>From: "Abhi CHAUDHURI" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Postcolonial Studies Journal (6/1/05; journal issue)
>Call for Journal Submissions
>Postcolonial Studies Journal (published by the postcolonial list)
>The Journal will be a biannual journal produced by the moderators of the
>Postcolonial Studies list-
>serv at: [log in to unmask] (More information
>about the listserv can be obtained from this address). The journal is
>open to graduate and undergraduate students interested in the field of
>Postcolonial Studies. The journal will publish scholarly articles that
>deal with questions of
>postcoloniality, treatment of the sub-altern, and post-colonial
>perspectives in different fields of
>For the next issue, we are seeking papers and articles that deal with
>questions in postcolonial
>studies dealing with: Postcolonial Identity
>Possible topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
>History and memory
>Nationalism, identity and alterity
>Media and visuality
>Transnationalism and globalization
>Exile and diaspora
>Language, knowledge, and power
>Deadline: June 1, 2005
>1. Include a cover letter and 100 word abstract.
>2. Manuscripts should be between 3 and 8 pages and must be in MLA style
>3. Send an electronic copy of each submission to [log in to unmask]
>June 1, 2005.
>4. All submissions must be original and previously unpublished work.
>We are also looking for Academicians in the field of postcolonial
>studies to review submissions, if
>you are interested in being part of this process, please email a brief
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