Tuesday, July 30, 2002
Reconstruction issue on "Science Fiction & Everyday Life
> Everyday life in the modern world has become increasingly science
> No longer are cloning, cyberspace, nanomachines, and prostheses simply the
> stuff of imagination. Rather, they have become increasingly integrated
> the daily life of the subject under late capitalism. To further
> this phenomenon, we invite submissions for the next themed issue of
> Reconstruction, "Science Fiction & Everyday Life."
> Reconstruction is a culture studies journal
> dedicated to fostering an intellectual community composed of scholars and
> their audience, granting them all the opportunity and ability to share
> thoughts and opinions on the most important and influential work in
> contemporary interdisciplinary studies.
> "Science Fiction & Everyday Life" will be published July 21, 2003.
> Submissions should be received no later than May 19, 2003 for
> Submissions are encouraged from a variety of perspectives, including, but
> not limited to: geography, cultural studies, folklore, architecture,
> history, sociology, psychology, communications, music, political science,
> semiotics, theology, art history, queer theory, literature, criminology,
> urban planning, gender studies, etc. Both theoretical and empirical
> approaches are welcomed.
> In matters of citation, it is assumed that the proper MLA format will be
> followed. Other citation formats are acceptable in respect to the
> disciplinary concerns of the author.
> All submissions and submission queries should be written care of
> submissions@reconstruction.ws.
> Large files, such as Flash movies or essays with many large pictures,
> be sent on a zip disk or CD-R to:
> Submissions
> Reconstruction
> 104 East Hall
> Bowling Green State University
> Bowling Green, OH 43402
> Please visit us at
> Davin Heckman & Matthew Wolf-Meyer, Editors
> http://www.reconstruction.ws

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