CFPs, again in two parts:
CFPs Part II (there may be some repetition from part I):
Too many CFPs for one post today, so I’ve divided it. The first batch continues below the fold:
Continue below the fold to see this week’s calls for papers.
Just a quick note: as we near term, and during it, I’ll probably just post the CFPs without comment, just to streamline the process. Also, I should note that I’m (likely obviously) just cutting and pasting these; I don’t check each link. If you notice any problems with the links, please let me know and I’ll fix them. –Jason CFPs:
Busy day today, so right to it! CFPs:
Now available at Canadian Review of American Studies Online Volume 39, Number 2 /2009 of Canadian Review of American Studies is now available at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/g82580p66310/. This issues contents and CRAS submission information continue below the fold.
Quite a few CFPs this week. Also, we are currently thinking about adding a regular graduate student and professionalism post. Thoughts? Anything else you would like to see as a regular feature? CFPs:
CFP Blogging returns, after our brief delay last week. Remember, if you have any CFPs to post, email them to email@example.com. (There may be some repetition in the below, because the categories I’m following have cross-over, and the delay led to a larger backlog than usual to sort through.) CFPs:
Success! The first transatlantic CAASblog update seems to have worked. Back to exploring the strange and wonderful works I’m finding at the British Library. Next week’s update may be delayed; I’ll be at the International Gothic Association conference in Lancaster, and don’t know if I will be able and/or have time to access the site. After that, though, I’ll be… Read more →