CFP: Huxley’s BRAVE NEW WORLD

Call for Papers on Huxley’s BRAVE NEW WORLD

Call for Papers Date:

2013-11-08

Date Submitted:

2013-08-05

Announcement ID:

205664

 

The rapidly growing Critical Insights series serves a number of   purposes, the most important of which is to support undergraduate education   by compiling volumes that are both useful to teachers and accessible to   students. These volumes compile essays on a variety of literary themes,   genres, authors, and texts that are relevant to the content of undergraduate
literature courses. Currently, contributions of original material (not   previously published) are sought for the Critical Insights volume on Aldous   Huxley’s Brave New World volume. The following items are needed:

4000-5000 word introductory   cultural/historical context chapter [Critical Contexts section]

4000-5000 word introductory   compare/contrast chapter [Critical Contexts section]

4000-5000 word introductory   critical reception chapter [Critical Contexts section]

4000-5000 word introductory   critical lens chapter [Critical Contexts section]

ten 5000-word chapters on   topics related to Brave New World, as proposed by the authors of those   chapters.

Essays should be submitted via   e-mail, preferably as a Word attachment, by December 1, 2013. Authors of   essays will receive an honorarium of $250, but no copy of the volume–though   copies will likely be available at a discount. Those potentially interested   in contributing should send an inquiry or brief proposal to the volume   editor, Professor M. Keith Booker, at m.keith.booker@gmail.com.

 

M. Keith Booker
Department of English
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Email: m.keith.booker@gmail.com
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