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  • Serguei Alex. Oushakine by way of Flori
    New Comparative Central European Culture Call for Papers Deadline:2002-12-31 New Comparative Central European Culture. Ed. Steven Totosy. Papers are invited
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 28, 2002
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      New Comparative Central European Culture
      Call for Papers Deadline:2002-12-31


      New Comparative Central European Culture.
      Ed. Steven Totosy.

      Papers are invited for a collected volume on contemporary Central European
      culture.
      To be published in 2003 in the Purdue University Press series of Books in
      Comparative Cultural Studies (series editor is Steven Totosy ), the volume
      will contain new work in the field.

      The book will be the second volume with work about Central European culture
      in the series, following Comparative Central European Culture (2002, see
      below). A contested notion, the concept of a Central European culture is
      constructed based on real or imagined and variable similarities emanating
      >from historical, social, and cultural characteristics apparent in cultures
      ranging from Austria and the former East Germany to Romania and Bulgaria and
      Serbia to the Ukraine, etc., thus including the Habsburg lands and their
      spheres of influence at various times of history including now.

      With the tentative title of New Comparative Central European Culture, the
      book will contain work that is implicitly or explicitly comparative,
      following the notions proposed in comparative cultural studies at . That is,
      instead of the single-language and culture approach, the authors of the
      papers in the volume will discuss topics in at least two cultures of the
      Central European landscape or any other literary, media, communication,
      politics, economics, etc., topic that fits the proposed framework of
      comparative cultural studies. As well, papers on theory and methodology
      engaging notions of/in comparative cultural studies as applied in the study
      of Central European culture are invited.

      Papers should be between 6000-7000 words, in the MLA style of parenthetical
      sources and works cited but without footnotes or end notes. The deadline of
      submission is flexible but no later than December 2002. Please send papers
      to Steven Totosy at .

      Steven Totosy, Editor, Books in Comparative Cultural Studies, Purdue
      University Press
      Email: totosy@...

      Visit the Call for Papers website at
      http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/compstudies.htm
    • Florian Bieber
      Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 10:31:07 -0500 From: Totosy, Steven Subject: Re: Call For Papers on Central European Culture Central and East
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 30, 2002
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        Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 10:31:07 -0500
        From: "Totosy, Steven" <totosy@...>
        Subject: Re: Call For Papers on Central European Culture

        Central and East European Culture and Literature

        Call for papers: New Comparative Central European Culture. Ed. Steven
        Totosy. Papers are invited for a collected volume on contemporary Central
        European culture. To be published in 2003 in the Purdue University Press
        series of Books in Comparative Cultural Studies
        <http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/compstudies.htm>, the volume will contain
        new work in the field.

        The book will be the second volume with work about Central European
        culture in the series, following Comparative Central European Culture. A
        contested notion, the concept of a Central European culture is constructed
        based on real or imagined and variable similarities emanating from
        historical, social, and cultural characteristics apparent in cultures
        ranging from Austria and the former East Germany to Romania and Bulgaria
        and Serbia to the Ukraine, etc., thus including the Habsburg lands and
        their spheres of influence at various times of history including now. With
        the tentative title of New Comparative Central European Culture, the book
        will contain work that is implicitly or explicitly comparative, following
        the notions proposed in comparative cultural studies at
        <http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb99-3/totosy99.html>. That is,
        instead of the single-language and culture approach, the authors of the
        papers in the volume will discuss topics in at least two cultures of the
        Central European landscape or any other literary, media, communication,
        politics, economics, etc., topic that fits the proposed framework of
        comparative cultural studies. As well, papers on theory and methodology
        engaging notions of/in comparative cultural studies as applied in the
        study of Central European culture are invited. Papers should
        be between 6000-7000 words, in the MLA style of parenthetical sources and
        works cited but without footnotes or end notes. The deadline of submission
        is flexible but no later than December 2002. Please send papers to Steven
        Totosy at <totosy@...>
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