13.0099 e-journals' call for papers

Humanist Discussion Group (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
Thu, 15 Jul 1999 17:23:42 +0100 (BST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 13, No. 99.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: Cristian Suteanu <paideusis@geocities.com> (43)
Subject: CFP: complexity

[2] From: "Norman D. Hinton" <hinton@springnet1.com> (20)
Subject: [Fwd: Call for Papers]

Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 14:32:07 +1200
From: Cristian Suteanu <paideusis@geocities.com>
Subject: CFP: complexity

Dear colleagues,

Please allow me to say hello to you all: I am new on this list and I am
happy to meet you.

As an editor of Paideusis - Journal for Interdisciplinary and
Cross-Cultural Studies, I was very glad to find a discussion list
dedicated to problems that are important for my own research. I think I
do not err if I find them also particularly significant for the
journal's next issue.

Call for papers. Volume 2 / 1999:
(please kindly apologize cross-postings)


- natural complexity - a learning context and a mind shaping catalyst;
- emerging poetry: from enveloping atmosphere to sparks for the world of
- surrounding complexity: insights from fractal and chaos theory;
- growing challenges: social, political and economic complexity;
- historical steps in coping with complexity;
- traditional world views and environmental complexity;
- complex worlds of signs: complexity and semiotics;
- ....

Paideusis-JICS is an e-journal that encourages an interdisciplinary and
intercultural dialogue. It is a refereed journal, offering possibilities
for fast publication.

Paideusis-JICS also offers conditions for inclusion of material that
sometimes cannot be presented in printed form (graphics - dynamic
models, sound etc.).

For details, please visit the web pages specified below or contact me by

Thank you all and best wishes,


Journal for Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Studies
             Center for Complexity Studies
            E-mail: paideusis@geocities.com
     http://www.paideusis.matco.ro/ , mirror at:

Cristian Suteanu (Editor-in-Chief) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

--[2]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Thu, 15 Jul 1999 09:23:49 -0500 From: "Norman D. Hinton" <hinton@springnet1.com> Subject: [Fwd: Call for Papers]

The Heroic Age requests the submission of articles for its millenary edition:

Coming Full Circle: Reflections on the First Millennium

The Heroic Age is a free online journal which concerns itself with the study of North-western Europe from the Late Roman Empire to the Norman Empire. The journal is intended for the use of professionals, students and amateurs alike and welcomes submissions from all groups.

Articles submitted may consider any cultural, literary or historical aspects of medieval life within Europe during the period 959-1042 AD and should be up to approximately 7000 words in length.

Articles should be submitted by e-mail to MichelleZi@aol.com no later than November 15, 1999.

For further information concerning the journal and for full authors' instructions, please see: http://members.aol.com/heroicage1/homepage.html

Any further enquiries may be addressed to the issue editor or the general editor.

Issue editor: J. C. Weale, e-mail elp503@bangor.ac.uk

General editor: Michelle Ziegler, e-mail MichelleZi@aol.com

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