>From: [log in to unmask] (Carl Fisher)
>Call for Papers
>Journal Issue: "Imagined Cities"
>_genre_ is the annual scholarly journal of the Comparative Literature and
>Classics Department at California State University, Long Beach. It has
>published 23 issues since the first volume in 1967. The theme for this
>year's journal is "Imagined Cities."
>Essays might deal with the topic of representing urban life broadly, but we
>are particularly interested in essays which use critical/cultural theory to
>focus on specific cities. The list of possible cities is virtually
>endless: How have authors and artists imagined Athens, Rome,
>Constantinople, London, Paris, Berlin, Sao Paolo, Prague, Mexico City,
>Tokyo, New Delhi, New York, Lagos, Brussels, Madrid, San Francisco, Lisbon,
>Moscow, Johannesburg, Beijing . . .
>Topics might include the imperial city, the colonial/postcolonial city, the
>utopian/dystopian city, cities as contested space for race/class/gender
>issues, future cities, cities in film, cities as spaces of enclosure or
>freedom, urban subcultures, or cities within cities.
>We welcome interdisciplinary submissions and graduate student submissions
>Manuscripts should be 2,000-5,000 words, double-spaced. MLA citations
>Deadline for submission: Monday May 12, 2003
>For further information or if you have any questions, contact the editors
>at: [log in to unmask]
>Send submissions to:
>Comparative Literature and Classics
>California State University, Long Beach
>1250 Bellflower Boulevard
>Long Beach, CA 90840
>or via attachment to the e-mail address listed above.
>You can also look at the journal website for information and to view back
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