Here’s a roundup of some recent calls for papers; please feel free to add to this post by editing it.
Some of you will have seen this on the grad student list, but here’s the link again:
Dear Chairs/Directors, Graduate Coordinators, and Program Coordinators,
Online registration is now available for the CAS-sponsored Graduate Student Publication Workshops.https://cas.wsu.edu/faculty-staff/getting-published-workshop/
We would appreciate you sharing this email and the attached flyer with your Pullman-based graduate students. The website includes all of the information needed for reserving their spot in this workshop series. These Publication Support Program Workshops are presented by Jana Argersinger, a member of the Department of English who serves as Senior Journal Editor and Past President of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals. Her experience and access to resources is tremendous and the opportunity for consultations with her as a follow up will be invaluable to many of our graduate students.
Please note that because of this type of hands-on workshop with more individualized and small group focus, this will only be offered on the Pullman campus this spring and not available via videoconferencing.
Lori Wiest, CAS Associate Dean, Professional Development
September 29: If WSU closes parking lots for any part of a day for a football game, they are effectively canceling class for the whole day regardless of their half-day announcements, and I will not be on campus at all. Contact me by Skype or Google Hangout on those days.
Please add your “article expert” information to the page at this site or to your own site; if the latter, send me the link.
My office hours have changed. The Monday hours will remain the same (9:30-11 but available all day until our seminar), but instead of Tuesday, I’ll be in on Wednesdays 11-1. I’ll also be in the office on one additional day each week, usually a Friday; see the schedule on my office door in 202G.
Our WordPress site at https://americanauthorsonlineeditions.wordpress.com is now linked to a Twitter feed, @campbellcourse. If you’re on Twitter & would like to follow the course, you can get updates that way. You can also “follow” the blog and receive an email whenever it’s updated.
The Virginia Woolf Online site is down, so Jessica will be presenting on the British Library’s Virginia Woolf collection instead.
Great class, everyone! Here are the assignment page for Paper 1 573 Paper 1 Assignment and the brief PowerPoint 573regionalismplantation.