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CFP: Themes, Symbols, and Images in African American Literature (grad) (10/31/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Brett Butler

LITERARY HORIZONS JOURNAL
   
  An examination of a people's past reveals the present day's progress, and illuminates their future. For its premiere issue, the Literary Horizons Journal, a journal dedicated to publishing the work of graduate students, is soliciting papers that analyze the evolution of themes, symbols, and images in African American Literature.
   
  The topics may include but are not limited to:
   
  * The value of education, from Frederick Douglass to Robert Stepto
  * The representation of African American religion in literature
  * The interaction between African Americans and people of other
    racial backgrounds as embodied in literary works

CFP: Themes, Symbols, and Images in African American Literature (grad) (10/31/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Brett Butler

LITERARY HORIZONS JOURNAL
   
  An examination of a people's past reveals the present day's progress, and illuminates their future. For its premiere issue, the Literary Horizons Journal, a journal dedicated to publishing the work of graduate students, is soliciting papers that analyze the evolution of themes, symbols, and images in African American Literature.
   
  The topics may include but are not limited to:
   
  * The value of education, from Frederick Douglass to Robert Stepto
  * The representation of African American religion in literature
  * The interaction between African Americans and people of other
    racial backgrounds as embodied in literary works

CFP: Themes, Symbols, and Images in African American Literature (grad) (10/31/06; journal issue)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Brett Butler

LITERARY HORIZONS JOURNAL
   
  An examination of a people's past reveals the present day's progress, and illuminates their future. For its premiere issue, the Literary Horizons Journal, a journal dedicated to publishing the work of graduate students, is soliciting papers that analyze the evolution of themes, symbols, and images in African American Literature.
   
  The topics may include but are not limited to:
   
  * The value of education, from Frederick Douglass to Robert Stepto
  * The representation of African American religion in literature
  * The interaction between African Americans and people of other
    racial backgrounds as embodied in literary works

CFP: Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature (Ireland) (12/1/06; 2/23/07-2/24/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Padraic Whyte

IRISH SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

5th Annual Conference

'Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature'

23 and 24 FEBRUARY 2006

Venue: Church of Ireland College of Education, Rathmines, Dublin 6

Call for Papers
Proposals are welcome relating to the above and associated topics, including in
the areas of poetry, drama, and film for children. Proposals relating to
masculinities will be especially welcome.

Proposals of 300 words should be sent to:
 Celia Keenan, St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.
Email : celia.keenan_at_spd.dcu.ie
(Subject line should clearly indicate 'ISSCL Proposal')
to arrive no later than 1 December 2006

CFP: Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature (Ireland) (12/1/06; 2/23/07-2/24/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Padraic Whyte

IRISH SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

5th Annual Conference

'Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature'

23 and 24 FEBRUARY 2006

Venue: Church of Ireland College of Education, Rathmines, Dublin 6

Call for Papers
Proposals are welcome relating to the above and associated topics, including in
the areas of poetry, drama, and film for children. Proposals relating to
masculinities will be especially welcome.

Proposals of 300 words should be sent to:
 Celia Keenan, St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.
Email : celia.keenan_at_spd.dcu.ie
(Subject line should clearly indicate 'ISSCL Proposal')
to arrive no later than 1 December 2006

CFP: Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature (Ireland) (12/1/06; 2/23/07-2/24/07)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Padraic Whyte

IRISH SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

5th Annual Conference

'Re-Evaluating Gender in Children's Literature'

23 and 24 FEBRUARY 2006

Venue: Church of Ireland College of Education, Rathmines, Dublin 6

Call for Papers
Proposals are welcome relating to the above and associated topics, including in
the areas of poetry, drama, and film for children. Proposals relating to
masculinities will be especially welcome.

Proposals of 300 words should be sent to:
 Celia Keenan, St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.
Email : celia.keenan_at_spd.dcu.ie
(Subject line should clearly indicate 'ISSCL Proposal')
to arrive no later than 1 December 2006

CFP: Annie Proulx and the Geographical Imagination (10/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Alex Hunt

CFP: Annie Proulx and the Geographical Imagination (10/1/06; =
collection)

Annie Proulx and the Geographical Imagination: =20
Rethinking Regionalism, Place, and the Local

Annie Proulx has written that her interest is in =93social and economic =
change in rural communities=94 and that she is =93something of a =
geographical determinist, believing that regional landscapes, climate =
and topography dictate local cultural traditions and kinds of work.=94 =
Proulx=92s fiction, characterized by its strong engagement of regional =
cultures and landscapes, seems an intriguing subject for critical =
reexamination of literary spaces in what often seems a postregional era. =
=20

CFP: Annie Proulx and the Geographical Imagination (10/1/06; collection)

updated: 
Tuesday, August 1, 2006 - 2:01am
Alex Hunt

CFP: Annie Proulx and the Geographical Imagination (10/1/06; =
collection)

Annie Proulx and the Geographical Imagination: =20
Rethinking Regionalism, Place, and the Local

Annie Proulx has written that her interest is in =93social and economic =
change in rural communities=94 and that she is =93something of a =
geographical determinist, believing that regional landscapes, climate =
and topography dictate local cultural traditions and kinds of work.=94 =
Proulx=92s fiction, characterized by its strong engagement of regional =
cultures and landscapes, seems an intriguing subject for critical =
reexamination of literary spaces in what often seems a postregional era. =
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