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CFP: Derrida's Indian Philosophical Subtext (2/29/04; e-journal issue)

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Thursday, November 27, 2003 - 10:13pm
William Haney

CFP: Derrida's Indian Philosophical Subtext (29 Feb. 2004, Collection)

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Papers are invited for a special issue (August 2004) of the online, =
peer-reviewed journal _Consciousness, Literature and the Arts_ on =
Derrida's Indian philosophical subtext:

CFP: Derrida's Indian Philosophical Subtext (2/29/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, November 27, 2003 - 10:13pm
William Haney

CFP: Derrida's Indian Philosophical Subtext (29 Feb. 2004, Collection)

=20

Papers are invited for a special issue (August 2004) of the online, =
peer-reviewed journal _Consciousness, Literature and the Arts_ on =
Derrida's Indian philosophical subtext:

CFP: Teaching Short Fiction (2/29/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, November 27, 2003 - 10:11pm
James Kelley

Call for Papers: Teaching Short Fiction

Manuscripts are sought that address practical and/or theoretical
approaches to teaching the short story and other forms of short fiction.
These manuscripts will gladly be considered for inclusion in upcoming
issues of The Academic Exchange Quarterly, a peer-reviewed journal that
appears in both print and electronic versions and enjoys wide
circulation.

CFP: South Carolina Folklife (3/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, November 27, 2003 - 10:11pm
S. Criswell

The Publications Committee of the South Carolina Traditional Arts Network
(SCTAN) is proud to announce the planned publication of an edited volume on
folklore and folklife of South Carolina. The volume will be published by
the University of South Carolina Press.
We have just signed a contract with USC Press and have promised delivery of
all manuscripts by March 2004. All royalties from book sales will be
donated to SCTAN.
The purposes of the volume are to promote South Carolina folk traditions to
a wider audience, to increase community awareness of and pride in local
traditions, and to increase our state's awareness of our own cultural

CFP: South Carolina Folklife (3/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, November 27, 2003 - 10:11pm
S. Criswell

The Publications Committee of the South Carolina Traditional Arts Network
(SCTAN) is proud to announce the planned publication of an edited volume on
folklore and folklife of South Carolina. The volume will be published by
the University of South Carolina Press.
We have just signed a contract with USC Press and have promised delivery of
all manuscripts by March 2004. All royalties from book sales will be
donated to SCTAN.
The purposes of the volume are to promote South Carolina folk traditions to
a wider audience, to increase community awareness of and pride in local
traditions, and to increase our state's awareness of our own cultural