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CFP: Humanities in the South (journal)

updated: 
Friday, October 13, 2000 - 3:02pm
Alan Jackson

Humanities in the South, a nonfiction journal, seeks essays on the
full-range of Humanities. Though the title implies a Southern flavor,
the journal welcomes essays on all disciplines and all cultures. In
recent years, we have published essays on film, art, culture, religion,
philosophy, history, and literature. Humanities in the South is
distributed to nearly 200 writers and scholars, plus over 25 libraries,
including Yale, Harvard, Princeton, UNC, Vanderbilt, and Rice.

Deadlines for the 2001 issues are: December 1 for Spring and May 1 for
Fall. To submit, please send the essay to:

CFP: Postcolonial Studies (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 27, 2000 - 10:58pm
Barnett, Stuart (English)

The Connecticut Review is soliciting articles that either address the
notion of postcolonial studies theoretically or that address issues in
postcolonial studies by means of readings of cultural artifacts.

Send two copies in MLA style to:

Vivian Shipley
English Department
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven CT 06515

CFP: Dialogue: Journal for Writing Specialists (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 27, 2000 - 10:19pm
Susan Hunter

Since Fall, 1993, Dialogue: A Journal for Writing Specialists has provided
a forum for dialogue, debate, conversation--occasions for writing
specialists to talk to and with one another. The concept of "dialogue" is
promoted with the contents and varieties of discourse published in the
journal, as well as with the reviewing process.

CFP: Computer-Related Fiction (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 27, 2000 - 10:12pm
Martinkich_at_aol.com

Cyberfict is an annual journal (250-300 pages) devoted to computer-related
fiction of all kinds--including, but not restricted to, cyberpunk and other
futuristic fiction, fiction published on the Internet or on CD-ROM, the use
or influence of hypertext in fiction, and fiction-related Internet sites and
software.

CFP: Japanese essays on the English Renaissance (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, September 12, 2000 - 9:19pm
Allen Michie

Essays from Japanese scholars are solicited for a volume of Renaissance
essays in memory of the great Renaissance and Shakespeare scholar,
Harriett Hawkins of Oxford University. Essays, translated into English,
may be on any topic of Renaissance studies. Authors who knew Prof.
Hawkins or who have been influenced by her work are particularly
welcome.

Please send inquiries to this address:

Allen Michie
Department of English
P.O. Box 7387 Reynolda Station
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
27109-7387
USA

Email can be sent to michiea_at_wfu.edu.

CFP: Early Modern History, Culture, and Science (journal)

updated: 
Friday, September 1, 2000 - 9:09pm
G.Engel_at_EM.UNI-FRANKFURT.DE

Our journal "Zeistprünge. Forschungen zur Frühen Neuzeit"
(information on website of Verlag Vittorio Klostermann) is inviting
articles on early modern history, culture, and science. Articles are
published in German or English. Please submit your articles
- in printed form to:
   Zentrum zur Erforschung der Fruehen Neuzeit
   Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet
   D - 60054 Frankfurt am Main
- as an email attachment in Rich Text Format to
  G.Engel_at_em.uni-frankfurt.de

Yours,
G.Engel

Dr. Gisela Engel
Zentrum zur Erforschung der Fruehen Neuzeit
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet
D - 60054 Frankfurt am Main

Tel. (069) 7982 3282
Fax (069) 7982 5122

CFP: Distopia/Utopia (no deadline noted; e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 29, 2000 - 9:09pm
Kirsten Uszkalo

Subject: dis/utopia

Voyeuristic television programs such as Survivor and Big Brother, coupled
with the easy accessibility of information via the Internet and other modern
information sources, are a startling echo of the Distopian writings of
Orwell and Huxley. Have we succumbed to a Distopian order, or are we simply
on a bumpy path to a Utopian world?

CFP: Scope: film reviews (e-journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 22, 2000 - 9:00pm
Magnani Carolina

Scope, a fully refereed on-line journal of film studies edited by
staff and postgraduate students within the Institute of Film Studies
at the University of Nottingham, is looking for film reviews of about
1000/1500 words to be included in forthcoming issues. We are seeking
contributions on the movies listed below, but reviewers are welcome to
suggest other titles:

CFP: Mythosphere: A Journal for Image, Myth and Symbol (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 16, 2000 - 9:48pm
David Hull

A CALL FOR PAPERS

for
MYTHOSPHERE
Editor in Chief
William G. Doty
University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa

Mythosphere: A Journal for Image, Myth and Symbol is conceived as an
interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary journal in the humanities, and
intends to aim for integration of information across several disciplines and
fields of inquiry; authors will share their special expertise, not in the
highly technical diction of specialist journals, but rather on a level of
articulation appropriate for a wide range of scholars and educated readers
from different backgrounds alike.

