11.0334 Call: Henry Street; (Re-)Soundings

Humanist Discussion Group (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 11, No. 334.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (48)
Subject: Call for Papers: HENRY STREET 7.1

[2] From: Bonnie Duncan <bduncan@marauder.millersv.edu> (35)
Subject: Call For Papers

Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 16:56:34 -0400 (EDT)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
Subject: Call for Papers: HENRY STREET 7.1

>> From: Henry Street <henryst@is2.dal.ca>


Now inviting submissions for


A Graduate Review of Literary Studies

_Henry Street_, formerly known as _Critical Mass_, is in its seventh year.
We aim to provide an international forum for graduate students of English
and related disciplines. The editors, themselves graduate students, are
committed to providing their colleagues with the opportunity to publish
their own work and to read the work of others in their field.

_Henry Street_ invites contributions of critical essays, short fiction and
poetry from graduate students in English or a related discipline. We also
welcome essays on pedagogy, the job market, graduate programs, and other
topics of interest to graduate students. We aim especially to publish and
promote innovative criticism that, in the words of one of our contributors,
"combines the personal with the scholarly."

_Henry Street_ is indexed by the MLA and the Canadian Literary Periodicals



Essays should not exceed 7000 words, and must follow MLA guidelines for
citation and presentation. All submissions, except poetry, should be
double-spaced on standard 8.5" x 11" bond. To facilitate our process of
anonymous reading, the author's name should not appear on the manuscript.

Send two copies of submissions, and include a self-addressed return
envelope accompanied either by Canadian stamps or international reply
coupons. Manuscripts submitted without SASE cannot be returned. The cover
letter must indicate the author's degree status and university affiliation.

Send your submission to:

_Henry Street_
Department of English
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3H 3J5

You can also send e-mail inquiries to henry.street@dal.ca. Please note
that this address is for inquiries only, not submissions.

*** We welcome submissions at any time, but the deadline for our next
*** issue is November 15, 1997.


Issue 6.1 includes:

* Sarah Elmsley (Dalhousie), "Caroline Kirkland: Whose Home? Who'll Follow?"

* Katherine M. Davis (Duke), "Jean-Francois Lyotard Meets Ralph the Duck"

* Kenneth Spiers (NYU), "Herman Melville's Violent Heavens"

* Brian Johnson (Manitoba), "Allegories of Reading in Levi-Strauss and

* Poetry by William DeGenaro (Youngstown State), Chris Yurkoski (Lakehead),
Mary Kasimor (St. Cloud State), Michael Londry (Alberta)

Date: Sat, 11 Oct 1997 14:59:50 +0100
From: Bonnie Duncan <bduncan@marauder.millersv.edu>
Subject: Call For Papers

Please Post:

(Re)Soundings: http://www.millersv.edu/~resound


While materials are accepted at any time, texts submitted by November 1,
1997 will move smoothly into the next publication set. Articles are
particularly solicited that take advantage of the multimedia potential
of the World Wide Web. While materials are most easily accepted as HTML
coded materials, there is no necessity that they be submitted in that
format. Hard copy submissions are entirely welcome, as are materials on
diskette utilizing either IBM or Macintosh platforms. Materials are

About (Re)Soundings:

(Re)Soundings: A World Wide Web Publication is a collaborative effort
among an international group of scholars publishing in electronic form
on the Internet. The journal is innovative in comprising music, visual
art, and verbal texts while allowing readers to engage these texts with
their own multimedia commentary hotbuttons which become part of the

The scope of the peer reviewed journal is the humanities.
The critical texts should be primarily in English; translations
should be supplied for texts in other languages.

The multimedia format encourages interaction among traditional
disciplines including art, history, literature, and music, while
particularly inviting multicultural, ethnic, and women's studies
participation. This is an environment in which scholars and artists
can create and discuss texts, sharing and building commentary in a
variety of media, integrating sound and graphics as well as written

Send submissions to:

Bonnie Duncan
(Re)Soundings Internet Addresses:
Department of English resound@marauder.millersv.edu
Millersville University Phone: (717) 872-3069
Millersville, PA 17551 FAX: (717)871-2446

To view (re)soundings, or for further information,
see http://www.millersv.edu/~resound

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