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CFP: Judaism and Homosexualities (5/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Corinne Blackmer

The editor of the proposed collection, called "Queer People of the Book:
Judaism and Homosexualities," seeks MLA formatted submissions of between
15-30 pps. Submissions should be well researched, engaging and, hopefully,
focus on topics and areas (i.e., medieval period) that have heretofore not
received much attention. But submissions are invited across historical
periods and disciplines, including Hebrew Scriptures and Ancient Israelite
Culture, commentaries on the laws, and the areas of Judaic, Queer, and
Women's Studies across various disciplines. Submissions can include what it
means to be queer and Jewish in pedagogical, religious, and political

CFP: Women's Short Fiction (3/31/04; anthology)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
joel.kuortti_at_tintti.net

Call for Papers

Women's Short Fiction

A volume of critical essays to be published by Atlantic Publishers &
Distributors. Co-editors: Dr. Mittapalli Rajeshwar and Dr. Joel Kuortti.

CFP: Women's Short Fiction (3/31/04; anthology)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
joel.kuortti_at_tintti.net

Call for Papers

Women's Short Fiction

A volume of critical essays to be published by Atlantic Publishers &
Distributors. Co-editors: Dr. Mittapalli Rajeshwar and Dr. Joel Kuortti.

CFP: Judaism and Homosexualities (5/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Corinne Blackmer

The editor of the proposed collection, called "Queer People of the Book:
Judaism and Homosexualities," seeks MLA formatted submissions of between
15-30 pps. Submissions should be well researched, engaging and, hopefully,
focus on topics and areas (i.e., medieval period) that have heretofore not
received much attention. But submissions are invited across historical
periods and disciplines, including Hebrew Scriptures and Ancient Israelite
Culture, commentaries on the laws, and the areas of Judaic, Queer, and
Women's Studies across various disciplines. Submissions can include what it
means to be queer and Jewish in pedagogical, religious, and political

CFP: Henry Roth's Short Stories (1/30/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Alan Gibbs

The Journal of the Short Story in English: Special Issue on Henry Roth.

Although Jewish American writer Henry Roth is best known as a novelist, he
also left behind a rich store of short stories, both published and
unpublished, at his death in 1995. The majority of published pieces,
collected together in the 1987 volume, Shifting Landscape, were written
during the 60-year period between his first novel, Call It Sleep and his
second Mercy of a Rude Stream.

CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no deadline; book)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Jeff Soloway

> CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no dealine; book)
>
> Facts On File, a New York publisher of reference books for high school and
> college students, is seeking a scholar to write or edit a one-volume
> encyclopedia of 19th and 20th century British drama. This volume will be
> marketed with our Companion to American Drama, to be published this month.
> The ideal author will have a Ph.D., broad knowledge of the subject, and an

CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no deadline; book)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Jeff Soloway

> CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no dealine; book)
>
> Facts On File, a New York publisher of reference books for high school and
> college students, is seeking a scholar to write or edit a one-volume
> encyclopedia of 19th and 20th century British drama. This volume will be
> marketed with our Companion to American Drama, to be published this month.
> The ideal author will have a Ph.D., broad knowledge of the subject, and an

CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no deadline; book)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Jeff Soloway

> CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no dealine; book)
>
> Facts On File, a New York publisher of reference books for high school and
> college students, is seeking a scholar to write or edit a one-volume
> encyclopedia of 19th and 20th century British drama. This volume will be
> marketed with our Companion to American Drama, to be published this month.
> The ideal author will have a Ph.D., broad knowledge of the subject, and an

CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no deadline; book)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Jeff Soloway

> CFP: Companion to 19th and 20th C. British Drama (no dealine; book)
>
> Facts On File, a New York publisher of reference books for high school and
> college students, is seeking a scholar to write or edit a one-volume
> encyclopedia of 19th and 20th century British drama. This volume will be
> marketed with our Companion to American Drama, to be published this month.
> The ideal author will have a Ph.D., broad knowledge of the subject, and an

UPDATE: Rocky Horror and Popular Culture (1/20/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Jeffrey Weinstock

The deadline for submissions has been extended to January 20th, 2004.

Contributions are invited for a collection of academic essays on The Rocky
Horror Picture Show and popular culture with appropriate publishing house
interest. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

UPDATE: Rocky Horror and Popular Culture (1/20/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Jeffrey Weinstock

The deadline for submissions has been extended to January 20th, 2004.

Contributions are invited for a collection of academic essays on The Rocky
Horror Picture Show and popular culture with appropriate publishing house
interest. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

CFP: Servants and Literature (9/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, November 20, 2003 - 6:03am
Gina Barreca

Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory is soliciting
submissions for a special issue on Servants and
Literature.

This issue will explore the role of domestic servants
in British, American, and/or world literature from a
variety of critical perspectives. We welcome
comparative approaches that link different regions,
periods, or genres as well as theoretically informed
readings of individual texts. Papers that address
writings by or for servants are also welcome.

Guest Editor:
Julie Nash, UMass Lowell

Deadline for submissions: September 1, 2004

Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory also welcomes
submissions for general issues.

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