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CFP: InterCulture (ongoing; e-journal)

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Thursday, September 9, 2004 - 12:16am
Nicholas Ruiz

InterCulture is an e-journal focused upon the interdisciplinary study of
world cultures, the celebration and contemplation of cultural diversity,
and exploration of the commonalities of the human condition.
InterCulture exists to publish articles and media written from an
interdisciplinary perspective, without any preference for a particular
theoretical approach. Creative work, book, film and music reviews are
accepted as well.

InterCulture: http://www.fsu.edu/~proghum/interculture/homepage.html

CFP: Fictionalizing Language Contact in Henry James (10/15/04; journal issue)

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Wednesday, September 8, 2004 - 11:40pm
Gert Buelens

In James's epistolary short story "A Bundle of Letters" the German and the
French characters write their letters in English just like the native
speakers of English. Essays are invited that address this striking lack of
linguistic mimetism (with subtle forms of compensation), as well as
questions such as:
. what is the language used "in reality" by the various American,
Italian, Parisian... characters in James's fictional worlds and how is their
communication reported textually (e.g. direct discourse in English or in
another language, with or without traces of linguistic interference
[code-blending, code-switching], or indirect discourse, translated or not,

CFP: Fictionalizing Language Contact in Henry James (10/15/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, September 8, 2004 - 11:40pm
Gert Buelens

In James's epistolary short story "A Bundle of Letters" the German and the
French characters write their letters in English just like the native
speakers of English. Essays are invited that address this striking lack of
linguistic mimetism (with subtle forms of compensation), as well as
questions such as:
. what is the language used "in reality" by the various American,
Italian, Parisian... characters in James's fictional worlds and how is their
communication reported textually (e.g. direct discourse in English or in
another language, with or without traces of linguistic interference
[code-blending, code-switching], or indirect discourse, translated or not,

CFP: Comics and Culture (12/10/04; journal issue)

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Wednesday, September 8, 2004 - 11:24pm
Douglas Dowland

The Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies seeks original essays, review essays,
and reviews for our Spring 2005 special issue, "Comics and
Culture," co-edited by Corey Creekmur and Thomas Keegan.

CFP: Nebula: Generalist/All Topics (10/27/04; e-journal)

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Wednesday, September 8, 2004 - 11:10pm
editors_at_nobleworld.biz

(Nebula 1.2 is NOW ONLINE at http://www.nobleworld.biz)
Nebula aims to represent as many diverse and various
intellectual systems of thought as possible in each issue.
We encourage articles that represent sound research and
logical argumentation in any field of academic study,
provided that the article is written in non-specialist
language and is therefore accessible to an inter-
disciplinary readership. Referencing style is open,
however both consistency and thoroughness are required.

CFP: Representing the Other (11/30/04; journal issue)

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Wednesday, September 8, 2004 - 11:06pm
Denise

CFP: Representing the other (11/30/04; journal issue)
Litteralis: Studies and debates in literature, linguistics and arts
seeks submissions for a special issue devoted to the representation of the
other.

Who is the "other"? In general terms, simply the one whose existence is
separated from one´s self. Even when thought in such simplistic terms,
the other is crucial in the construction of the concept of the self, both
defining one´s location in the world and being a reference in the
formulation of what constitutes normalcy.