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>From: "Samar Habib" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Nebula: Generalist/All Topics (6/10/07; online publication)
>
>Nebula 4.1 is now online with unlimited access 
>at http://www.nobleworld.biz. For your 
>convenience the current issueís table of 
>contents is set out below. The CFP follows the 
>contents list.
>   
>   Maria Beville. "The Gothic-postmodernist 
>ìWaste Landî of Ellowen Deeowen: Salman
>Rushdieís Nightmarish Visions of a Postmodern Metropolis." 1-18
>
>Tara Brabazon. "Mobile learning: the iPodification of Universities." 19-30
>
>Chung Chin-Yi. "Hyperreality, the Question of 
>Agency, and the Phenomenon of Reality 
>Television." 31-48
>
>Danny Dawson ."The Witch: Subversive, Heretic or Scapegoat?" 49-70
>
>Owen Elmore. "Apophasis, Aletheia: William Faulknerís The Hamlet." 71-83
>
>Matt Ferrence. "Home Sweet Roadhouse." 84-89
>
>Karen Heise. "The Rhetoric of Love." 90-106
>
>Robert Hull.  "Nietzscheís Jesus." 107-115
>
>Christopher Kelen. "Lao Tzu at the Border." 116-129
>Christopher Kelen. "Playing with the Dao De Jing: Poems and Pictures." 130-142
>
>Anton Karl Kozlovic. "Christian Communication in 
>Popular Cinema: Cross Imagery, Cruciform Poses 
>and Pieta Stances." 143-165
>
>Hatim Mahamid. "Franks' Effect on Islamic 
>Spirit, Religious and Cultural Characters in 
>Medieval Syria." 166-183
>
>Olukoya Ogen. "The Agricultural Sector and 
>Nigeriaís Development: Comparative Perspectives 
>from the Brazilian Agro-Industrial Economy, 
>1960-1995." 184-194
>
>Federico Sabatini. "A Long Term Voyage." 195-197
>
>Jordan Sanderson. "As If: The Construction of a 
>Practical Fiction in D. H. Lawrenceís The 
>Rainbow." 198-217
>
>Rotimi Taiwo. "Language, Ideology and Power 
>Relations in Nigerian Newspaper Headlines." 
>218-245
>
>Stephen Gennaro. "Sex and the City: Perpetual 
>Adolescence Gendered Feminine?" 246-275
>   We are now accepting submissions for Nebula 
>4.2. Please visit our website to learn more 
>information about the journal, our submission 
>guidelines and policies 
>(http://www.nobleworld.biz/journalformat/submissionguidelines.html).
>   
>   Nebula is an online, peer-reviewed, 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 ìagainst 
>the grainî 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.
>   
>   Submissions for Nebula 4.2 are due June 10, 2007.
>   Email articles in .doc or equivalent to 
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>please also include a brief biographical note 
>and a brief CV
>   
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>
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>                                                 - A. Einstein
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