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UPDATE: The English Record - High Stakes Testing (6/1/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:19pm
Jennifer Roy

UPDATE: New York State English Council's The English Record has
extended the submission date for papers on the topic: Testing, Testing,
1...2...3 until 6.1.2006.

Jennifer Roy
Editor, The English Record
jennifer.roy_at_wappingersschools.org

CFP: Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage (7/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:19pm
watkin_at_cord.edu

Contributions are invited for a proposed collection of essays on Victorian women poets and marriage with
the working title Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage. Victorian female poets�
perspectives on the institution of marriage and on the problem of balancing the demands of marriage and
the artist�s life are important but have not been adequately explored. Of course, Elizabeth Barrett
Browning certainly raises precisely these issues in Aurora Leigh, but many other female poets of the
nineteenth century concerned themselves with these same issues and resolved them in different ways,
sometimes choosing not to marry (Christina Rossetti and Adelaide Proctor), sometimes marrying with

CFP: Melvin B. Tolson Out of the Archive (5/5/06; MSA, 10/19/06-10/22/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:19pm
Grant Jenkins

Call for Papers

 

Panel for Modernist Studies Association 8

University of Tulsa

Oct 19-22

 

Melvin B. Tolson Out of the Archive

 

Melvin B. Tolson is one of the few African American writers (along with
James Emanuel, Stanley Edgar Hyman, and four items from Amiri Baraka) to
have his papers housed in the Library of Congress. Composed for 4,000
items including manuscripts of unpublished writing and correspondence
with some of America's most important literary figures, this archive is
an untapped wealth of resources about one of modernisms most important
figures and stands as a document of Modernism itself.

 

CFP: Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage (7/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:19pm
watkin_at_cord.edu

Contributions are invited for a proposed collection of essays on Victorian women poets and marriage with
the working title Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage. Victorian female poets�
perspectives on the institution of marriage and on the problem of balancing the demands of marriage and
the artist�s life are important but have not been adequately explored. Of course, Elizabeth Barrett
Browning certainly raises precisely these issues in Aurora Leigh, but many other female poets of the
nineteenth century concerned themselves with these same issues and resolved them in different ways,
sometimes choosing not to marry (Christina Rossetti and Adelaide Proctor), sometimes marrying with

CFP: Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage (7/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:19pm
watkin_at_cord.edu

Contributions are invited for a proposed collection of essays on Victorian women poets and marriage with
the working title Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage. Victorian female poets�
perspectives on the institution of marriage and on the problem of balancing the demands of marriage and
the artist�s life are important but have not been adequately explored. Of course, Elizabeth Barrett
Browning certainly raises precisely these issues in Aurora Leigh, but many other female poets of the
nineteenth century concerned themselves with these same issues and resolved them in different ways,
sometimes choosing not to marry (Christina Rossetti and Adelaide Proctor), sometimes marrying with

CFP: Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage (7/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:19pm
watkin_at_cord.edu

Contributions are invited for a proposed collection of essays on Victorian women poets and marriage with
the working title Victorian Women Poets and the Problem of Marriage. Victorian female poets�
perspectives on the institution of marriage and on the problem of balancing the demands of marriage and
the artist�s life are important but have not been adequately explored. Of course, Elizabeth Barrett
Browning certainly raises precisely these issues in Aurora Leigh, but many other female poets of the
nineteenth century concerned themselves with these same issues and resolved them in different ways,
sometimes choosing not to marry (Christina Rossetti and Adelaide Proctor), sometimes marrying with

CFP: Melvin B. Tolson Out of the Archive (5/5/06; MSA, 10/19/06-10/22/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:19pm
Grant Jenkins

Call for Papers

 

Panel for Modernist Studies Association 8

University of Tulsa

Oct 19-22

 

Melvin B. Tolson Out of the Archive

 

Melvin B. Tolson is one of the few African American writers (along with
James Emanuel, Stanley Edgar Hyman, and four items from Amiri Baraka) to
have his papers housed in the Library of Congress. Composed for 4,000
items including manuscripts of unpublished writing and correspondence
with some of America's most important literary figures, this archive is
an untapped wealth of resources about one of modernisms most important
figures and stands as a document of Modernism itself.

 

CFP: The First World War and Popular Culture (6/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
S J Gillis

Building on the success of the international First World War and Popular Culture conference (University of Newcastle, 2006), we are seeking submissions for contributions to the several publications emerging from the debates at this event. Conference delegates are already submitting revised abstracts - we now welcome submissions from those unable to join us.

CFP: The First World War and Popular Culture (6/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
S J Gillis

Building on the success of the international First World War and Popular Culture conference (University of Newcastle, 2006), we are seeking submissions for contributions to the several publications emerging from the debates at this event. Conference delegates are already submitting revised abstracts - we now welcome submissions from those unable to join us.

CFP: The First World War and Popular Culture (6/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
S J Gillis

Building on the success of the international First World War and Popular Culture conference (University of Newcastle, 2006), we are seeking submissions for contributions to the several publications emerging from the debates at this event. Conference delegates are already submitting revised abstracts - we now welcome submissions from those unable to join us.

UPDATE: Medievalism Transformed (grad) (UK) (5/8/06; 6/3/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Medievalism Transformed

Call for Papers

DEADLINE EXTENDED!!!

Medievalism Transformed:
Imagining the Medieval World

An interdisciplinary postgraduate conference,3 June 2006.

Submissions due 8 May, 2006.

Your proposal for a 20-minute paper should be no longer than 300 words. Please
make submissions electronically to medievalismtransformed_at_bangor.ac.uk by 8
May 2006. Proposals should be accompanied by your name, institutional
affiliation, email address, and contact information.

CFP: Le Sofa (ongoing; online journal)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Bénédicte Coste

Le Sofa (quaterly online publication, ongoing)

www.lesofa.org

Le Sofa is a new peer-reviewed online journal which=20
publishesbook-reviews, fiction, essays on contemporay topics, and=20
culture . Although Le Sofa is mainly a French-speaking journal you=20
might consider sending material in English.

Le Sofa is a quaterly publication but the editors welcome submissions=20
year-round. Mail us a project with a cover letter citing publications=20
and awards, if any. We will consider anything so long as the work is=20
compelling. Work considered experimental is strongly encouraged.

Unsolicited book reviews are also welcome.

UPDATE: Medievalism Transformed (grad) (UK) (5/8/06; 6/3/06)

updated: 
Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 2:18pm
Medievalism Transformed

Call for Papers

DEADLINE EXTENDED!!!

Medievalism Transformed:
Imagining the Medieval World

An interdisciplinary postgraduate conference,3 June 2006.

Submissions due 8 May, 2006.

Your proposal for a 20-minute paper should be no longer than 300 words. Please
make submissions electronically to medievalismtransformed_at_bangor.ac.uk by 8
May 2006. Proposals should be accompanied by your name, institutional
affiliation, email address, and contact information.

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