Last Minute Call for Papers: Religion and 19th-Century American Women Writers

By July 28, 2009

A reader has asked that we post the following Call for Papers.

A few additional proposals/articles are needed for an edited collection on
religion and nineteenth-century American women writers. The original CFP
with suggested topics is available at the website listed below. However, the
editor is particularly interested in receiving chapters that deal with
Spiritualism, revivalism, or reform literature (especially related to the
Christian Woman’s Temperance Union). Also of interest are articles that deal
with Catholicism, Judaism, or Mormonism. Studies involving American women’s
poetry or early nineteenth-century women authors are welcomed too.

One page proposals and one page CVs are due on August 28, 2009.

Completed essays of not more than 25 pages are due on November 15, 2009.

All materials should be sent to marywearn@gmail.com in .rtf, .doc, .docx, or
.pdf formats.

Mary Wearn
Macon State College
Department of Humanities
100 College Station Drive
Macon, GA 31206

Email: marywearn@gmail.com
Visit the website at
http://marywearn.googlepages.com/religionandninteenth-centuryamericanwom

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Comments

  1. Awesome! Thanks for the notice. Sounds like a great opportunity.

    Comment by Jared T. — July 29, 2009 @ 10:49 am


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