
stereotypes. Contributions may focus on one of the main subtopics =
below:

      - Native-American stereotypes.
    =20
      - Afro-American stereotypes.
    =20
      - Latino stereotypes.
    =20
      - Male and Female stereotypes.
    =20
      - Romantic stereotypes.
    =20
      - Stereotypes of the American Frontier.
    =20
      - City stereotypes.
    =20
      - Stereotype inversion.
    =20
      - Religious stereotypes.=20

CFP: American Literary Stereotypes (3/15/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, February 21, 2004 - 5:02am
ANTONIA DOMINGUEZ MIGUELA

AMERICAN@ is accepting paper submissions for its Spring issue 2004.
          submission deadline: March 15.=20

The Spring 2004 issue will have a special focus on American literary =
stereotypes. Contributions may focus on one of the main subtopics =
below:

      - Native-American stereotypes.
    =20
      - Afro-American stereotypes.
    =20
      - Latino stereotypes.
    =20
      - Male and Female stereotypes.
    =20
      - Romantic stereotypes.
    =20
      - Stereotypes of the American Frontier.
    =20
      - City stereotypes.
    =20
      - Stereotype inversion.
    =20
      - Religious stereotypes.=20

CFP: Romantic Border Crossings (6/1/04; no conf. dates noted)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
Jeffrey Cass

The International Conference on Romanticism announces its call for papers
for its 2004 Conference in Laredo, TX. The theme of the Conference is
Romantic Border Crossings, evoking a broad range of issues raised by the
concept of 'borders,' the often fuzzy boundary conditions that permeate all
areas of Romantic studies. Papers may focus upon colonialism, European and
American Orientalism, traveling theory, travel and imperialism, Romantic
geography, topographies, cartographies, international romanticisms, the
economies and contours of male desire, theoretical transitions in British
and American Romanticism, the borders between science and literature, the

CFP: Romantic Border Crossings (6/1/04; no conf. dates noted)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
Jeffrey Cass

The International Conference on Romanticism announces its call for papers
for its 2004 Conference in Laredo, TX. The theme of the Conference is
Romantic Border Crossings, evoking a broad range of issues raised by the
concept of 'borders,' the often fuzzy boundary conditions that permeate all
areas of Romantic studies. Papers may focus upon colonialism, European and
American Orientalism, traveling theory, travel and imperialism, Romantic
geography, topographies, cartographies, international romanticisms, the
economies and contours of male desire, theoretical transitions in British
and American Romanticism, the borders between science and literature, the

CFP: Romantic Border Crossings (6/1/04; no conf. dates noted)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
Jeffrey Cass

The International Conference on Romanticism announces its call for papers
for its 2004 Conference in Laredo, TX. The theme of the Conference is
Romantic Border Crossings, evoking a broad range of issues raised by the
concept of 'borders,' the often fuzzy boundary conditions that permeate all
areas of Romantic studies. Papers may focus upon colonialism, European and
American Orientalism, traveling theory, travel and imperialism, Romantic
geography, topographies, cartographies, international romanticisms, the
economies and contours of male desire, theoretical transitions in British
and American Romanticism, the borders between science and literature, the

CFP: Slavery (4/30/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
Joe Lockard

> BAD SUBJECTS
>
> SLAVERY Issue
> Call for Essays
>
> In 1853, concerning liberal politics that protested foreign slavery but
> ignored its own oppressions, Karl Marx connected the struggle against
> wage slavery directly with the struggle against race slavery in the US
> southern states. "The enemy of British Wage-Slavery has a right to
> condemn Negro-Slavery...a Manchester Cotton-lord -- never!" That same

CFP: Slavery (4/30/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
Joe Lockard

> BAD SUBJECTS
>
> SLAVERY Issue
> Call for Essays
>
> In 1853, concerning liberal politics that protested foreign slavery but
> ignored its own oppressions, Karl Marx connected the struggle against
> wage slavery directly with the struggle against race slavery in the US
> southern states. "The enemy of British Wage-Slavery has a right to
> condemn Negro-Slavery...a Manchester Cotton-lord -- never!" That same

CFP: Victorian Review: Literature and Money (5/15/05; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
SmtAndy8_at_aol.com

CFP: Literature and Money, Journal Issue (05/15/05).

Victorian Review
(Journal of the Victorian Studies of Western Canada and the Victorian Studies=20
Association of Canada).

Special issue on the topic of Literature and Money.

Guest editor:
Andrew Smith, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK.

CFP: STYLE: Poetics and Stylistics: Reviewers (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
David Gorman

STYLE is a journal of poetics and stylistics. Its primary editorial
focus is on the language of literature. The journal also has a secondary
focus on the history of literary and rhetorical criticism and theory.
STYLE aims to review new publications pertinent to these concerns.

Reviews vary in length from 1500 to 2500 words. With volume 38 (2004),
STYLE will introduce a new booknotes format, running from 500 to 1000
words. Interested reviewers should contact the editor, David Gorman:
dgorman_at_niu.edu.

