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CFP: 20th-Century Australian Literature (8/31/05; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 10:38pm
Nicholas Birns

Rebecca McNeer of Ohio University and Nicholas Birns of New School
University (New York) are co-editing a Companion to Twentieth-Century
Australian Literature to be published in 2007 by Boydell and
Brewer/University of Rochester Press. Most of the entries have already
been assigned but there are a few entries still available:
 
 
1. Writing Aboriginality (from 1788 to 1988; excludes post-Mabo
developments)
2. Dorothy Hewett
3. Dransfield and His Generation
4. The Demidenko Affair and Hoaxes in Australian Literature
      
5. Contemporary Drama (From early David Williamson to present)
          
6. Poetry of the 1990s/2000s (emphasis on poets born after 1960)

CFP: Developing a Teaching Philosophy (9/22/04; e-journal)

updated: 
Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 7:26pm
Nels P. Highberg

Lore: An E-journal for Teachers of Writing seeks submissions for the Job
Strategies section of the Fall 2004 issue. Almost everyone who chooses to
teach composition does so because of a drive to teach, whether that drive
comes from enjoyment, a sense of purpose, or something else. Even when we
love teaching, however, we often face a challenge when we try to describe
what forms the foundation not only of why we teach but also how we
teach. For many job applicants, one of the most stressful documents to
create is the teaching philosophy. How do we articulate principles that
have often remained unspoken, ideas that also represent core beliefs that
shape one of our primary identities: composition instructor?

CFP: Literature and the Scottish Reformation (UK) (11/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 4:45pm
C Gribben

Call for Papers:

"Literature and the Scottish reformation"

Papers are invited, for a major essay collection, addressing the
relationships between literature and the Scottish reformation. Papers that
deal with drama, puritanism or critical theory are particularly welcomed.
Please fax an abstract, by 31 November 2004, to +44-161-275-3256 (Dept of
English & American Studies, University of Manchester).

Dr Crawford Gribben
Dept of English & American Studies
University of Manchester
Oxford Road
MANCHESTER, M13 9PL
United Kingdom

CFP: Literature and the Scottish Reformation (UK) (11/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 4:45pm
C Gribben

Call for Papers:

"Literature and the Scottish reformation"

Papers are invited, for a major essay collection, addressing the
relationships between literature and the Scottish reformation. Papers that
deal with drama, puritanism or critical theory are particularly welcomed.
Please fax an abstract, by 31 November 2004, to +44-161-275-3256 (Dept of
English & American Studies, University of Manchester).

Dr Crawford Gribben
Dept of English & American Studies
University of Manchester
Oxford Road
MANCHESTER, M13 9PL
United Kingdom

CFP: Literature and the Scottish Reformation (UK) (11/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 4:45pm
C Gribben

Call for Papers:

"Literature and the Scottish reformation"

Papers are invited, for a major essay collection, addressing the
relationships between literature and the Scottish reformation. Papers that
deal with drama, puritanism or critical theory are particularly welcomed.
Please fax an abstract, by 31 November 2004, to +44-161-275-3256 (Dept of
English & American Studies, University of Manchester).

Dr Crawford Gribben
Dept of English & American Studies
University of Manchester
Oxford Road
MANCHESTER, M13 9PL
United Kingdom

CFP: Literature and the Scottish Reformation (UK) (11/31/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 4:45pm
C Gribben

Call for Papers:

"Literature and the Scottish reformation"

Papers are invited, for a major essay collection, addressing the
relationships between literature and the Scottish reformation. Papers that
deal with drama, puritanism or critical theory are particularly welcomed.
Please fax an abstract, by 31 November 2004, to +44-161-275-3256 (Dept of
English & American Studies, University of Manchester).

Dr Crawford Gribben
Dept of English & American Studies
University of Manchester
Oxford Road
MANCHESTER, M13 9PL
United Kingdom