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CFP: [Collections] ASIAN POPULAR CULTURE: CALL FOR CHAPTERS

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 11:22pm
Lorna Fitzsimmons

CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS

Proposals for an international scholarly collection of chapters on ASIAN
POPULAR CULTURE are now being considered. The deadline for proposals is
February 15 2009. Proposals may address any of the full range of Asian
popular culture topics, e.g., music, popular food, toys and games,
decorative transport vehicles, the bar scene, tourism, fashion, fads,
sports, architecture, dating habits, film, television, and new media.
Finalists will be notified: chapters will be 7-8000 words; deadline
August 15 2009.

Send a 500-word proposal and brief teaching & publication profile to both
editors of the collection:

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] ASIAN POPULAR CULTURE: CALL FOR CHAPTERS

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 11:22pm
Lorna Fitzsimmons

CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS

Proposals for an international scholarly collection of chapters on ASIAN
POPULAR CULTURE are now being considered. The deadline for proposals is
February 15 2009. Proposals may address any of the full range of Asian
popular culture topics, e.g., music, popular food, toys and games,
decorative transport vehicles, the bar scene, tourism, fashion, fads,
sports, architecture, dating habits, film, television, and new media.
Finalists will be notified: chapters will be 7-8000 words; deadline
August 15 2009.

Send a 500-word proposal and brief teaching & publication profile to both
editors of the collection:

CFP: [Renaissance] Pirates

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 8:22pm
Linda Troost

Call for Essays: PIRATES
Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review

We are seeking well researched and clearly written essays discussing all
aspects of pirates and piracy, with particular attention to pirates in
history, literature, film, and contemporary life. Essays that address our
fascination with and romanticization of pirates are especially welcome.

Length: 5000-6000 words, including endnotes.
Style: Chicago, 15th edition.
Deadline for completed papers: 4 April 2009.
Send submissions as attachments to: topic_at_washjeff.edu.

www.washjeff.edu/topic

CFP: [Children] Pirates

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 8:22pm
Linda Troost

Call for Essays: PIRATES
Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review

We are seeking well researched and clearly written essays discussing all
aspects of pirates and piracy, with particular attention to pirates in
history, literature, film, and contemporary life. Essays that address our
fascination with and romanticization of pirates are especially welcome.

Length: 5000-6000 words, including endnotes.
Style: Chicago, 15th edition.
Deadline for completed papers: 4 April 2009.
Send submissions as attachments to: topic_at_washjeff.edu.

www.washjeff.edu/topic

CFP: [Travel] Pirates

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 8:22pm
Linda Troost

Call for Essays: PIRATES
Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review

We are seeking well researched and clearly written essays discussing all
aspects of pirates and piracy, with particular attention to pirates in
history, literature, film, and contemporary life. Essays that address our
fascination with and romanticization of pirates are especially welcome.

Length: 5000-6000 words, including endnotes.
Style: Chicago, 15th edition.
Deadline for completed papers: 4 April 2009.
Send submissions as attachments to: topic_at_washjeff.edu.

www.washjeff.edu/topic

CFP: [Film] Pirates

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 8:22pm
Linda Troost

Call for Essays: PIRATES
Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review

We are seeking well researched and clearly written essays discussing all
aspects of pirates and piracy, with particular attention to pirates in
history, literature, film, and contemporary life. Essays that address our
fascination with and romanticization of pirates are especially welcome.

Length: 5000-6000 words, including endnotes.
Style: Chicago, 15th edition.
Deadline for completed papers: 4 April 2009.
Send submissions as attachments to: topic_at_washjeff.edu.

www.washjeff.edu/topic

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] Pirates

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 8:21pm
Linda Troost

Call for Essays: PIRATES
Topic: The Washington & Jefferson College Review

We are seeking well researched and clearly written essays discussing all
aspects of pirates and piracy, with particular attention to pirates in
history, literature, film, and contemporary life. Essays that address our
fascination with and romanticization of pirates are especially welcome.

Length: 5000-6000 words, including endnotes.
Style: Chicago, 15th edition.
Deadline for completed papers: 4 April 2009.
Send submissions as attachments to: topic_at_washjeff.edu.

www.washjeff.edu/topic

CFP: [Theatre] Encyclopedia of Slavery and Freedom in American Literature (Deadline 3/10/09)

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 7:33am
Timothy Mark Robinson

Encyclopedia of Slavery and Freedom in American Literature
UPDATED LIST
(Deadline 3/10/09)

Contributors sought for a work tentatively entitled The Encyclopedia of
Slavery and Freedom in American Literature. This book is scheduled to be
published by Facts on File in 2010.

Project Description

The purpose of this project is to provide a comprehensive and accessible
catalog on the subject of slavery in American literature. It will identify
the most important and influential literary works, authors, abolitionists
and historical figures, and it will define and explain various
terminologies and subjects related to American slavery in American
literature.

