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UPDATE: Nineteenth-Century Pirates (2/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 13, 2004 - 3:10am
Grace Moore

>Contributions are solicited for an edited collection on Pirates and
>Mutineers in nineteenth-century literature. Deadline for abstracts
>extended to February 1st 2004.
>
>Suggested topics might include:
>
>Robert Louis Stevenson.
>Henry Newbolt.
>Dickensian pirates.
>Smugglers, buccaneers and privateers.
>Dialogues between real-life piracy and fiction.

UPDATE: Nineteenth-Century Pirates (2/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, January 13, 2004 - 3:10am
Grace Moore

>Contributions are solicited for an edited collection on Pirates and
>Mutineers in nineteenth-century literature. Deadline for abstracts
>extended to February 1st 2004.
>
>Suggested topics might include:
>
>Robert Louis Stevenson.
>Henry Newbolt.
>Dickensian pirates.
>Smugglers, buccaneers and privateers.
>Dialogues between real-life piracy and fiction.

CFP: Edward Said (9/30/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 12:55am
Michele Sharon

Call For Papers: a special issue of Social Text

Dear Friends and Colleagues,=20
The Social Text Collective invites submissions for a special issue
reflecting on the work of Edward Said. A Call for Papers is attached (in
Microsoft Word and RTF formats), and pasted below, for your convenience.=20

[Attachments are not allowed on the CFP list, so I've deleted this one,
but the cut-and-paste version is included below. --Erika Lin, CFP list
editor]

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SOCIAL TEXT

The Social Text Collective is pleased to accept papers for a forthcoming
special dossier on the work of Edward Said.=20

Deadline: September 30, 2004

CFP: Edward Said (9/30/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 12:55am
Michele Sharon

Call For Papers: a special issue of Social Text

Dear Friends and Colleagues,=20
The Social Text Collective invites submissions for a special issue
reflecting on the work of Edward Said. A Call for Papers is attached (in
Microsoft Word and RTF formats), and pasted below, for your convenience.=20

[Attachments are not allowed on the CFP list, so I've deleted this one,
but the cut-and-paste version is included below. --Erika Lin, CFP list
editor]

**********

SOCIAL TEXT

The Social Text Collective is pleased to accept papers for a forthcoming
special dossier on the work of Edward Said.=20

Deadline: September 30, 2004

CFP: Performing Pedagogy: (Re)-Productions of Early Modern Culture in the Classroom (1/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 12:55am
Shannon Reed

Performing Pedagogy: (Re)-Productions of Early Modern Culture in the Classroom
A collection of articles.

The book will have three parts. We are taking submissions for parts I and II. Participants to sections I and II will contribute to an online discussion (a private weblog) that will provide the basis for section III.

I. Pedagogy in the early modern period

   How did the Early Modern classroom shape subjectivity? What ideological practices informed Early Modern pedagogy? How did those practices infiltrate the extra-curricular culture? What canons of texts (both ancient and modern) and methods constituted the study of literature (poesy) in early modern classrooms?

II. Pedagogy of the early modern period

CFP: Performing Pedagogy: (Re)-Productions of Early Modern Culture in the Classroom (1/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 12:55am
Shannon Reed

Performing Pedagogy: (Re)-Productions of Early Modern Culture in the Classroom
A collection of articles.

The book will have three parts. We are taking submissions for parts I and II. Participants to sections I and II will contribute to an online discussion (a private weblog) that will provide the basis for section III.

I. Pedagogy in the early modern period

   How did the Early Modern classroom shape subjectivity? What ideological practices informed Early Modern pedagogy? How did those practices infiltrate the extra-curricular culture? What canons of texts (both ancient and modern) and methods constituted the study of literature (poesy) in early modern classrooms?

II. Pedagogy of the early modern period

UPDATE: Re-imagining Identity (2/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 12:55am
Mester Literary Journal

Mester

Call for Papers

Mester, the yearly graduate student academic journal of the Department of
Spanish and Portuguese at UCLA, seeks articles for its Special Issue to b=
e
published in June 2004, which will be devoted to:

Transformations: Re-imagining Identity

UPDATE: Re-imagining Identity (2/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 12:55am
Mester Literary Journal

Mester

Call for Papers

Mester, the yearly graduate student academic journal of the Department of
Spanish and Portuguese at UCLA, seeks articles for its Special Issue to b=
e
published in June 2004, which will be devoted to:

Transformations: Re-imagining Identity

CFP: North American University Presses (11/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2004 - 2:10am
Jagodzinski, Cecile

I am seeking contributors for a volume in the Dictionary of Literary
Biography series with the working title _North American University
Presses_. Entries will range in length from 3000-8000 words, and offer
a chronological overview of the history of each press, discuss the
press's significance, editorial emphases, and current publishing
activities. Contributors receive a small honorarium and a copy of the
volume. The deadline for submission of completed entries is 1 November
2004.

CFP: North American University Presses (11/1/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2004 - 2:10am
Jagodzinski, Cecile

I am seeking contributors for a volume in the Dictionary of Literary
Biography series with the working title _North American University
Presses_. Entries will range in length from 3000-8000 words, and offer
a chronological overview of the history of each press, discuss the
press's significance, editorial emphases, and current publishing
activities. Contributors receive a small honorarium and a copy of the
volume. The deadline for submission of completed entries is 1 November
2004.

CFP: Alchemy & Alfred Jarry (no deadline noted; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, January 9, 2004 - 2:10am
cal clements

This is to announce "The Alchemy Issue" of Pataphysica, journal
of a certain science. A symbolic science of imaginary
solutions, alchemy is a branch of pataphysics, the "science of
sciences" founded by Alfred Jarry (1873-1907). Jarry's own work
is steeped in alchemical allusions, from (among many other
instances) his 1894 exhortation to "study conjunctions!"
("Visions Present and Future"); to his 1898 "neo-scientific"
novel Exploits and Opinions of Dr. Faustroll, pataphysician,
where the evicting locksmith, Mr. Lourdeau, resides at "205 rue
Nicolas Flamel" (Flamel was a legendary 14th century alchemist);
to his 1899 "Automovable Feast" in Père Ubu's Illustrated

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