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>From: "Samar Habib" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Nebula 4.1, Online Journal, 
>Generalist/All Topics (3/10/07; journal issue)
>
>Abimbola O. Adesoji. žGlobalization of the media 
>and the Challenges of Democratisation in 
>Nigeria.Ó 38-50
>
>Habiba Hadziavdic. "Images of Gypsies, a German Case: Gilad Margalit." 51-61
>
>Warren Steele. žStrange Fruit: American Culture 
>and the Remaking of Iraqi Males at Abu Ghraib.Ó 
>62-74
>
>Mary Ellen Wright. žAdrian Hall's Adaptations of 
>In the Belly of the Beast.Ó 75-88
>
>Yashar Keramati. žThe Odd Couple: Iran and 
>Venezuela's Union Through anti-U.S. Imperialism 
>and Oil.Ó 89-99
>
>Yashar Kermati. žOne TheocratŪs Puppet 
>Democracy, One Nation's Democratic Deprivation.Ó 
>100-110
>
>Jason Cootey. žIŪve Looked Deep into the Darkness.Ó 111-141
>
>Jason Gendler. žPrimer : The Perils and 
>Paradoxes of Restricted Time Travel Narration.Ó 
>142-160
>
>Moses Omoniyi Ayeomoni. žLanguage Use in a Yoruba Speech Community.Ó 161-172
>
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>Please visit our website to learn more 
>information about the journal, our submission 
>guidelines and policies 
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>   Nebula is an online academic periodical which 
>is interested in all things intellectual with 
>the intention of providing a platform for 
>interdisciplinary reading.  Unlike other 
>academic periodicals, Nebula is not limited to 
>one Faculty or subject.  We accept academic 
>articles from any discipline provided that these 
>are written in non-specialist language and in a 
>manner that appeals to a broad audience.  Nebula 
>also publishes intellectual writings that may 
>not necessarily meet the generic conventions of 
>an academic article.  In addition, we encourage 
>academics and intellectuals to participate in a 
>public debate as regards world politics.  We 
>particularly welcome submissions of a marginal 
>or íńķagainst the grainíńý nature and those that 
>heavily interrogate popular political ideologies 
>in a sound and well-evidenced manner.  Writings 
>of high calibre that are particularly 
>underrepresented in other academic periodicals 
>are most welcome for consideration.  Nebula also 
>publishes
>  literary and art works and is willing to 
>consider any (graphic, cartoon etc.) material, 
>which can be published on the world wide web. 
>Submissions intended for Nebula are not limited 
>by a particular house style; we simply ask that 
>whichever referencing style is being used, that 
>it is used consistently and thoroughly 
>throughout each piece.
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>   Submissions for Nebula 4.1 are due March 10, 2007.
>   Email articles in .doc or equivalent to 
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>                                                 - A. Einstein
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