Eco-Cultures Issue Announcement, CFP: Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture
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Eco-Cultures Issue Announcement
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Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture
Reconstruction is proud to announce the publication of its Vol. 7, No. 2 (2007) themed issue, "Eco-Cultures: Culture Studies and the Environment," which can be found at http://reconstruction.eserver.org. Featured in the issue:
* Introduction by Guest Editors Alexandra Ganser and Vibha Arora
* Amanda Boetzkes, "Contemporary Art Facing the Earth’s Irreducibility"
* Catherine M. Roach, "Thinking Like a God: Nature Imagery in Advertising"
* Mary Newell, "Gestures toward Cross-Species Reciprocal Relations in Contemporary Poetics"
* Lisa Uddin, "Bird Watching: Global-Natural Worlds and the Popular Reception of Winged Migration"
* Chris Drinkwater, "Deep Ecology and Postmodernity: Making space for conversation"
* Stephanie Posthumus, "Translating Ecocriticism: Dialoguing with Michel Serres"
* Chia-ju Chang, "Reconciling Ethnicity, Subalternity and Chinese Eco-aesthetics: Human and Animal Subjects in Lu Chuan's Kekexili: Mountain Patrol"
* Don Romesburg, "Camping Out with Ray Bourbon: Female Impersonators and Queer Dread of Wide-Open Spaces"
* Brian Black, "Addressing the Nature of Gettysburg: 'Addition and Detraction' in Preserving an American Shrine"
* Lori Martindale, "Can Nature's Language be Written, Spoken, and Heard? Mahasweta Devi's 'Pterodactyl' and Marlene Nourbese Philip's Looking for Livingstone"
* Sabine Wilke, "Albert Bierstadt's Images of the American West: An Eco-Critical Reflection on Nature Painting"
* Phylis Johnson, "Women of the New Walden: Gender in Sound Culture, Now and Then"
* Creative Works by Rob Baum, Rosemary Rowley, Casey Clabough, Gayle Goldstick, and Anand Silodia
Reconstruction is now accepting submissions for the following upcoming themed issues:
* Class, Culture and Public Intellectuals (book reviews only)
* Visualization and Narrative
* Fieldwork and Interdisciplinary Research
For individual CFP requirements and guest editor contact information, please check our "Upcoming Issues" page at http://reconstruction.eserver.org/upcoming.shtml.
Reconstruction is also accepting submissions for upcoming Open Issues. The next Open Issue is scheduled for publication in Fall 2007. Please consult our Submission Guidelines found at http://reconstruction.eserver.org/guidelines.shtml.
Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture (ISSN: 1547-4348) is an innovative cultural studies journal dedicated to fostering an intellectual community composed of scholars and their audience, granting them all the ability to share thoughts and opinions on the most important and influential work in contemporary interdisciplinary studies. Reconstruction publishes one open issue and three themed issues quarterly.
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