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>From: "Eric Yu" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Interstice: Literary & Cultural 
>Studies (grad) (10/10/06; e-journal)
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>*Interstice: Literary and Cultural Studies (graduate e-journal)*
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>*Call for Papers*
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>The Literature Division of the Graduate Institute of Foreign Literatures
>and Linguistics at National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, is pleased to
>announce the founding of a new scholarly e-journal, /Interstice:
>Literary and Cultural Studies/. As a ĺ─˙contact zoneĺ─¨ for cross-cultural
>intellectual exchange, the journal invites contributions from around the
>world. The inaugural issue will appear in December 2006. We welcome the
>submission of articles written in English by graduate students and
>emergent scholars on national and comparative literature, critical
>theory, film, and other areas of popular culture. Papers should be about
>3000 to 6000 words, previously unpublished, and in MLA style. For
>submission, please email your work as an attachment, preferably in MS
>Word format, to the following email address: [log in to unmask]
><mailto:[log in to unmask]>
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>For the first issue, the deadline of submission is* November 10, 2006*.
>To facilitate the process of blind review, please include a cover page
>with contact information, the title of your paper, a 250-word abstract,
>and a brief biographical note. No name or identifying information should
>appear in your paper. For inquiry, please write to our graduate editor
>Sasha Lin at [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>.

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