Studies in the Literary Imagination- Crossed Wires: New Imaginations in Asian American Literature
Call for Papers Deadline:
Studies in the Literary Imagination
Projected Special Issue
"Crossed Wires: New Imaginations in Asian American Literature"
This is a second call regarding the Special issue on Asian American writing for Studies in the Literary Imagination. We are requesting submissions for full papers by October 15, 2002. We have extended the original deadline, but we are still on a very tight schedule.
Among the topics we encourage: life writing; visual culture; popular culture; mixed media; historical revisionism; paradigms of transformation; national, transnational, and global re-narrativizations; authorship and authentic ethnicity; reception and the market; feminism redux; queerness; poetics, translation, and/or canonicity; multilingual stylistics; genre theory; the representation of politics and the politics of representation; intertextuality; intra-ethnicity; tradition and the individual invention; etc....in relation to Asian American acts of literary imagination.
Please send submissions by e-mail attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions must be in MSWord (DOC) or Interchange (RTF) format.
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