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>From: "brian gourley" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Transgression (grad) (8/18/06 ; e-journal isue)
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>CALL FOR PAPERS
>Quest is the new e-journal edited and reviewed by postgraduate students in
>the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the Queenís
>University of Belfast. As a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary forum for the
>publication of postgraduate research in the Arts, Humanities and Social
>Sciences, Quest is now seeking submissions for the second edition, to be
>published in Autumn 2006.The theme for this edition will be:
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>                                                                             
>                 TRANSGRESSION
>
>We invite proposals for papers from all subjects in the Arts, Humanities and
>Social Sciences, at both Masters and Doctoral level, which interpret the
>theme as widely as possible. We particularly welcome collaborative and
>interdisciplinary efforts. The following list, which is neither prescriptive
>nor exhaustive, may serve as inspiration:
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>o Temporal, Spatial and Relative
>o Political, Religious and Imperial
>o Legal, Moral, Medical and Ethical
>o Liturgical, Canonical, Hierarchical and Heretical
>o Sexual, Artistic, or ëDeviantí Subcultures
>o Gender and Corporeal Transgression; Cross-dressing
>o Theatre, Carnival and Festivity
>o The Grotesque
>o Death and Resurrection
>o Symbolic Inversion
>o Exceptions to Genre: Challenges to formal constraints and literary
>conventions; The artist as ëdeviantí
>o Transgression of Linguistic, Visual and Textual Codes; Challenges to
>normative models
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>Proposals (both abstract and full text) should be up to a maximum of 5000
>words. All proposals should be sent to [log in to unmask] by Friday 18 August
>2006. Potential contributors should refer to our Submission Guidelines at
>www.qub.ac.uk/quest.
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>
>Best regards,
>
>Brian Gourley
>

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