CFP: STYLE: Poetics and Stylistics: Reviewers (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
David Gorman

STYLE is a journal of poetics and stylistics. Its primary editorial
focus is on the language of literature. The journal also has a secondary
focus on the history of literary and rhetorical criticism and theory.
STYLE aims to review new publications pertinent to these concerns.

Reviews vary in length from 1500 to 2500 words. With volume 38 (2004),
STYLE will introduce a new booknotes format, running from 500 to 1000
words. Interested reviewers should contact the editor, David Gorman:
dgorman_at_niu.edu.

CFP: STYLE: Poetics and Stylistics: Reviewers (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Friday, February 20, 2004 - 5:17am
David Gorman

STYLE is a journal of poetics and stylistics. Its primary editorial
focus is on the language of literature. The journal also has a secondary
focus on the history of literary and rhetorical criticism and theory.
STYLE aims to review new publications pertinent to these concerns.

Reviews vary in length from 1500 to 2500 words. With volume 38 (2004),
STYLE will introduce a new booknotes format, running from 500 to 1000
words. Interested reviewers should contact the editor, David Gorman:
dgorman_at_niu.edu.

UPDATE: Ecocriticism and Film, Photography, Television, Music (7/23/04; journal)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
M S Phillips

Call for Papers

Green Letters 6

Deadline: July 23rd 2004

Focus: 'Film - photography - television - music'

Green Letters, the journal of ASLE-UK (the Association for the Study of
Literature and the Environment), is devoted to exploring interdisciplinary
interfaces between humans and the natural and built environment.

Articles are invited for our Autumn 2004 edition on ecocriticism and film,
photography, television or music.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:

* A close reading of a particular text or work

* An examination of environmental representations in the work of a
particular director, screenwriter, photographer or musician

UPDATE: Ecocriticism and Film, Photography, Television, Music (7/23/04; journal)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
M S Phillips

Call for Papers

Green Letters 6

Deadline: July 23rd 2004

Focus: 'Film - photography - television - music'

Green Letters, the journal of ASLE-UK (the Association for the Study of
Literature and the Environment), is devoted to exploring interdisciplinary
interfaces between humans and the natural and built environment.

Articles are invited for our Autumn 2004 edition on ecocriticism and film,
photography, television or music.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:

* A close reading of a particular text or work

* An examination of environmental representations in the work of a
particular director, screenwriter, photographer or musician

CFP: Invention Exercises for Composition and Creative Writing (ongoing; website)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
stevenj1_at_unr.edu

The Core Writing Program at the University of Nevada, Reno is compiling an
online repository of invention exercises for composition and creative writing
courses, not only for members of the UNR community but for interested
instructors nationwide. We are looking to create a site that will give
instructors ideas for writing activities that can be built upon over the course
of an entire semester and satisfy the aims of a process-oriented writing
course. For complete submission guidelines, please visit the following website:
http://www.unr.edu/cla/engl/cwp/InventionProject.htm. Please contact Steven

CFP: Invention Exercises for Composition and Creative Writing (ongoing; website)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
stevenj1_at_unr.edu

The Core Writing Program at the University of Nevada, Reno is compiling an
online repository of invention exercises for composition and creative writing
courses, not only for members of the UNR community but for interested
instructors nationwide. We are looking to create a site that will give
instructors ideas for writing activities that can be built upon over the course
of an entire semester and satisfy the aims of a process-oriented writing
course. For complete submission guidelines, please visit the following website:
http://www.unr.edu/cla/engl/cwp/InventionProject.htm. Please contact Steven

CFP: The Inklings and Mere Christianity (3/8/04; no conf. dates noted)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
Goodman, Crystal

"MERE CHRISTIANS, THEN & NOW"

How do the Inklings define "mere Christianity"? What essential doctrines
do they share in their Christian community? How do they express these
ideas through imaginative literature, philosophy, and theology? How is
"mere Christianity" applicable to contemporary Christianity?

Thematic papers on the essence of Christianity as developed in the
apologetic, theological, and/or literary works of C.S. Lewis and/or the
Inklings are especially welcome. To be eligible for conference acceptance,
complete papers or 250-word abstracts are due by March 8, 2004 (we have
extended our deadline).

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

updated: 
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: The Inklings and Mere Christianity (3/8/04; no conf. dates noted)

updated: 
Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 6:55am
Goodman, Crystal

"MERE CHRISTIANS, THEN & NOW"

How do the Inklings define "mere Christianity"? What essential doctrines
do they share in their Christian community? How do they express these
ideas through imaginative literature, philosophy, and theology? How is
"mere Christianity" applicable to contemporary Christianity?

Thematic papers on the essence of Christianity as developed in the
apologetic, theological, and/or literary works of C.S. Lewis and/or the
Inklings are especially welcome. To be eligible for conference acceptance,
complete papers or 250-word abstracts are due by March 8, 2004 (we have
extended our deadline).

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