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CFP: Hanif Kureishi (11/10/03; collection)

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Friday, October 17, 2003 - 5:02pm
Yousaf, Nahem

CALL FOR PAPERS

COLLECTION OF ESSAYS ON HANIF KUREISHI

Contributors are sought for a collection of original essays on Hanif
Kureishi's writing and filmmaking. The deadline for 500-word abstracts is
10th November 2003. It is intended that the volume should explore each of
the genres within which Kureishi works (novels, plays, screenplays, films,
short stories, essays and music criticism). I am particularly interested
in receiving contributions that take new approaches to his best-known
works and that explore facets of his oeuvre that have, as yet, received
little critical scrutiny.

CFP: Literary Onomastics (8/1/04; journal issue)

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Friday, October 17, 2003 - 4:46pm
Grant Smith

CFP: Literary Onomastics (8/1/04; journal issue)

Call For Papers
in
Literary Onomastics

The guest editors of Onoma No. 40 invite articles on any aspect of
"Literary Onomastics" for possible inclusion in the volume to be
published in 2005.

Onomastics refers to the study of names, and articles for this volume
will reflect a variety of critical approaches in considering the use
and/or function of names in literature. Articles may emphasize
specific critical theories or philosophies of language, the
morphology or typology of names, various methods in name study,
etymology and symbolism of names in a single work of literature, or a
comparison of works.

UPDATE: Professional Ethics (11/1/03; new journal)

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Friday, October 17, 2003 - 4:41pm
Marotta Joseph

Professional Ethics (11/01/03; new journal)

The deadline for submitting articles for the initial issue of
Professional Studies Review (formerly Journal of Professional Studies)
has been changed from October 15, 2003 to November 1, 2003.

For further information, please contact Dr. Joseph Marotta, St. John's
University (marottaj_at_stjohns.edu).

CFP: Science Fiction Foundation Essay Prize (grad) (5/31/04; journal)

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Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 9:09pm
Michelle Reid

The Science Fiction Foundation seeks entries for its annual graduate
essay prize.
£250 will be awarded for the best unpublished essay in science fiction
criticism.
The winning entry will be published in the journal 'Foundation'.

The judges of the competition are:
Andrew M. Butler (Canterbury Christ Church University College): editor
of 'Vector'
Elizabeth Hand: author and reviewer for 'The Magazine of F&SF'
Gary K. Wolfe (Roosevelt University, Chicago): reviewer for 'Locus'

The deadline for submissions is 31st May 2004.

Entrants must be registered for a higher degree.
The judges reserve the right to withhold the award.

CFP: Science Fiction Foundation Essay Prize (grad) (5/31/04; journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 9:09pm
Michelle Reid

The Science Fiction Foundation seeks entries for its annual graduate
essay prize.
£250 will be awarded for the best unpublished essay in science fiction
criticism.
The winning entry will be published in the journal 'Foundation'.

The judges of the competition are:
Andrew M. Butler (Canterbury Christ Church University College): editor
of 'Vector'
Elizabeth Hand: author and reviewer for 'The Magazine of F&SF'
Gary K. Wolfe (Roosevelt University, Chicago): reviewer for 'Locus'

The deadline for submissions is 31st May 2004.

Entrants must be registered for a higher degree.
The judges reserve the right to withhold the award.

CFP: Science Fiction Foundation Essay Prize (grad) (5/31/04; journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 9:09pm
Michelle Reid

The Science Fiction Foundation seeks entries for its annual graduate
essay prize.
£250 will be awarded for the best unpublished essay in science fiction
criticism.
The winning entry will be published in the journal 'Foundation'.

The judges of the competition are:
Andrew M. Butler (Canterbury Christ Church University College): editor
of 'Vector'
Elizabeth Hand: author and reviewer for 'The Magazine of F&SF'
Gary K. Wolfe (Roosevelt University, Chicago): reviewer for 'Locus'

The deadline for submissions is 31st May 2004.

Entrants must be registered for a higher degree.
The judges reserve the right to withhold the award.

UPDATE: The Sounds of Vision: Spectatorship and Aural Perception (11/15/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:54pm
fcolman_at_myriad.its.unimelb.edu.au

The deadline for the call for papers for this special issue has been
extended to November 15, 2003.

Call for Papers: The Sounds of Vision: Spectatorship and Aural Perception
Journal issue

The musical score, dialogue, and sounds of contemporary screen based
products of the past ten years have addressed a far more aurally
aware spectator, as demonstrated by the increasing complexities of
style and construction of the sound track. What might be some of the
methodological approaches that can account for the direction of the
spectatorial eye via the ear?

