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Calls for Papers

1. Medieval Forum, an electronic journal for the promotion of scholarship in Medieval English Literature, invites submissions for its fourth volume. MF is dedicated to providing a venue for the free exchange of ideas in a collegial, public forum environment. Critical essays on works from any genre or period of the medieval corpus are invited, and a humanistic orientation is encouraged. Although the focus of MF is on literature, articles from other disciplines, particularly cultural and historical, that will contribute to the study of literature are welcome. Book reviews are also invited.
Volume 4 is anticipated in December 2004. Submissions are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis, with the deadline of 15 September. Visit our website for guidelines: http://www.sfsu.edu/~medieval/.

2.The Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and Printing History (JEBS) publishes several substantial articles (35–40 pages) in each volume with emphasis on the period of transition from manuscript to print. This annual's main focus is on English and Continental works produced from 1350 to 1550. JEBS 8 is scheduled to appear in the summer of 2005.Notes on recent discoveries (4–10 pages), highlighting little-known or recently uncovered texts or images may be sent to Linne Mooney (mooney@maine.edu). Brief descriptions (150–450 words) of little or lesser-known collections and libraries of interest to the Society are always welcome and may be sent to the editor (see below).Essays must include endnotes and a full Works Cited list. A limited number of illustrations may be included (with complete captions and permissions citations); xeroxes of these should be sent with the essay. Send to Martha Driver, Early Book Society, English Dept., Pace Univ., 41 Park Row, New York, NY, 10038 (mdriver@pace.edu).

3. Women's Arts News seeks 400-700 word biographies of women artists in any time period. Contact: Women's Arts News, Women's Studio Center Inc., PO Box 56155, Woolsey Station, Long Island City, NY 11105 (718-274-9585; wsc586@aol.com).

4. Tolkien Studies: A Yearly Journal encourages submissions devoted to critical, scholarly consideration of the work of J. R. R. Tolkien. For more information, visit http://www.Mythus.com and http://acunix.wheatonma.edu/mdrout.

5. ISAS (International Society of Anglo-Saxonists) 2005: "England and the Continent"
The main theme of the conference, "England and the Continent," focuses on the historical, religious, archaeological, literary and linguistic relations between England and the continent. This includes among other things the Christianization of England from Rome and the continuing influence of Rome (Augustine, later Theodore of Tarsus), the Anglo-Saxon missionaries in Germany (e.g., Willibrord, Bonifatius, Willibald), the reception of Anglo-Saxon scholars and authors on the continent (Aldhelm, Bede, Alcuin, etc.), literary imports from the continent (Genesis B), translations and adaptations of continental sources by Alfred, Aelfric, Wulfstan and others, allusions to Offa in Beowulf etc. As always, the conference is not devoted exclusively to the main theme, and papers on other topics relevant to Anglo-Saxon England are welcome. In particular, we hope to have one or two papers on exciting recent discoveries such as the Prince of Prittlewell.

The Call for Papers deadline is 15 October 2004. Abstracts (500 words in length), should be submitted electronically at http://link.library.utoronto.ca/isas/conference/ (Please contact Hans Sauer at Hans.Sauer@anglistik.uni-muenchen.de if electronic submission poses a problem). You must be a member to submit an abstract. For details on how to become a member, click here, or contact David F. Johnson, Executive Director, International Society of Anglo-Saxonists at djohnson@english.fsu.edu
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