Call for Submissions: Islands in the Mainstream—Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Caribbean Rhetoric

Repeating Islands


The Caribbean Commons (Kelly Baker Josephs) recently posted a call for chapters for an anthology project on Caribbean rhetoric currently titled: Islands in the Mainstream: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Caribbean Rhetoric. The project editor is Kevin Browne, author of Tropic Tendencies: Rhetoric, Popular Culture, and the Anglophone Caribbean. The deadlines are November 1, 2013 for proposals and August 31, 2014 for full papers.

Call for Papers: Proposals are sought from scholars, teachers, practitioners, and researchers in rhetoric, communication, literature, Caribbean studies, indigenous studies, diaspora studies, cultural studies, gender studies, and the visual and performing arts for contributions that explore aspects of Caribbean rhetorical expression from an interdisciplinary perspective. In particular, original essays are sought that will contribute to and fortify emerging work in the study of Caribbean rhetoric by envisioning the scope and dimension of what such work might entail. Such essays will engage, challenge, and move beyond the traditional…

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