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CFP and Reviews TPI
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 723. Saturday, 10 September 1994.
 
From:           James Emory Zeiger <
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Date:           Thursday, 8 Sep 1994 23:33:13 -0600 (MDT)
Subject:        CALL FOR PAPERS AND REVIEWS
 
NOTE: The following message is heavily cross-posted.  Apologies for the
inevitable duplications.
 
THEATRE.PERSPECTIVES.INTERNATIONAL (TPI) invites submission of papers for the
third issue, release date Sept. 30.  Subject matter will be the history,
theory, dramaturgy, and the theatrical production of the works of Shakespeare.
The editors aim to present a wide cross-section of current thought on
Shakespeare and welcome non-traditional as well as traditional perspectives.
 
TPI intends to provide a broad sampling of reviews of the past summer's
Shakespeare festivals.  Some reviews are already in-house and several are
expected over the next two weeks.  Individuals interested in submitting reviews
should contact the editors via e-mail.
 
Articles may only be submitted electronically, using one of three methods: 1.
Upload via e-mail to the editors: David Reifsnyder (
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or Jim Zeiger (
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 ). 2.  Upload via the THEATRE LYNX BBS
at the University of Colorado (303-530-5157).  Please note that this is a new
access number for THEATRE LYNX.  New users wishing information via THEATRE LYNX
will find easy on-screen instructions. Questions should be directed to the
sysop, Richard Finkelstein. 3.  Mail submissions on floppy disc (any format,
Mac or PC, ASCII text preferred) to:
 
               THEATRE.PERSPECTIVES.INTERNATIONAL
               Dept. of Theatre and Dance
               University of Colorado
               Campus Box 261
               Boulder, CO 80309-0261 USA
 
Please do not make submissions via the listserv address.
 

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