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CFP: Fact & Fiction: An Anthology of Critical Articles on Australian Literary Studies (2/25/07; collection)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:14pm
Amit Sarwal

CFP: Fact & Fiction: An Anthology of Critical Articles on Australian Literary Studies (25/02/2007, Anthology)

Contributions are invited for an anthology of critical articles on Australian Literature aimed at B.A./M.A./M.Phil students and research scholars in India working in the field of Australian literature. The articles should be of 3000-5000 words and should engage with any one of the areas given below. The articles can be interdisciplinary in nature addressing these themes but keeping in mind that it is a literary anthology.

1. Australian Literary Studies in India
Overview
Challenges
Opportunities

CFP: Fact & Fiction: An Anthology of Critical Articles on Australian Literary Studies (2/25/07; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:14pm
Amit Sarwal

CFP: Fact & Fiction: An Anthology of Critical Articles on Australian Literary Studies (25/02/2007, Anthology)

Contributions are invited for an anthology of critical articles on Australian Literature aimed at B.A./M.A./M.Phil students and research scholars in India working in the field of Australian literature. The articles should be of 3000-5000 words and should engage with any one of the areas given below. The articles can be interdisciplinary in nature addressing these themes but keeping in mind that it is a literary anthology.

1. Australian Literary Studies in India
Overview
Challenges
Opportunities

CFP: Fact & Fiction: An Anthology of Critical Articles on Australian Literary Studies (2/25/07; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:14pm
Amit Sarwal

CFP: Fact & Fiction: An Anthology of Critical Articles on Australian Literary Studies (25/02/2007, Anthology)

Contributions are invited for an anthology of critical articles on Australian Literature aimed at B.A./M.A./M.Phil students and research scholars in India working in the field of Australian literature. The articles should be of 3000-5000 words and should engage with any one of the areas given below. The articles can be interdisciplinary in nature addressing these themes but keeping in mind that it is a literary anthology.

1. Australian Literary Studies in India
Overview
Challenges
Opportunities

CFP: Queen Elizabeth I Society (12/1/06; SCRC, 3/8/07-3/10/07)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Anna Riehl

CALL FOR PAPERS
FOUR OPEN SESSIONS ON
Queen Elizabeth I

Organized by the
THE QUEEN ELIZABETH I SOCIETY=20

Held in Conjunction with
Exploring the Renaissance 2007:
An International Conference
Sponsored by Our Lady of the Lake University

St. Antony Hotel in downtown San Antonio
March 8-10, 2007

Keynote Speakers:=20
Janel Mueller, "Elizabeth I's Translations"
Retha Warnicke, Elizabeth I and Mary Stewart: Two British Queens =
Regnant"
Debra Barrett-Graves, "Elizabeth I and Court Display"

Suggested Topics: the art, architecture, history, literature, politics, =
and
music=20
of the court of Elizabeth, particularly as these relate to the Queen.

CFP: Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy (1/19/07; journal issue)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Women's Studies

CFP: Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy (1/19/07; journal =
issue)=20
=20
Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal is seeking submissions for =
a special issue on Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy. =
Gertrude Stein's contemptuous disregard for patriarchal order and =
authority has long been a source of productive inquiry for women's =
studies, queer theory, and scholars of literary modernism. Her assertion =
that "there is too much fathering going on" and the recurring critiques =
of hierarchy and convention Stein strategically expresses through poetic =
form, language, and subject matter provide ready fodder for studies of =

CFP: Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy (1/19/07; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Women's Studies

CFP: Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy (1/19/07; journal =
issue)=20
=20
Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal is seeking submissions for =
a special issue on Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy. =
Gertrude Stein's contemptuous disregard for patriarchal order and =
authority has long been a source of productive inquiry for women's =
studies, queer theory, and scholars of literary modernism. Her assertion =
that "there is too much fathering going on" and the recurring critiques =
of hierarchy and convention Stein strategically expresses through poetic =
form, language, and subject matter provide ready fodder for studies of =

CFP: Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy (1/19/07; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Women's Studies

