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CFP: Literature and Ethics (12/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, October 2, 2003 - 12:14am
Anna Fahraeus

"Literature and Ethics: This is an open call for submission proposals
focusing on any of the sub-topics of literature and ethics presented
below for a collection to be published in the fall of 2004. The
objective of the proposed study is to reassess the place of ethics in
literary studies and present and differentiate the many different
issues currently being addressed under the broadly conceived rubric of

Literature and Ethics.

Ethics and historical approaches to literature
The ethos of the text
Ethics and the reader
Literary criticism and ethics
Postcolonial studies and ethics
Cultural studies and ethics

CFP: Cross-Cultural Expressions of Spirituality (1/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, October 2, 2003 - 12:07am
BioDun Ogundayo

Recent events have led to reappraisals of religion and spirituality.
This creates an opportunity to collect in one volume the different and
differing perspectives and interpretations of what it means to be
religious or spiritual today. Essays intended for an international
audience are therefore solicited for inclusion in a collection
tentatively entitled "Uniqueness and Versatility: Cross-Cultural
Expressions of Spirituality". The book is to bring together innovative
but readable explorations of religious, mythological, cosmological and
theological texts.

CFP: Cross-Cultural Expressions of Spirituality (1/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, October 2, 2003 - 12:07am
BioDun Ogundayo

Recent events have led to reappraisals of religion and spirituality.
This creates an opportunity to collect in one volume the different and
differing perspectives and interpretations of what it means to be
religious or spiritual today. Essays intended for an international
audience are therefore solicited for inclusion in a collection
tentatively entitled "Uniqueness and Versatility: Cross-Cultural
Expressions of Spirituality". The book is to bring together innovative
but readable explorations of religious, mythological, cosmological and
theological texts.

CFP: Cross-Cultural Expressions of Spirituality (1/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, October 2, 2003 - 12:07am
BioDun Ogundayo

Recent events have led to reappraisals of religion and spirituality.
This creates an opportunity to collect in one volume the different and
differing perspectives and interpretations of what it means to be
religious or spiritual today. Essays intended for an international
audience are therefore solicited for inclusion in a collection
tentatively entitled "Uniqueness and Versatility: Cross-Cultural
Expressions of Spirituality". The book is to bring together innovative
but readable explorations of religious, mythological, cosmological and
theological texts.

CFP: /thirdspace/: Representation and Transgressive Sexualities (10/15/03; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, October 1, 2003 - 11:56pm
Jessica Blaustein

/thirdspace/ Representation and Transgressive Sexualities (due 10/15/03)

Second call & extended deadline. Please distribute widely.

/thirdspace/: the journal for emerging feminist scholars
www.thirdspace.ca

Special Issue on Representation and Transgressive Sexualities *Extended
deadline: October 15, 2003*

The editors of the premier journal for emerging feminist scholars,
/thirdspace/, invite you to contribute your work for our March 2004
special issue on representation and transgressive sexualities.

CFP: Defining the Americas: Media Within/Across Borders (1/16/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, September 21, 2003 - 7:47pm
Afsheen J. Nomai

Call for Papers: THE VELVET LIGHT TRAP
A CRITICAL JOURNAL OF FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES
Defining the Americas: Media Within/Across Borders

The history of the American continents has long been one of establishing and
crossing borders. From pre-colonial times to the present, people and
cultures define and redefine themselves and their borders, especially in
response to perceived conquest opportunities or threats. As cultural
discourse, media interrogates the construction of identity within and beyond
national or other boundaries.

CFP: Defining the Americas: Media Within/Across Borders (1/16/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, September 21, 2003 - 7:47pm
Afsheen J. Nomai

Call for Papers: THE VELVET LIGHT TRAP
A CRITICAL JOURNAL OF FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES
Defining the Americas: Media Within/Across Borders

The history of the American continents has long been one of establishing and
crossing borders. From pre-colonial times to the present, people and
cultures define and redefine themselves and their borders, especially in
response to perceived conquest opportunities or threats. As cultural
discourse, media interrogates the construction of identity within and beyond
national or other boundaries.

CFP: Role of Narrative in Religious Traditions (10/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, September 21, 2003 - 7:46pm
James Kee

INTERFACES, a bilingual French/English journal, invites essays for a
series of issues focusing upon the representational role of narrative in
religious traditions, whether in word or image. The issues will be
concerned especially with narrative's irreducible functions and with the
need within traditions for certain basic narratives to be re-told. Essays
may focus upon narratives from any major religious tradition; those that
foster dialogue between traditions-for example, by taking up tales common
to more than one-are especially welcome. The journal's plural title
announces its particular commitment to scholarship that explores
interdisciplinary interfaces.

CFP: Role of Narrative in Religious Traditions (10/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, September 21, 2003 - 7:46pm
James Kee

INTERFACES, a bilingual French/English journal, invites essays for a
series of issues focusing upon the representational role of narrative in
religious traditions, whether in word or image. The issues will be
concerned especially with narrative's irreducible functions and with the
need within traditions for certain basic narratives to be re-told. Essays
may focus upon narratives from any major religious tradition; those that
foster dialogue between traditions-for example, by taking up tales common
to more than one-are especially welcome. The journal's plural title
announces its particular commitment to scholarship that explores
interdisciplinary interfaces.

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