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CFP: Currents in Electronic Literacy (4/30/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, March 29, 2004 - 6:27am
tjnelson_at_mail.utexas.edu

Call for papers on special journal topic "Intersections or Reflections: What Do
Technology and Literature Have to Say to One Another?"

The upcoming issue of Currents in Electronic Literacy
<http://currents.cwrl.utexas.edu> will provide a forum for the presentation and
discussion of technologically-informed work in literary studies. If literature
mirrors (and implicitly critiques) society, how has its academic study come to
reflect technological developments? Alternatively, where do literature and
technology intersect? Submissions might fit one of the following categories:

CFP: Currents in Electronic Literacy (4/30/04; e-journal issue)

updated: 
Monday, March 29, 2004 - 6:27am
tjnelson_at_mail.utexas.edu

Call for papers on special journal topic "Intersections or Reflections: What Do
Technology and Literature Have to Say to One Another?"

The upcoming issue of Currents in Electronic Literacy
<http://currents.cwrl.utexas.edu> will provide a forum for the presentation and
discussion of technologically-informed work in literary studies. If literature
mirrors (and implicitly critiques) society, how has its academic study come to
reflect technological developments? Alternatively, where do literature and
technology intersect? Submissions might fit one of the following categories:

CFP: Victorian Review (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Friday, March 26, 2004 - 3:12am
suhamilt

Announcement and CFP:Victorian Review

The Victorian Review, an inter-disciplinary journal of nineteenth-century
studies, is pleased to announce the publication of its most recent issue.

Articles include:

Mary Ellen Kappler, "Playing 'Theayter': Dramatic Performance in the
Late-Victorian Fictional Slum"

Marty Gould, "Anticipation, Transformation, Accommodation: The Great
Exhibition on the London Stage"

Robert Aguirre, "Exhibiting Degeneracy: The Aztec Children and the Ruins of
Race"

Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor, "Who Acts John Bull: Speculating on English
National Character and Modern Morality"

Reviews include

CFP: Victorian Review (no deadline; journal)

updated: 
Friday, March 26, 2004 - 3:12am
suhamilt

Announcement and CFP:Victorian Review

The Victorian Review, an inter-disciplinary journal of nineteenth-century
studies, is pleased to announce the publication of its most recent issue.

Articles include:

Mary Ellen Kappler, "Playing 'Theayter': Dramatic Performance in the
Late-Victorian Fictional Slum"

Marty Gould, "Anticipation, Transformation, Accommodation: The Great
Exhibition on the London Stage"

Robert Aguirre, "Exhibiting Degeneracy: The Aztec Children and the Ruins of
Race"

Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor, "Who Acts John Bull: Speculating on English
National Character and Modern Morality"

Reviews include

CFP: Mode: Interdisciplinary Humanities (grad) (4/2/04; journal)

updated: 
Friday, March 26, 2004 - 3:12am
Anita Nicholson

CFP: Graduate Journal - Mode

Graduate students in Cornell's Department of English are currently
accepting submissions for a new print journal of interdisciplinary
writing in the humanities. While there are no thematic limitations on
material, we encourage papers that emphasize interdisciplinarity,
genre-crossing, and intertextual thought.

**Details**

Deadline for Submissions:
Friday, April 2

Length:
10-20 pages

Format:
Please email your work as a Microsoft Word attachment (double spaced,
12-point) to pef4_at_cornell.edu.

Or snail mail a hard copy to Patrick Foran at:
Cornell University
English Department
250 Goldwin Smith Hall
Ithaca, NY 14850

CFP: &quot;Then and Now&quot;: Present-Day Concerns in Literature of the Past (12/31/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, March 26, 2004 - 3:12am
Leona Toker

=93Then and Now=94
Call for Papers=20
Partial Answers, a semi-annual journal of literature and the history of =
ideas, calls for contributions to a rubric that was announced in its =
January 2004 issue (2/1) and is expected to continue in the subsequent =
volumes, specifically in the June 2005 issue (3/2). Papers in this =
rubric will deal with the ways in which present-day concerns and ideas =
are prefigured in the literature of the past, thus placing recent =
developments in a historical perspective. The editorial board is =
especially interested in articles that combine this type of inquiry with =
insights into the artistic achievements of the works discussed.=20

CFP: Mode: Interdisciplinary Humanities (grad) (4/2/04; journal)

updated: 
Friday, March 26, 2004 - 3:12am
Anita Nicholson

CFP: Graduate Journal - Mode

Graduate students in Cornell's Department of English are currently
accepting submissions for a new print journal of interdisciplinary
writing in the humanities. While there are no thematic limitations on
material, we encourage papers that emphasize interdisciplinarity,
genre-crossing, and intertextual thought.

**Details**

Deadline for Submissions:
Friday, April 2

Length:
10-20 pages

Format:
Please email your work as a Microsoft Word attachment (double spaced,
12-point) to pef4_at_cornell.edu.

Or snail mail a hard copy to Patrick Foran at:
Cornell University
English Department
250 Goldwin Smith Hall
Ithaca, NY 14850

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