UPDATE: [American] Encyclopedia of Slavery and Freedom in American Literature (Deadline 3/10/09)

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 7:22am
Timothy Mark Robinson

Contributors sought for a work tentatively entitled The Encyclopedia of
Slavery and Freedom in American Literature. This book is scheduled to be
published by Facts on File in 2010.

Project Description

The purpose of this project is to provide a comprehensive and accessible
catalog on the subject of slavery in American literature. It will identify
the most important and influential literary works, authors, abolitionists
and historical figures, and it will define and explain various
terminologies and subjects related to American slavery in American
literature.

UPDATE: [Collections] Encyclopedia of Slavery and Freedom in American Literature (Deadline 3/10/09)

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 7:21am
Timothy Mark Robinson

Contributors sought for a work tentatively entitled The Encyclopedia of
Slavery and Freedom in American Literature. This book is scheduled to be
published by Facts on File in 2010.

Project Description

The purpose of this project is to provide a comprehensive and accessible
catalog on the subject of slavery in American literature. It will identify
the most important and influential literary works, authors, abolitionists
and historical figures, and it will define and explain various
terminologies and subjects related to American slavery in American
literature.

UPDATE: [African-American] Encyclopedia of Slavery and Freedom in American Literature (Deadline 3/10/09)

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 7:19am
Timothy Mark Robinson

Contributors sought for a work tentatively entitled The Encyclopedia of
Slavery and Freedom in American Literature. This book is scheduled to be
published by Facts on File in 2010.

Project Description

The purpose of this project is to provide a comprehensive and accessible
catalog on the subject of slavery in American literature. It will identify
the most important and influential literary works, authors, abolitionists
and historical figures, and it will define and explain various
terminologies and subjects related to American slavery in American
literature.

CFP: [African-American] CFP: ASA: "Illness and Disability; Citizenship and Belonging"

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 5:59am
Jennifer James

 
Seeking papers for the American Studies Association's Annual Convention
(November 5-8, 2009, Washington D.C.). Following the convention's
theme, "Practices of Citizenship, Sustainability and Belonging," the
panel is tenatively entitled "Illness and Disability; Citizenship and
Belonging." Some potential topics might include the relationships between
illness and/or disability and the following: citizenship rights;
veterans (esp. Gulf I and II); Katrina victims and survivors; migrant
laborers; immigration; medical migration; alternative sites and
structures of belonging. ASA encourages panels representing multiple
disciplines. Ideally, papers will intersect theories of illness and/or

CFP: [Gender Studies] CFP: ASA: "Illness and Disability; Citizenship and Belonging"

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 5:58am
Jennifer James

 
Seeking papers for the American Studies Association's Annual Convention
(November 5-8, 2009, Washington D.C.). Following the convention's
theme, "Practices of Citizenship, Sustainability and Belonging," the
panel is tenatively entitled "Illness and Disability; Citizenship and
Belonging." Some potential topics might include the relationships between
illness and/or disability and the following: citizenship rights;
veterans (esp. Gulf I and II); Katrina victims and survivors; migrant
laborers; immigration; medical migration; alternative sites and
structures of belonging. ASA encourages panels representing multiple
disciplines. Ideally, papers will intersect theories of illness and/or

CFP: [African-American] CFP: ASA: "Illness and Disability; Citizenship and Belonging"

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 5:58am
Jennifer James

 
Seeking papers for the American Studies Association's Annual Convention
(November 5-8, 2009, Washington D.C.). Following the convention's
theme, "Practices of Citizenship, Sustainability and Belonging," the
panel is tenatively entitled "Illness and Disability; Citizenship and
Belonging." Some potential topics might include the relationships between
illness and/or disability and the following: citizenship rights;
veterans (esp. Gulf I and II); Katrina victims and survivors; migrant
laborers; immigration; medical migration; alternative sites and
structures of belonging. ASA encourages panels representing multiple
disciplines. Ideally, papers will intersect theories of illness and/or

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] CFP; ASA: "Illness and Disability: Citizenship and Belonging"

updated: 
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 5:54am
Jennifer James

 
Seeking papers for the American Studies Association's Annual Convention
(November 5-8, 2009, Washington D.C.). Following the convention's
theme, "Practices of Citizenship, Sustainability and Belonging," the
panel is tenatively entitled "Illness and Disability; Citizenship and
Belonging." Some potential topics might include the relationships between
illness and/or disability and the following: citizenship rights;
veterans (esp. Gulf I and II); Katrina victims and survivors; migrant
laborers; immigration; medical migration; alternative sites and
structures of belonging. ASA encourages panels representing multiple
disciplines. Ideally, papers will intersect theories of illness and/or

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