>From: "Justin M. Scott-Coe" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture (no
>Call for Papers
>Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture
>Reconstruction is proud to announce the publication of its Spring 2006
>issue, which can be found at http://reconstruction.eserver.org.
>Featured in the issue:
>* Michael Vastola, "Pedagogy, Ideology, and Space in the Classical
>Anarchist Conception of Freedom"
>* Julie Elaine Goodspeed-Chadwick, "Derrida's Deconstruction of
>Logocentrism: Implications for Trauma Studies"
>* Rob Cover, "Producing Norms: Same-Sex Marriage, Refiguring Kinship
>and the Cultural Groundswell of Queer Coupledom"
>* William S. Haney II, "The Phenomenology of Nonidentity and
>Theatrical Presence in M. Butterfly"
>* Conrad William, "'If your God has really spoken to you...then all
>the world must hear it': The Discourses of Revelation and Satire in
>Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses"
>* Joseph T. Thomas, Jr., "'a joint rolled in toilet paper':
>Funkadelic's Funky Soul"
>* Matthew Wolf-Meyer, "'Not only a consequence of power, but also one
>of its strategies': An Interview with Lorna Rhodes"
>Reconstruction is now accepting submissions for its next open issue
>scheduled for publication in Fall 2007. Upcoming themed
>issues--including Blogging, Threatening Bodies, Ecocriticism, Film,
>and Class & Public Intellectuals--will have separate CFPs posted by
>our guest editors. Further information on these upcoming themed issues
>can be found at http://reconstruction.eserver.org/upcoming.shtml.
>Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture (ISSN: 1547-4348) is
>an innovative cultural studies journal dedicated to fostering an
>intellectual community composed of scholars and their audience,
>granting them all the ability to share thoughts and opinions on the
>most important and influential work in contemporary interdisciplinary
>studies. Reconstruction publishes one open issue and three themed
>issues quarterly--more or less in the third week of January, April,
>Submissions may be created from a variety of perspectives, including,
>but not limited to: geography, cultural studies, folklore,
>architecture, history, sociology, psychology, communications, music,
>political science, semiotics, theology, art history, queer theory,
>literature, criminology, urban planning, gender studies, graphic
>design, etc. Both theoretical and empirical approaches are welcomed.
>As a peer reviewed journal, submissions to Reconstruction are read in
>traditional double-blind fashion, critiqued, and subsequently either
>returned to the author for revision or accepted for publication. In
>the case of disputed articles, the readers unable to come to a
>consensus, the article will be read by an additional reader and then,
>again, decided upon for future publication.
>Articles accepted for publication are done so under the following
>conditions: 1) If the article has not appeared in English previously,
>the article will not appear in publication before its publication in
>Reconstruction. 2) The author of said article is responsible for any
>and all legal complaints made against the work, and is thus
>financially responsible for any legal actions. 3) Any subsequent
>publication of the article, in any form, must acknowledge its earlier
>publication in Reconstruction. The author is responsible for gaining
>permission to use any copyrighted images or other materials.
>In matters of citation, it is assumed that the proper MLA format will
>be followed. Other citation formats are acceptable in respect to the
>disciplinary concerns of the author. For further information, please
>consult our Submission Guidelines found at
>Reconstruction is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography.
>All submissions and submission queries should be written care of
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