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  • Notices

Every issue of Postmodern Culture will carry notices of events, calls for papers, and other announcments, up to 250 words, free of charge. Advertisements will also be published on an exchange basis. Send anouncements and advertisements to: pmc@jefferson.village.virginia.edu

**** Journal and Book Announcements: ****

  1. 1. Denver Quarterly

  2. 2. DisClosure

  3. 3. _REACH_

  4. 4. SubStance

  5. 5. Contention

  6. 6. ARL/OSAP Electronic Journals Directory

  7. 7. Netweaver Notebook

  8. 8. Journal of Ideas

  9. 9. _Literacy Acquisition_

**** Symposia, Discussion Groups, Calls for Papers: ****

  1. 10. Hungarian Discussion Group

  2. 11. MLA 1991: Session on “The Use of Electronic Communications for Research in Literature and Language.”

  3. 12. Call for Papers: Women & Technology

  4. 13. Call for Papers: Jerome Charyn

  5. 14. Hypertext ‘91 Conference

  6. 15. SCREEN-L, a new network discussion group on film and T.V.

  7. 16. National Conference on Computing and Values

  8. 17. WMST-L, a new network discussion group on Women’s Studies

  9. 18. CRASH, a network discussion group on postmodernism

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DENVER

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QUARTERLY

Is Pleased To Publish

PROSE POETRY

A special issue for

SPRING 1991

Featuring new work, translations, and commentaries by

Stephen Berg * Russell Edson * Clayton Eshleman
Michael Palmer * Marjorie Perloff
Susan Stewart * James Tate
and many others

Please send me _____ copies of the Prose Poetry issue at $5 each. Payment enclosed.

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Name

________________________________

Address

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City

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State     Zip

OR

Please begin my subscription to the Denver Quarterly ($15 per year) with the Prose Poetry issue.

UNIVERSITY of DENVER

University Park, Denver, Colorado 80208

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DENVER QUARTERLY

Department of English

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dis * Klo’ zher

CALL FOR PAPERS

The editorial collective of disClosure is pleased to announce that it is now accepting submissions for its inaugural issues. disClosure is a social theory journal edited by graduate students at the University of Kentucky, and is designed to provide a forum for multi-disciplinary dialogue between the humanities and the social sciences. By exploring alternative forms of discourse, our goal is to address contemporary intellectual concerns through a rigorous examination of history, space, and representation. As our title suggests, we encourage fresh perspectives that transcend the strictures and structures set in place by traditional disciplinary thought.

Submissions for the first two issues should address the following topics:

Issue 1 - “Rethinking Contemporary Mythologies”

Deadline - 15 April 1991

Issue 2 - “The Commodification of Culture”

Deadline - 15 December 1991

For our first issue, areas of possible inquiry might include:

  • -> the myth of objectivity in social science research and writing

  • -> the prioritization of historical myths over spatial... or vice versa

  • -> the construction and reproduction of myth; methodologies of myth creation

  • -> the desire to be bound by myth

  • -> Myths? the death of the subject, the death of the author

  • -> the “END” of IDEOLOGY, THE COLD WAR, RATIONALITY ?

We accept submissions from all theoretical perspectives and all genres (essay, interview, review, poetry, and others), from both inside and outside the academy. disClosure is a refereed journal whose selections will be solely based on quality and originality. Graduate students, faculty, and non-academics are equally encouraged to submit works. Three copies of manuscripts formatted to MLA guidelines, double spaced, and less than 10,000 words should be addressed to:

disClosure
106 Student Center
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0026

Bitnet submissions can be directed to

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_REACH_, Research and Educational Applications of Computers in the Humanities, the newsletter of the Humanities Computing Facility of the University of California, Santa Barbara, is now available in electronic form through anonymous FTP.

FTP is a UNIX process which lets you transfer files from a distant computer to your own system. Your local computer center staff should be able to provide you with information on using FTP from your own account.

Once you have FTP available, enter one or the other of the two following equivalent commands to gain access to the UCSB computer storing the files:

ftp ucsbuxa.ucsb.edu

or

ftp 128.111.122.50

Try the first version, and, if that doesn’t work, then try the second.

Log on with the name “anonymous,” and use your e-mail address as a password.

Next, move to the directory containing the files by entering the command:

cd hcf

Now that you’re in the correct directory, you can get a list of...

Additional Information

ISSN
1053-1920
Launched on MUSE
1991-01-05
Open Access
No
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