CFP: Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy (1/19/07; journal =
issue)=20
=20
Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal is seeking submissions for =
a special issue on Gertrude Stein, Authority, and the Patriarchy. =
Gertrude Stein's contemptuous disregard for patriarchal order and =
authority has long been a source of productive inquiry for women's =
studies, queer theory, and scholars of literary modernism. Her assertion =
that "there is too much fathering going on" and the recurring critiques =
of hierarchy and convention Stein strategically expresses through poetic =
form, language, and subject matter provide ready fodder for studies of =

CFP: William Carlos Williams Review (no deadline; journal issue)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Copestake_at_em.uni-frankfurt.de

The William Carlos Williams Review is actively seeking submissions. We
invite essays of varying length (12-36 pages) on any aspect of the life
and work of William Carlos Williams, and on his relationship to the
artistic, philosophical, social, and political movements of his day.
New theoretical approaches to Williams's work are particularly
encouraged. Authors may submit manuscripts as Word files or in hard
copy to:

  bryce.conrad_at_ttu.edu

CFP: William Carlos Williams Review (no deadline; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Copestake_at_em.uni-frankfurt.de

The William Carlos Williams Review is actively seeking submissions. We
invite essays of varying length (12-36 pages) on any aspect of the life
and work of William Carlos Williams, and on his relationship to the
artistic, philosophical, social, and political movements of his day.
New theoretical approaches to Williams's work are particularly
encouraged. Authors may submit manuscripts as Word files or in hard
copy to:

  bryce.conrad_at_ttu.edu

CFP: William Carlos Williams Review (no deadline; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Copestake_at_em.uni-frankfurt.de

The William Carlos Williams Review is actively seeking submissions. We
invite essays of varying length (12-36 pages) on any aspect of the life
and work of William Carlos Williams, and on his relationship to the
artistic, philosophical, social, and political movements of his day.
New theoretical approaches to Williams's work are particularly
encouraged. Authors may submit manuscripts as Word files or in hard
copy to:

  bryce.conrad_at_ttu.edu

CFP: World War I in America: Violence, Crime, Masculinity, Genre (12/1/06; 6/7/07-6/10/07)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Pearl James

Call for papers: World War I in America: Violence, Crime, Masculinity, Genre
 
I am looking for papers to include on a panel at the ³Space Between²
conference in Annapolis MD, June 7-10, 2007. See conference information at
the bottom of this email.
 
This panel will explore the relationship(s) between two things that are not
usually connected: World War I and the rise of crime, real and imagined, in
America. Papers might consider war's relationship to the actual rise of
violence in America in the 1920s and 30s, or to the burgeoning popularity of
crime fiction, gangster movies, and film noir. Did the war breed
criminality? Why? Are soldiers future ³criminals²? Or do they have a

CFP: World War I in America: Violence, Crime, Masculinity, Genre (12/1/06; 6/7/07-6/10/07)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Pearl James

Call for papers: World War I in America: Violence, Crime, Masculinity, Genre
 
I am looking for papers to include on a panel at the ³Space Between²
conference in Annapolis MD, June 7-10, 2007. See conference information at
the bottom of this email.
 
This panel will explore the relationship(s) between two things that are not
usually connected: World War I and the rise of crime, real and imagined, in
America. Papers might consider war's relationship to the actual rise of
violence in America in the 1920s and 30s, or to the burgeoning popularity of
crime fiction, gangster movies, and film noir. Did the war breed
criminality? Why? Are soldiers future ³criminals²? Or do they have a

CFP: Not Your Mother's Feminism (1/15/07; collection)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
kellie bean

Not Your Mother's Feminism
   
  Seeking contributors for a collection on feminist generations, tentatively entitled, "Not Your Mother's Feminism." I am specifically interested in hearing from those women who feel under represented within the struggle(s) for definitional control over the terms of feminist debate taking place in both academic and popular discourse. Contributors will likely be women who are too young to be Second Wave, too old to be Third Wave, and perhaps too theoretically (and academically) oriented to feel entirely "post-feminist."
   

