CFP: Exploration and Adventure in the 19th Century American West (1/15/04; journal issue)
ATQ Special Issue: Exploration and Adventure in the 19th Century American West
ATQ announces a special issue for 2004 on exploration and adventure in the nineteenth-century American West. This issue seeks to expand studies of exploration and adventure in the American West in light of recent developments in literary and cultural studies. This issue encourages considerations of well-known and less well-known explorations and adventures in the West.
Articles might engage questions such as:
- How might a study of exploration and adventure help us to reconsider relatively monolithic conceptions of the West as it relates to masculinity, femininity, race, and ethnicity?
- How did exploration and adventure shape specific shaped conceptions of regional and/or national identity? Of "nature" and "wilderness" in the United States?
- How did encounters between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples shape notions of exploration and adventure in the West?
ATQ encourages submissions from scholars in a variety of fields and disciplines for this issue. Interdisdiplinary approaches are especially welcome. ATQ will have the capacity to reproduce images for this special issue.
Please submit manuscripts (3,000 to 7,500 words) by January 15, 2004. Please follow the MLA Handbook. ATQ style allows for only five (5) End Notes. All submissions must be accompanied by sufficient return postage.
Address manuscripts or inquiries to:
Dr. Peter L. Bayers
ATQ Special Issue Editor--2004
Department of English, Independence Hall
60 Upper College Road, Suite 2
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, RI 02881
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