>From: "Michelle K Parke" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Atlantikos: A Journal of
>Transatlantic Scholarship (grad) (5/10/07;
>Atlantikos seeks short position papers for a special edition that will
>examine the benefits and impact of transatlantic scholarship on current
>trends/theories in literary and cultural studies. The essays should be
>approximately 2,000 ’ 3,000 words in length and address one of the
> --What are the benefits of transatlantic studies in 2007?
> --How does it allow us to think outside traditional boundaries of literary,
>theoretical, cultural, etc. categories?
> --How does transatlantic scholarship open spaces to (re)conceptualize issues
>of citizenship, nationalism(s), or relations between art(s) and society?
> --What is the impact of transatlantic scholarship on:
> narrative theory studies?
> gender studies?
> queer studies?
> postcolonial studies?
> race studies?
> performance/drama studies?
> linguistic studies?
> poetry studies?
>Please submit your responses to [log in to unmask] by May 10.
>Atlantikos is an online peer-reviewed journal published by graduate students
>in the English department at Michigan State University. The first issue is
>available online at http://www.msu.edu/~atlantik. It represents the most
>recent work by the most active graduate scholars in the field of
>Transatlantic Studies, broadly defined as the study of textual, cultural,
>and performative productions that have multiple resonances across Europe,
>Africa, and the Americas. Atlantikos is a site of discussion that is not
>limited by discipline, genre or theoretical approach, but which allows for
>contrasting ideas and continually reevaluates Transatlantic Studies. An
>online discussion forum at the journal website allows for commentary and
>dialogue about specific articles or other related topics. Atlantikos also
>publishes interviews with current scholars in the field
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