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>Call For Papers: Deadline extended to 15 February 2004.
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>Unruly Catholic Women
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>Editors are seeking submissions for a proposed book-length collection of
>scholarly essays on women and Catholicism that responds to the following
>questions: Under what circumstances have Catholic women across temporal,
>geographic, and racial boundaries been able to resist traditional gender
>restrictions, as represented through their literary production? How has
>Catholicism (stereo)typically restricted women's roles, while simultaneously
>empowering women through their poetry, fiction, and autobiographical
>narratives? How have the tensions in the lives of women, as writers,
>activists, and Catholics, proved to be a source of fascinating maneuvers
>through fiction and personal history? This volume will examine the role of
>Catholicism as "unruly" women write against various degrees of oppression
>before a Catholic and non-Catholic readership. In this volume, we seek to
>present a wide geographic and temporal spectrum of Catholic women.
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>Please send finished essays in English of between 5000-8000 words (detailed
>proposals will be considered) to each of the following addresses by 15
>February 2004:
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>Dr. Ana Kothe
>Dept. of Humanities, P.O. Box 9265
>University of Puerto Rico
>Mayagłez, PR 00680
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>and
>Dr. Jeana DelRosso
>Department of English
>College of Notre Dame of Maryland
>4701 N. Charles Street
>Baltimore, MD 21210
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>and
>Dr. Leigh Eicke
>Department of English
>237 Lake Huron Hall
>Grand Valley State University
>Allendale, MI 49401
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