CFP: The Communication Review (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 16, 2000 - 9:47pm
David Hull

ANNOUNCING NEW EDITORS

for
THE COMMUNICATION REVIEW
Co-Editors
Andrea L. Press and Bruce A. Williams
Institute of Communications Research
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

With the goal of exploring new, disciplined approaches to communication
studies, The Communication Review seeks a synthesis of concerns traditional
to the field of communication and humane studies scholarship. The journal's
heuristic division of the field into three analytical perspectives provide a
natural structure for creating new knowledge across conventional
disciplinary boundaries:

CFP: History of Intellectual Culture (e-journal)

updated: 
Saturday, August 12, 2000 - 2:33pm
mgcook_at_cadvision.com

History of Intellectual Culture
Call for Papers

History of Intellectual Culture is a new international electronic journal
that publishes peer-reviewed research papers on the socio-historical
contexts of ideas and ideologies and their relationships to community and
state formation, physical environments, human and institutional agency,
and personal and collective identity and lived experience. The journal
will highlight the viability and vibrancy of intellectual history as a
scholarly field, present new perspectives for research and analysis, and
stimulate critical discussion amongst scholars and students across
disciplines.

CFP: The Mickle Street Review: Whitman Studies/American Studies (journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 8, 2000 - 8:13pm
Lhhtbh_at_aol.com

The Mickle Street Review
Call For Papers

Named for the street in Camden, New Jersey, on which Whitman lived at the end
of his life, The Mickle Street Review is an on-line journal published by the
Rutgers University-Camden English department in cooperation with the Walt
Whitman Program in American Studies at Rutgers University-Camden and the Walt
Whitman House and Visitor Center.

CFP: Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution, 1600-1720 (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Friday, July 28, 2000 - 8:48pm
christopher baker

Contributors are being sought from among scholars of early modern
studies in all disciplines for the following reference work (edited by
Christopher Baker, series editor Ronald H. Fritze): ABSOLUTISM AND THE
SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION: 1600-1720. This is a Greenwood Press Original
Reference book in the series Interdisciplinary Biographical Dictionaries
of the Western World's Greatest Cultural Eras. The volume will focus on
significant cultural figures in literature, art, music, science, and
technology. It will not be primarily historical or political in focus
but rather broadly cross-disciplinary. If you would like to be
considered for inclusion as a contributor, please send a cover letter

CFP: NBC's "West Wing" (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, July 25, 2000 - 4:58pm
RollinsPC_at_aol.com

_WEST WING_ ANTHOLOGY PLANNED IN CONNECTION
    WITH PRESIDENCY CONFERENCE, November, 2001
        AT RONALD REAGAN PRES. LIBRARY

Peter Rollins (current Editor of Film & History) and John E. O'Connor
(founder of Film & History) are negotiating a contract for a book on
the soon-to-be-award-winning series WEST WING. (The series
has received 18 Emmy nominations.) The book will be published by a major
university press with special interest in television
and film studies.

UPDATE: Women Writers (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Wednesday, July 19, 2000 - 7:30pm
Kim Wells

********Women Writers********
Seeking Book Reviews & Critical Essays on/about women authors and Fiction &
Poetry *by* women writers for Women Writers: A Zine (an E-Journal).

Women Writers has been "live" for one year, and in that time has received
critical acclaim, and is rated one of the top 100 sites by and for women on
the Internet, as well as receiving over 26,000 visitors, from both U.S. and
international circles. We feature critical debate about women authors, and
provide a forum for publication for new contemporary women writers.

CFP: Asian American Poets (no deadline noted; collection)

updated: 
Friday, July 14, 2000 - 8:49pm
Guiyou Huang

> >>Call for Contributions to _Asian American Poets_, ed. Guiyou Huang
> >
> >This is a call for qualified contributors to write for _Asian American
> >Poets: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook_ to be published by
> >Greenwood Press. I have compiled a list of 120 names of Asian American
> >poets from which interested contributors may choose from. For details,
> >please email me at hguiyou_at_hotmail.com or huang_at_kutztown.edu and I will

CFP: Popular Fiction (no deadline; collection)

updated: 
Friday, July 14, 2000 - 8:41pm
Judith Pyko

Seeking contributors for Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction, an
ongoing print reference series recently acquired by the Gale Group that
offers analytical essays on the popular works of more than four hundred
authors, including John Grisham, Stephen King, Mary Higgins Clark, Poul
Anderson, John Updike, and Andre Norton.

CFP: nasty.cx: All Topics, esp. C20 (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, July 14, 2000 - 8:41pm
Nasty.cx Submissions

nasty.cx - the brattiest academics on the web.

nasty is looking for some partnes in crime. We're an online academic
publication, showcasing a community of academics on the web. Through
cutting, controversial articles and online discussion forums, we hope to
stimulate the minds of netizens around the world. You can help us.

nasty is currently on the lookout for English language conference-length
papers from academics in all realms of the humanities. We are
particularly interested in sociopolitical and literary papers, with a
focus on the modern/post-modern period.

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