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CFP: Women's Autobiography (ASAP; encyclopedia)

updated: 
Friday, September 19, 2003 - 5:00pm
Jo Malin

Supplemental entries to Encyclopedia

Jo Malin
SUNY-Binghamton
jmalin_at_binghamton.edu

Victoria Boynton
SUNY-Cortland

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS

         The editors of the two-volume Encyclopedia of Women's
Autobiography, to be published by Greenwood Press in 2005, are expanding
their list of entries with the addition of more entries on Women's
Autobiography from specific geographic regions and countries. Scholars are
invited to contribute one or more entries from the following list, which is
arranged in alphabetical order:

CFP: Women's Autobiography (ASAP; encyclopedia)

updated: 
Friday, September 19, 2003 - 5:00pm
Jo Malin

Supplemental entries to Encyclopedia

Jo Malin
SUNY-Binghamton
jmalin_at_binghamton.edu

Victoria Boynton
SUNY-Cortland

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS

         The editors of the two-volume Encyclopedia of Women's
Autobiography, to be published by Greenwood Press in 2005, are expanding
their list of entries with the addition of more entries on Women's
Autobiography from specific geographic regions and countries. Scholars are
invited to contribute one or more entries from the following list, which is
arranged in alphabetical order:

CFP: Modernism's Jews/Jewish Modernisms (9/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, September 19, 2003 - 5:00pm
Maren Linett

_Modern Fiction Studies_ invites submissions for a special issue on
"Modernism's Jews / Jewish Modernisms" guest edited by Maren Linett. We seek
essays focusing on the period 1890 - 1939 that analyze inscriptions of
Jewish "difference" in fiction, film, and other forms of narrative or
examine the ways Jewish writers and critics negotiated literary and social
terrains. Essays might, for example, trace the aesthetic or political work
accomplished by representations of Jewishness in particular texts; map
intersections among disparate cultural and linguistic contexts; consider
what it means to read prewar texts from our post-Shoah vantage point; or ask

CFP: Modernism's Jews/Jewish Modernisms (9/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, September 19, 2003 - 5:00pm
Maren Linett

_Modern Fiction Studies_ invites submissions for a special issue on
"Modernism's Jews / Jewish Modernisms" guest edited by Maren Linett. We seek
essays focusing on the period 1890 - 1939 that analyze inscriptions of
Jewish "difference" in fiction, film, and other forms of narrative or
examine the ways Jewish writers and critics negotiated literary and social
terrains. Essays might, for example, trace the aesthetic or political work
accomplished by representations of Jewishness in particular texts; map
intersections among disparate cultural and linguistic contexts; consider
what it means to read prewar texts from our post-Shoah vantage point; or ask

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