CFP: Not Your Mother's Feminism (1/15/07; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
kellie bean

Not Your Mother's Feminism
   
  Seeking contributors for a collection on feminist generations, tentatively entitled, "Not Your Mother's Feminism." I am specifically interested in hearing from those women who feel under represented within the struggle(s) for definitional control over the terms of feminist debate taking place in both academic and popular discourse. Contributors will likely be women who are too young to be Second Wave, too old to be Third Wave, and perhaps too theoretically (and academically) oriented to feel entirely "post-feminist."
   

CFP: Not Your Mother's Feminism (1/15/07; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
kellie bean

Not Your Mother's Feminism
   
  Seeking contributors for a collection on feminist generations, tentatively entitled, "Not Your Mother's Feminism." I am specifically interested in hearing from those women who feel under represented within the struggle(s) for definitional control over the terms of feminist debate taking place in both academic and popular discourse. Contributors will likely be women who are too young to be Second Wave, too old to be Third Wave, and perhaps too theoretically (and academically) oriented to feel entirely "post-feminist."
   

CFP: Not Your Mother's Feminism (1/15/07; collection)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
kellie bean

Not Your Mother's Feminism
   
  Seeking contributors for a collection on feminist generations, tentatively entitled, "Not Your Mother's Feminism." I am specifically interested in hearing from those women who feel under represented within the struggle(s) for definitional control over the terms of feminist debate taking place in both academic and popular discourse. Contributors will likely be women who are too young to be Second Wave, too old to be Third Wave, and perhaps too theoretically (and academically) oriented to feel entirely "post-feminist."
   

CFP: Paths to Freedom (1/26/07; PCEA, 4/12/07-4/14/07)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
TCaruso

CALL FOR PAPERS

Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) Conference
April 12-14, 2007
Carriage House at Holiday Inn
West Chester, PA

PCEA invites proposals for panels or individual papers for the annual
conference to be held April 12-14, 2007 in West Chester, PA.

PATHS TO FREEDOM

CFP: Paths to Freedom (1/26/07; PCEA, 4/12/07-4/14/07)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
TCaruso

CALL FOR PAPERS

Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) Conference
April 12-14, 2007
Carriage House at Holiday Inn
West Chester, PA

PCEA invites proposals for panels or individual papers for the annual
conference to be held April 12-14, 2007 in West Chester, PA.

PATHS TO FREEDOM

CFP: Paths to Freedom (1/26/07; PCEA, 4/12/07-4/14/07)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
TCaruso

CALL FOR PAPERS

Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) Conference
April 12-14, 2007
Carriage House at Holiday Inn
West Chester, PA

PCEA invites proposals for panels or individual papers for the annual
conference to be held April 12-14, 2007 in West Chester, PA.

PATHS TO FREEDOM

CFP: Paths to Freedom (1/26/07; PCEA, 4/12/07-4/14/07)

updated: 
Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
TCaruso

CALL FOR PAPERS

Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) Conference
April 12-14, 2007
Carriage House at Holiday Inn
West Chester, PA

PCEA invites proposals for panels or individual papers for the annual
conference to be held April 12-14, 2007 in West Chester, PA.

PATHS TO FREEDOM

UPDATE: August Wilson issue of College Literature (4/15/07; journal issue)

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Friday, November 10, 2006 - 11:13pm
Carlton Floyd

Manuscripts from 5,000 to 10,000 words that reflect on August Wilson's
legacy and contribution to American culture are invited for a special
issue of College Literature. The editors—Cynthia Caywood and Carlton
Floyd of the University of San Diego and Marilyn Elkins of California
State University at Los Angeles—welcome contributions from all
disciplines that engage the full complexity of Wilson's work. We
encourage contributors to explore his work in a variety of ways: for
example, Wilson and history, Wilson and performance, performance
history, Wilson and women, Wilson and music, Wilson and folkways,
Wilson and place, Wilson and the migration narrative, Wilson and the

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