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 →
Reviews for Canadian Review of American Studies CRAS publishes “cluster reviews,” i.e., reviews of three or more recent books in a related field of American Studies. If you have ideas, or are interested in our inventory of review copies, please email our reviews editor, Jennifer Harris. ———————————– Click below to see more CFPs, below the page fold.
This is the first installment of what will be a regular feature on CAASblog: a weekly round-up of Calls for Papers in American Studies. It should be noted that this will work best if people alert me to calls they especially want to see. CAAS-related and CAAS-member CFPS will be posted in full, while links will be provided for others…. Read more →
With this post, the blog of the Canadian Association for American Studies is up and running! Jason Haslam, intrepid (?!) webmaster and VP, here. While we are still getting all of the bells and whistles in place, and working on the final format of the blog, new information will now be posted regularly. What will this information be? We want… Read more →