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CFP: The AnaChronisT: All Topics (4/5/04; yearbook)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
The AnaChronisT

The AnaChronisT,

a peer-reviewed yearbook published by the Department
of English Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest,
Hungary,

invites research papers, interviews, and book reviews on
literatures in English for its next issue, to be published in
December 2004. All topics acceptable. Papers are to be
submitted by Monday, 5 April 2004.

The AnaChronisT welcomes submissions by graduate and
doctoral students as well as academics. The requirements
of application are as follows:

- the text in Word or RTF document format sent to the
following e-mail address: anachronist_at_freemail.hu (your
paper should not exceed 10,000 words, including
footnotes);

CFP: Job Search in Academe (2/28/04; collection)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Dawn Formo

Academic Job Search--Snags, Successes, and Materials

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We are looking for email conversations about recent personal

experiences on the job market for the second edition of Job Search=20

in Academe. The revised edition will be updated to include advice,=20

scenarios, successes, and snags from Master's level and PhD=20

candidates about academic and corporate job searches. The authors=20

will build contributions in collaboration with contributors. You can=20

be anonymous or named and titled. You may contribute a good quote or=20

a case study. Your only time commitment is your email correspondence=20

with us, but your contributions make the book.

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UPDATE: Victorian Studies Bulletin (2/12/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Rachel Bright

UPDATE: My computer had a slight meltdown over the weekend and unfortunately
all of my saved email has been irretrievably lost. If you sent information
for submission to the March VSB prior to February 1, please resend your
information (deadline Feb. 12). I'm including the original CFP below.

Thank you!
Rachel Bright
Co-editor, VSB
rbright_at_temple.edu

*****************************************************
Please forward this message as necessary:

The Victorian Studies Bulletin is beginning to collect information and copy
for the March 2004 issue on the following subjects:

UPDATE: Victorian Studies Bulletin (2/12/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Rachel Bright

UPDATE: My computer had a slight meltdown over the weekend and unfortunately
all of my saved email has been irretrievably lost. If you sent information
for submission to the March VSB prior to February 1, please resend your
information (deadline Feb. 12). I'm including the original CFP below.

Thank you!
Rachel Bright
Co-editor, VSB
rbright_at_temple.edu

*****************************************************
Please forward this message as necessary:

The Victorian Studies Bulletin is beginning to collect information and copy
for the March 2004 issue on the following subjects:

UPDATE: Re-imagining Identity (3/15/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Mester Literary Journal

MESTER LITERARY JOURNAL
CALL FOR PAPERS

Please notice extended deadline: March 15th, 2004

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

The centennial celebrations of Alejo Carpentier and Pablo Neruda, whose
works contributed to new representations of Latin American identity, serv=
e
to highlight how this concept has been re-imagined over the years. In thi=
s
Special Issue we seek to explore the topic of identity from a wide range =
of
scholarly points of view.

UPDATE: Re-imagining Identity (3/15/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Mester Literary Journal

MESTER LITERARY JOURNAL
CALL FOR PAPERS

Please notice extended deadline: March 15th, 2004

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

The centennial celebrations of Alejo Carpentier and Pablo Neruda, whose
works contributed to new representations of Latin American identity, serv=
e
to highlight how this concept has been re-imagined over the years. In thi=
s
Special Issue we seek to explore the topic of identity from a wide range =
of
scholarly points of view.

UPDATE: Reading Rocky Horror (no deadline noted; edited collection)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Jeffrey Weinstock

Although the announced deadline for submissions for the _Reading Rocky
Horror: The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Popular Culture_ edited collection
project has passed, I will still consider additional submissions.

The initial cfp netted a fine group of essays, but one too narrowly focused
on issues of spectatorship or gender. I will still consider essays on those
topics, but am most interested in submissions that tackle the film, its
cult, and its influence from other perspectives.

If you are interested in developing an essay, please contact me at
<Jeffrey.Weinstock_at_cmich.edu> or (989) 774-3101.

UPDATE: Reading Rocky Horror (no deadline noted; edited collection)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Jeffrey Weinstock

Although the announced deadline for submissions for the _Reading Rocky
Horror: The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Popular Culture_ edited collection
project has passed, I will still consider additional submissions.

The initial cfp netted a fine group of essays, but one too narrowly focused
on issues of spectatorship or gender. I will still consider essays on those
topics, but am most interested in submissions that tackle the film, its
cult, and its influence from other perspectives.

If you are interested in developing an essay, please contact me at
<Jeffrey.Weinstock_at_cmich.edu> or (989) 774-3101.

UPDATE: Reading Rocky Horror (no deadline noted; edited collection)

updated: 
Sunday, February 8, 2004 - 12:50am
Jeffrey Weinstock

Although the announced deadline for submissions for the _Reading Rocky
Horror: The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Popular Culture_ edited collection
project has passed, I will still consider additional submissions.

The initial cfp netted a fine group of essays, but one too narrowly focused
on issues of spectatorship or gender. I will still consider essays on those
topics, but am most interested in submissions that tackle the film, its
cult, and its influence from other perspectives.

If you are interested in developing an essay, please contact me at
<Jeffrey.Weinstock_at_cmich.edu> or (989) 774-3101.

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