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>From: "Jennimoth" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Boundaries: Creative/Critical (11/15/06; collection)
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>Call for Publication
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>Contributors are invited for the forthcoming edited
>collection of essays Boundaries: Critical, Creative
>and Interdisciplinary methods of Making, Breaking, and
>Negotiating Boundaries*
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>The papers presented at the recent ëBoundaries:
>Critical and Creativeí Postgraduate Conference at
>Loughborough University in June 2006 highlighted the
>quality of academic research being done which
>interrogates, acknowledges and challenges boundaries
>in critical and creative literature. This collection
>is in part inspired by and, in part, a response to the
>success of the conference and the wide range of
>high-quality academic discussion that came from it.
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>This book has been contracted by Cambridge Scholars
>press and the anticipated publication date will be
>autumn 2007. Successful contributors will be expected
>to submit a 6000-8000 word article (excluding notes)
>that addresses the ways in which critical and/or
>creative boundaries apply to their research.
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>Subjects might include, but are not limited to:
>Geographical boundaries; Sudden boundaries: Wartime
>shifts in geographical borders; Cultural boundaries;
>Boundaries of translation between different languages;
>Sense/Nonsense; Reason/Unreason; Life, Death and the
>Afterlife; Exceeding human boundaries: ESP, telepathy,
>mediumship; Interzones: automata, robots and science
>fiction; Critical/Creative boundaries; Historical
>events/fictional depiction; Writing creatively about
>other cultures; Moral responsibility/creative licence;
>The literary canon; Literary boundaries: genre; The
>boundary of the stage in theatre; Transgression of
>legal boundaries: criminality; Social boundaries:
>criminals, prostitutes, poets; Class boundaries; The
>Living space and its boundaries: home, cell, ward;
>Gender boundaries; Bodies, starvation and the self;
>Sexual boundaries.
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>If you would like your paper to be considered for
>inclusion, please send an email indicating your
>interest in this project to both
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>and we will forward a copy of the submission
>guidelines. Completed essays should arrive to us no
>later than November 15th 2006. Accepted contributors
>will be notified within one calendar month.
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>Contact details:
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>Jenni Ramone
>Department of English and Drama
>Loughborough University
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>Gemma Twitchen
>Department of English and Drama
>Loughborough University
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>*Title subject to alteration
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