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>From: "Redaktion JLT" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Journal of Literary Theory (5/1/07; journal issue)
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>Call for Papers
>JLT-Journal of Literary Theory
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>Journal of Literary Theory
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>With the Journal of Literary Theory, a printed periodical devoted solely
>to topics in literary theory will appear for the first time in German
>language areas. The journal encompasses a variety of trends in literary
>theory with an interdisciplinary orientation. It aims at combining
>combine the different yet sometimes parallel-running debates in literary
>theory in German speaking areas and at the same time offers a forum for
>international research. JLT especially seeks exchange with related
>disciplines interpreting texts and symbols, as well as with the
>humanities, and will inquire their significance for the formation of
>literary theory.
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>JLT appears twice a year. The articles will be published in English or
>German. An internationally appointed advisory board will anonymously
>evaluate the articles and select them for publication. Most of the
>issues will focus on a special topic, to which at least three articles
>will be dedicated. In addition, the journal will include further essays,
>research reports and summaries of trends in theoretical debates in
>related disciplines that might be of interest to literary scholars. The
>central topics for the first issues are:
>Issue 1 (2007): New developments in literary theory and related
>disciplines
>Issue 2 (2007): Emotions
>Issue 3 (2008): Interpretation
>Issue 4 (2008): Pop culture
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>Call for Submissions
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>JLT seeks submissions for articles on topics in literary theory.
>Especially requested are essays on fundamental problems in literary
>studies, but also application-oriented studies with systematic cognitive
>interests as well as research reports and summaries of developments in
>literary studies in English and German. Submissions should be no longer
>than 50,000 characters (including spaces).
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>Proposals for the planned issue on =93interpretation=94 should be sent =
>by
>May 1, 2007. =20
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>Please send to:=20
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>JLT-Journal of Literary Theory
>Universit=E4t G=F6ttingen
>Seminar f=FCr Deutsche Philologie
>K=E4te-Hamburger-Weg 3
>D-37073 G=F6ttingen
>Germany
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>For more information see:
>http://www.JLTonline.de/     =20
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