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>Subject: CFP: Identity Formation (5/1/07; journal issue)
>CALL FOR PAPERS: MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities
>Contributions are now invited for the 2007 issue of the MHRA Working Papers in
>the Humanities. A special, themed section of the journal will be dedicated to
>ëIdentity Formationí, but other topics are welcome as well.
>The MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities
>(http://www.mhra.org.uk/ojs/index.php/wph) is an electronic publication forum
>intended to allow researchers to present initial
>findings or hypotheses such as
>might, at a more advanced stage, become eligible
>for publication in established
>scholarly journals. As such it will be of particular interest to postgraduate
>researchers, though established scholars are also invited to submit papers.
>The second issue of the Working Papers will be published in November 2007, and
>the editorial panel aims to choose half of the papers from submissions that
>relate to the theme of ëIdentity Formationí. Authors might consider, among
>- the role of philosophy, theology, sociology and/or ideology in the
> formation of identity
>- national, diasporic and transcultural
>identities, hybridity, otherness,
> citizenship and the effects of migration on identities
>- gender and sexual identity
>- youth and age
>- narrative identity, i.e. identity as a result of narrative language,
> plot structure, spatial relationships, characterisation and
> multimodal/transmedial representation
>Papers may come from any field in the 'modern humanities', which includes the
>modern and medieval languages, literatures, and cultures of Europe (including
>English and the Slavonic languages, and the
>cultures of the European diaspora).
>History, library studies, education and pedagogical subjects, and the medical
>application of linguistics are excluded.
>THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS 1ST MAY 2007.
>In order to submit a paper, you are kindly asked to register your name and
>address with the journal at
>You can register as author and/or peer reviewer. Submission works either
>through the journal website
>(http://www.mhra.org.uk/ojs/index.php/wph/author/submit/1) after logging in or
>via email to the editors (see below).
>Any questions can be directed to the editors at [log in to unmask]
>Astrid Ensslin, Jennifer Shepherd and Louise Crowther
>MHRA Working Papers in the Humanities
>Email: [log in to unmask]
>About the MHRA (www.mhra.org.uk):
>The MHRA (Modern Humanities Research Association) is a registered charity. Its
>major aim is to promote academic endeavour in the modern humanities by
>facilitating the publication of original scholarly work of the highest
>standard. As well as publishing scholarly articles (in print and electronic
>form), the Association supports scholarly publishing projects including
>postgraduate work (http://www.mhra.org.uk/Membership/PostgradMembership.html).
>It plays a major role in peer review, maintaining the highest editorial
>standards and supporting breadth of approach.
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Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor: Megan McKinstry
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
Info available at: http://www.missouri.edu/~graswww/resources/gerlistserv.html