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CFP: Carbon: Notes from Underground (grad) (12/20/04; e-journal)

Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:50pm
Jason C Clegg

Carbon is a *new* electronic journal devised and disseminated by
students at California State University, Fresno.

Carbon is the pervasive element. It is the common substance of organic
life. The idea for the e-journal, not unlike the chemical element, is a
product of forces. Electronic publications continue to challenge
traditional notions of academic discourse. Patricia Bizzell provides a
useful definition for considering language-use in the academy:
"A primary way to define academic discourse is to see it as the language
of a community," which "shapes participants' way of looking at the world
– their worldview – including notions of what's real, normal, natural,
good, and true."

UPDATE: Philament: Retrospective (12/3/04; journal issue)

Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:49pm

Deadline extended:

UPDATE: Philament: Retrospective (12/03/04)

Philament invites contributions to its upcoming issue, Retrospective.

[nostalgia, or déjà vu, or the retrospective classification of the cannon;
testimony; memoirs – personal or cultural; commemoration; immortalization; text
vs. oral; print vs. cybertext; mnemonics; advertising; an author's collected
works or anthologies; "best of" music compilations; marginalia, editor's
footnotes, translation; reincarnation; reinvention; etc.]

Isn't writing immortalization? Publishing with us certainly is. Barthes would
kill me for that. And so blatant too.

CFP: Jungian Scholarly Society (2/5/05; e-journal)

Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:49pm
Darrell Dobson

Call for Papers
for the first edition of
Jung: The e-Journal of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies
Deadline February 5, 2005
To be published on-line April 10, 2005
Papers of up to 7500 words on any topic that implements, utilizes, or
critiques the relevance and application of Jungian and post-Jungian theory
for scholarly study. Topics may include (but need not be constrained to)
literature, the arts, humanities such as drama, visual art, myth and fairy
tale, pop culture, education, religion, film, music, architecture,
psychology, science, masculinity, and Jungian theory itself.

CFP: Bile: The Journal of Discontent (no deadline, e-journal)

Monday, November 15, 2004 - 4:49pm

"Bile: The Journal of Discontent"

Face it, you're angry.

There's a lot to be angry about. Bile is a new on-line journal of art,
letters, media and politics that seeks to embrace your indignation and
harness it as a trigger for progressive discussions and important
debates. Bile seeks to berate injustice, scold weak thinking, rebuke
the successes of the undeserving, and generally reprimand those who
produce, market, legislate, or enforce maddening drivel.