CFP: Re-Queering the Nation: America’s Queer Crisis (15 November 2015)

  Call for Papers Re-Queering the Nation: America’s Queer Crisis Special Issue of the European Journal of American Studies – Vol. 11, No. 3, 2016 LGBTQ social, cultural, and political issues have become a defining feature of twenty-first century American life, transforming on a national, international and transnational scale a number of institutions. With this…

European Journal of American Studies Senior Editor for History, Politics, IR and Social Sciences (19 October 2015)

  The European Journal of American Studies is the official journal of the European Association for American Studies, and can be accessed at http://ejas.revues.org The editorial team is led by three Senior Editors, one covering Literature, Culture and the Arts, one managing the Journal’s interests in History, Politics, Social Sciences and International Relations, and a third co-ordinating the…

CFP: Special Issue of Philip Roth Studies: “Other People’s Roths”

  Philip Roth’s work has always invited speculation about the relationship between the author’s own life and that of his fictional protagonists. From Portnoy’s Complaint, which Roth claimed was “a novel in the guise of a confession that was received … as a confession in the guise of a novel” to Operation Shylock, a novel…

CFP: aspeers Journal, Special Issue on “American Youth”

  For the general section of its ninth issue, aspeers seeks outstanding academic writing demonstrating the excellence of graduate scholarship, the range of concerns scrutinized in the field, and the diversity of perspectives employed. We thus explicitly invite revised versions of term papers or chapters from theses written by students of European Master (and equivalent)…

BOOK SERIES: Afro-Latina America, Cambridge University Press

  The Afro-Latin American Research Institute at the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, Harvard University is pleased to announce the new book series Afro-Latin America, to be published by Cambridge University Press, edited by George Reid Andrews (University of Pittsburgh) and Alejandro de la Fuente (Harvard University). The book series reflects the coming…

CFP: Literature Compass Journal

Literature Compass welcomes proposals for articles in all areas of American Literary Study. LICO is one of the largest electronic journals in literary studies with 18 international Section Editors and 140 Board members. The ideal Compass article offers a critical intervention in a field or sub-field, mapping its present state and plotting the direction our authors wish to take it in…