13.0068 calls for papers

Humanist Discussion Group (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
Sun, 20 Jun 1999 13:44:12 +0100 (BST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 13, No. 68.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: Geoffrey Rockwell <grockwel@mcmaster.ca> (53)
Subject: Text Technology

[2] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (79)
Subject: CFP: Revivals, Revisions, Recoveries

[3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (42)
Subject: JASS Journal - Call for Papers

Date: Mon, 14 Jun 1999 15:20:21 -0400
From: Geoffrey Rockwell <grockwel@mcmaster.ca>
Subject: Text Technology

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From: Geoffrey Rockwell <grockwel@mcmaster.ca>

Dear Humanists,

I am submitting this Call for Papers on behalf of my colleague Dr. Joanne

Geoffrey Rockwell

Call for Papers / Submission Information
TEXT Technology
Cordially Invites You
To Contribute
Articles For Consideration

In an age of graphics, we suggest that some texts are indeed worth
thousands of pictures. TEXT Technology is an eclectic quarterly for
academics and professionals around the world, supplying articles devoted
to any use of computers to acquire, analyze, create, edit, or translate

Now edited by McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and published at
Wright State University in Ohio, TEXT Technology will continue to feature
articles and special issues devoted to professional and academic writing
and research, software and book reviews, literary and linguistic analyses
of texts, electronic publishing and issues related to the Internet, along
with annotated bibliographies of printed and electronic materials of use
to those with a decided interest in textual material. Our scope is broad,
our readership international. We invite you to become part of that

Joanne Buckley

Submission Information

Submit articles both in hard copy (double-spaced) and on 3.5" floppy

The preferred word processing program is WordPerfect (in any version up to
and including version 8.0 for Windows; we also accept Microsoft Word in
any version up to 7.0).

Articles on disk should also be accompanied by a version in ASCII.

Graphics should be sent as separate files and not embedded in word
processing files. Graphics should be compatible with Windows.

Except for pagination and italics, do not format the document with any
word processing style commands or codes.

The maximum word length is 8,000.

The preferred style is MLA. Do not use footnotes. Any notes should be
numbered and entered at the end of the paper. Do not embed any notes in
any style commands.

Send submissions directly to the editor:

Joanne Buckley
Editor, TEXT Technology
Humanities Communications Centre
Togo Salmon Hall, Room 205A
McMaster University
1280 Main St. W.
Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA
L8S 4M2
Email: buckleyj@mcmaster.ca

Date: Fri, 18 Jun 1999 13:40:14 -0500 (EST)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: CFP: Revivals, Revisions, Recoveries

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

Henry Street:
A Graduate Review of Literary Study

Invites submissions for our upcoming special issue:

Henry Street 9.1
"Revivals, Revisions, Recoveries"

Deadline: September 1, 1999

Works that revise, revisit, recontextualize, or rewrite other texts
abound in literary history. Indeed, some theorize that such inter-
textuality, conscious or not, is literary history. More recently,
these practices have been crossing not only lines of era, genre,
and language, but ones of media as well.

Essays treating any aspect of past or current re-imaginings of literary
works are invited for this special issue. Topics might include but are no
means limited to Victorian revivals of Gothic, current revivals and
revisions of Oscar Wilde and Jane Austen, renewed interest in Renaissance
fairs or the New Globe Theatre, issues of canonicity and the recovery of
less "literary" genres, medieval or Celtic trends, and fin de
siecle/millenial looking back.



_Henry Street_, now entering its ninth year of publication, is an inter-
national forum for graduate students of English and related disciplines.
We invite contributions of original and scholarly contributions to current
research on literatures in English from all historical periods, material
culture, pedagogy, and critical theory. In addition to welcoming papers
from a broad range of critical perspectives, the journal is particularly
receptive to unconventional or personal approaches that open new avenues
of investigation in literary and cultural criticism.

Graduate students and recent graduates are encouraged to submit critical
and occasional essays, short fiction, and poetry. Chapters of theses and
conference papers are acceptable, provided they are sufficiently edited
and rigorous enough to stand alone as critical articles.

_Henry Street_ is indexed by the MLA and the Canadian Periodicals Index.



To be considered for publication, submissions must be double-spaced
throughout (including endnotes and works cited) and follow MLA guidelines
for citation and presentation. Submissions should not exceed 7000 words in
length. To facilitate our process of anonymous review, 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

Send your submission to:

Brian Johnson, Editor
_Henry Street_
c/o Department of English
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3H 3J5

You can send e-mail inquiries to henry.street@dal.ca and find out more
about us at our web page (http://is2.dal.ca/~henryst). Note that we do
not accept submissions by e-mail.


>From Henry Street 8.1


Cheryl Cowdy-Crawford
"Becoming-Masks: _The Life and Times of Captain N_ at n-1 Dimensions"

Daniel Glover and Cheryl Cowdy-Crawford

William Leahy
"The Predicament of Clifford: The Effacement of Colonialism in the
Textual Metaethnograpy of James Clifford"

Tom Penner
"Facing the Hybrid Double in Rohinton Mistry's _Tales From Firozsha Baag_"

Joshua Kotzin

Fiction by Oladipo Agboluange and Miodrag Kojadinovic

Poetry by Carmine Esposito, Michael Londry, and d.n. wright

Reviews of books on the Gothic, Looney Tunes, Cannibals, Sequels,
Phenomenology & Poststructuralism, and Literary Canon-Making

Date: Fri, 18 Jun 1999 13:42:35 -0500 (EST)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: JASS Journal - Call for Papers

>> From: Nikitas Assimakopoulos <assinik@unipi.gr>

Methodologies and Applications for Systems Approaches
[ JASS ]



Topics of interest to JASS include :

=B7 Applications of cybernetics using the viable system model
=B7 Applications of interactive planning methodology
=B7 Applications of soft systems methodology
=B7 Applied cybernetics in medicine
=B7 Applied living systems
=B7 Applied sociocybernetics
=B7 Cognitive patterns
=B7 Complex systems
=B7 Conceptual systemic models
=B7 Control systems
=B7 Critical systems thinking
=B7 Culture of peace
=B7 Decision support systems
=B7 Dynamical systems approaches
=B7 Electronic service systems (Internet, Intranet, Extranet, Deltanet)
=B7 Human-centered systems
=B7 Human-computer interaction
=B7 Intelligent systems engineering
=B7 Intelligent tutoring systems
=B7 Knowledge based systems
=B7 Law systems
=B7 Multimedia systems
=B7 Problem structuring approaches
=B7 Project management using systemic approaches
=B7 Religious systems
=B7 Semiotic approaches
=B7 Social systems design
=B7 Systemic metaphors
=B7 Systemic reengineering
=B7 Systems - metasystems and decisions - metadecisions
=B7 Systems and design education
=B7 Systems approaches for information systems
=B7 Systems thinking for total quality management
=B7 Total systems intervention
=B7 Virtual communities

There is no time limit for the submission of papers.

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