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UPDATE: Teaching Bibliography & Book History (various; collection)

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Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 6:51am
annhawkins

UPDATE...

A number of potential contributors have requested time past the=20
original deadline to submit an abstract to the "Teaching Bibliography=20
and Book History" collection. Therefore, it only seems fair to offer=20
the same opportunity to others as well.

If you were interested in submitting a proposal but missed the deadline=20=

due to other obligations, please contact me and we'll set up a new=20
deadline.

Thanks to all those who submitted proposals--I will be sending those=20
along to the editorial board in the next week.

I've appended the original call below my signature.

Ann Hawkins

UPDATE: Teaching Bibliography & Book History (various; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 6:51am
annhawkins

UPDATE...

A number of potential contributors have requested time past the=20
original deadline to submit an abstract to the "Teaching Bibliography=20
and Book History" collection. Therefore, it only seems fair to offer=20
the same opportunity to others as well.

If you were interested in submitting a proposal but missed the deadline=20=

due to other obligations, please contact me and we'll set up a new=20
deadline.

Thanks to all those who submitted proposals--I will be sending those=20
along to the editorial board in the next week.

I've appended the original call below my signature.

Ann Hawkins

CFP: British Short Story (no deadline noted; edited book)

updated: 
Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 6:51am
Andrew Maunder

Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story & Short Fiction

Contributors are sought for the above book (due for publication in early
2006) which aims to analyse the genre, covering the early nineteenth
century to the present:

Author biographies and bibliographies
Analyses of short stories and novellas
Literary themes and terms
Historical events that have influenced short story writers.

CFP: British Short Story (no deadline noted; edited book)

updated: 
Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 6:51am
Andrew Maunder

Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story & Short Fiction

Contributors are sought for the above book (due for publication in early
2006) which aims to analyse the genre, covering the early nineteenth
century to the present:

Author biographies and bibliographies
Analyses of short stories and novellas
Literary themes and terms
Historical events that have influenced short story writers.

CFP: British Short Story (no deadline noted; edited book)

updated: 
Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 6:51am
Andrew Maunder

Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story & Short Fiction

Contributors are sought for the above book (due for publication in early
2006) which aims to analyse the genre, covering the early nineteenth
century to the present:

Author biographies and bibliographies
Analyses of short stories and novellas
Literary themes and terms
Historical events that have influenced short story writers.

CFP: Social Semiotics (journal)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Terry Threadgold

GENERAL CALL FOR PAPERS

Social Semiotics is a refereed journal and has been published continuously for
14 years. The journal invites work that explores relationships between Culture,
Meanings and Practices in a broad range of contexts. We invite contributions
from anyone who feels at home in the transdisciplinary conjunction which the
journal represents. We would be interested in papers which deal especially (but
not exclusively) with the following topics:

- asylum seekers
- cultural geography
- space and identity
- risk and communication
- surveillance

Papers should be 5-7 000 words in length and referenced in the Chicago Style.

CFP: Social Semiotics (journal)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Terry Threadgold

GENERAL CALL FOR PAPERS

Social Semiotics is a refereed journal and has been published continuously for
14 years. The journal invites work that explores relationships between Culture,
Meanings and Practices in a broad range of contexts. We invite contributions
from anyone who feels at home in the transdisciplinary conjunction which the
journal represents. We would be interested in papers which deal especially (but
not exclusively) with the following topics:

- asylum seekers
- cultural geography
- space and identity
- risk and communication
- surveillance

Papers should be 5-7 000 words in length and referenced in the Chicago Style.

CFP: Interview Forum: Cultural Studies, Ethnography, and Anthropology (9/1/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
pbenson_at_fas.harvard.edu

CALL FOR PAPERS

IF: InterView Forum, the new, peer-reviewed online journal of OSEA (Open
School of Ethnography and Anthropology).

IF publishes firsthand materials from ethnographic fieldwork, as well as
hyperlinks to commentaries and provocations from reviewers and readers. IF
publishes materials that contribute to specific research areas and provoke
conceptual issues in cultural anthropology and cultural studies.

Documents suitable for submission are interviews, stories, life histories,
forums, focus groups, taped encounters or interactions, photography, audio
or video footage, and other forms of sustained discourse derived from
original fieldwork, understood in an expanded sense.

CFP: Ecocriticism and the Practice of Reading (11/1/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Long, Mark

Call for Papers

READER: Essays in Reader-Oriented Theory, Criticism and Pedagogy seeks submissions of essays for a special issue, "Ecocriticism and the Practice of Reading." We are interested in essays that explore and reflect upon reading-oriented theory and practical applications in composition and literary studies. What is the relationship between reading and ecological thinking? How does the practice of critical reading enrich the study of social and biological interrelationships? What pedagogical strategies for reading, interpreting, and analyzing texts (in and outside the classroom) contribute to the fundamental questions in reader-oriented theory, criticism and pedagogy. Why do we read? What do we read? How do we read?

CFP: Storm Jameson (5/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
cbrigant_at_carleton.edu

COLLECTION OF ESSAYS ON STORM JAMESON

Contributors are sought for a collection of original essays on Storm Jameson.
The deadline for 500-word abstracts is 15th May 2004.
It is intended that the volume should explore each of
the genres within which Jameson worked (novels, plays,
short stories, and literary criticism). I am particularly interested
in receiving contributions that address Jameson's fiction and literary
criticism after the 1930s and that consider the relationship of her work to that
of other women writers of her generation (Naomi Mitchison, Rose Macaulay, Sylvia
Townsend Warner, Rebecca West and others)

CFP: Literature Compass: Victorian Literature (website)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Bowling Kivmars

Call For Papers: Victorian Literature

Literature Compass is seeking papers on all topics in the study of Victorian literature.

Literature Compass (www.literature-compass.com), a new online resource from Blackwell Publishing, surveys new trends and developments in literary study. We publish original survey articles on new and important directions in criticism and theory (as well as a range of useful reference resources).

CFP: Wizards in Western Culture (9/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Michael Torregrossa

>> Call for Contributors <<

MASTERS OF MAGIC: ESSAYS ON WIZARDS IN WESTERN CULTURE
Deadline for Proposals: September 15, 2004

In J. R. R. Tolkien's THE LORD OF THE RINGS, the Hobbits are warned, "Do not
meddle in the affairs of wizards"; yet, few readers today, in a time when
the wizard features so prominently in both popular culture and scholarship,
would choose to follow this admonition. Accepting this as a given, proposals
are now being accepted for an essay collection co-edited by Charlotte A. T.
Wulf and Michael A. Torregrossa and investigating the figure of the wizard
in Western culture.

CFP: Wizards in Western Culture (9/15/04; collection)

updated: 
Friday, April 2, 2004 - 2:25am
Michael Torregrossa

>> Call for Contributors <<

MASTERS OF MAGIC: ESSAYS ON WIZARDS IN WESTERN CULTURE
Deadline for Proposals: September 15, 2004

In J. R. R. Tolkien's THE LORD OF THE RINGS, the Hobbits are warned, "Do not
meddle in the affairs of wizards"; yet, few readers today, in a time when
the wizard features so prominently in both popular culture and scholarship,
would choose to follow this admonition. Accepting this as a given, proposals
are now being accepted for an essay collection co-edited by Charlotte A. T.
Wulf and Michael A. Torregrossa and investigating the figure of the wizard
in Western culture.

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