UPDATE: The Sounds of Vision: Spectatorship and Aural Perception (11/15/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:54pm
fcolman_at_myriad.its.unimelb.edu.au

The deadline for the call for papers for this special issue has been
extended to November 15, 2003.

Call for Papers: The Sounds of Vision: Spectatorship and Aural Perception
Journal issue

The musical score, dialogue, and sounds of contemporary screen based
products of the past ten years have addressed a far more aurally
aware spectator, as demonstrated by the increasing complexities of
style and construction of the sound track. What might be some of the
methodological approaches that can account for the direction of the
spectatorial eye via the ear?

CFP: The Re-Enchantment of the World (3/1/04; collection)

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Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:53pm
Joshua Landy

Original essays are invited for a collection entitled _The Re-Enchantment
of the World_. This interdisciplinary volume will explore a range of
secular strategies for finding enchantment in a desacralized and rational
world. The editors are interested in essays from a variety of fields,
including history, literary criticism, sociology, philosophy, art history,
and anthropology. (Essays on manifestations of the "New Age" are unlikely
to be considered, however.) Send an abstract of 250 words to Joshua Landy
(landy_at_stanford.edu) and Michael Saler (mtsaler_at_ucdavis.edu) by March 1,
2004.

CFP: Writing Assessment, Evaluation (4/1/04; journal issue)

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Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:47pm
Mahon, Wade

Call for Papers

Issues in Writing

Special Issue: Writing assessment/evaluation

As educators reconsider traditional approaches to teaching writing, they
must naturally reconsider assessing student writing. Whether the
assessment is objective, discursive, cumulative, or some combination of
the three, educators must still confront the issues of the reliability
of the instrument, the practicality of administering it, and how to
interpret the results. The important questions include the following:
How does one define good writing? How do we measure writing
improvement? If writing is a process, why do we assess product, or
should we?

CFP: The Postmodern Imagination and Beyond (no deadline; e-journal)

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Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:30pm
Strecker, Trey

The electronic English Studies Forum invites the submission of innovative
critical studies and creative writing for its forum on "The Postmodern
Imagination and Beyond." This site explores the postmodern imagination as
well as the postmodern understanding of the nature/role of imagination in
contemporary literature and culture. What distinguishes the
post-postmodern imagination?

Send inquiries or submissions to:

Trey Strecker, Editor in Chief
English Studies Forum
Department of English
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306-0460
tstrecker_at_bsu.edu

CFP: The Postmodern Imagination and Beyond (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:30pm
Strecker, Trey

The electronic English Studies Forum invites the submission of innovative
critical studies and creative writing for its forum on "The Postmodern
Imagination and Beyond." This site explores the postmodern imagination as
well as the postmodern understanding of the nature/role of imagination in
contemporary literature and culture. What distinguishes the
post-postmodern imagination?

Send inquiries or submissions to:

Trey Strecker, Editor in Chief
English Studies Forum
Department of English
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306-0460
tstrecker_at_bsu.edu

CFP: Image, Story, Conversation (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:29pm
Strecker, Trey

The online English Studies Forum invites innovative critical and creative
submissions for its "Image, Story, Conversation" forum. ESF's "Image,
Story, Conversation" site considers the ways we imagine our world in
archetypal patterns, three of which are image, story, and conversation.

Send inquiries or submissions to:

Trey Strecker, Editor in Chief
English Studies Forum
Department of English
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306-0460

CFP: Image, Story, Conversation (no deadline; e-journal)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:29pm
Strecker, Trey

The online English Studies Forum invites innovative critical and creative
submissions for its "Image, Story, Conversation" forum. ESF's "Image,
Story, Conversation" site considers the ways we imagine our world in
archetypal patterns, three of which are image, story, and conversation.

Send inquiries or submissions to:

Trey Strecker, Editor in Chief
English Studies Forum
Department of English
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306-0460

CFP: Intellectual Work in American Fiction 1865-1910 (1/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:23pm
Armstrong, Rick

I am proposing an edited collection on the issue of intellectual work and
certification in American fiction 1865-1910. Many realist writers of the
late nineteenth and early twentieth century were preoccupied with the value
of intellectual work, especially the profession of writing. This
preoccupation could be due to university reform which emphasized a more
practical education as opposed to the pre-Civil War moral education.

Essays in the collection should focus on the way "the culture of
professionalism" functions in the novels of the period.

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