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Canadian Review of American Studies 161 Announcements The Canadian Association for American Studies and the editors of the Canadian Review of American Studies are pleased to announce the 1993 winner of the association's award for the publication which best exemplifies the discipline of American Studies is MarkHulsether for his article entitled "Evolving Approaches to U.S. Culture in the American Studies Movement: Consensus, Pluralism, and Contestation for Cultural Hegemony." We are also pleased to announce that honourable mention is given to Eve Kornfeld for her article "Out of Order: The Challenge of Outsider Jurisprudence and Eudora Welty's (Extra)Legal Vision to the American Rule of Law," and to Tom Hastings for his article "Said's Orienta/ism and the Discourse of (Hetero)sexuality." •••••• New England Archivists 21st Annual Meeting, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts, April 29 and 30, 1994.For more information, contact Patricia J. Albright, NEA Registrar, Mount Holyoke College Archives, 8 Dwight Hall, South Hadley, MA USA 01075-1452, Tel: (413) 538-2013, e-mail: palbright@mhc.mtholyoke.edu. Deadline for registration is April 15th. • ••••• Call For Papers The Mississippi Quarterly is planning its second special issue on Richard Wright, focusing on international perspectives. The issue will emphasize analyses of Wright's life, work, internal reputations, and transcultural significance. The editors are particularly interested in hearing from writers and scholars who ordinarily reside outside the United States. The final submission date is not yet determined. Please send enquiries, ideas, abstracts, or submissions to: Dr. Jack B. Moore, English Department, Cooper Hall, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida USA 33620, FAX: (813) 974-2270 •••••• 162 Canadian Review of American Studies Call for Papers The Canadian Review of American Studies is planning a special issue, Inventing America: Francophone Perspectives. We are soliciting manuscripts (in Englishor French) which treat the various themes from disciplines within American Studies. Themes may include: America in Quebec (Acadian, Franco-Canadian) literature , poetry, theatre, or drama; French-American history, institutions, identity, or regionalism; Free trade; Sociocultural dynamics of Francophone tourism in the United States; The United States in French cinema; Images of America (the cowboy, the metis, etc.); American ethnicity; FrancoAmerican cultural, economic, or political ties. Nous sollicitonsdes manuscrits (en Fran~ais ou en anglais) pour un numero special de la Canadian Review of American Studies, lnventer l'Amerique: PerspectivesFrancophones, qui traitent ce suject de n'importe quel point de vue disciplinaire, et particulierment ceux qui utilisent une approche mulitdisciplinaire. Parmi les champs possibles: L'Amerique dans le roman, la poesie, le theatre quebecois (acadien, franco-canadien); les Franco-americains----histoire, institutions, constitution d'identite, regionalisme; Libre-echange (les enjeux, forces politiques); La culture des touristes Francophones en l'Amerique; L'Amerique dans le cinema francophone; Americanicite; Images (le cowboy, le metis, la Cadillac, les espaces); Liens culturel, economiques, politiques. Manuscripts should be sent, in triplicate, to either: Robert K. Martin, redacteur delegue Department d'etudes anglaises Universite de Montreal C.P. 6128, Succ. A Montreal, Quebec H3C 3J7 Telephone: (514) 343 7926 Telecopieur: (514) 343 2256 Veuillex adresser tout mauscrit, en trois copies, a cette personne ou a l'autre: Stephen J. Randall, Co-editor Canadian Reviewof American Studies Department of History University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta TIN 1N4 Telephone: (403) 220-6420 Fax: (403) 289-8566 ...

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ISSN
1710-114X
Print ISSN
0007-7720
Pages
pp. 161-162
Launched on MUSE
2019-01-02
Open Access
No
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