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Notices Request for Manuscripts: Future SHAW Volumes SHAW 24, a theme volume guest-edited by Michel Pharand, will focus on "Shaw and Sex." SHAW 25 will be devoted to selected papers presented at the International George Bernard Shaw Conference, "Shaw in the Here and Now," 17­21 March 2004, University of South Florida, Sarasota, FL; Web site: http://chuma.cas.usf.edu/~dietrich/USFShawConference2004-Sarasota/ index.html. Contributors are invited to submit article-length manuscripts in three copies and disk by June 1, 2004, to Gale K. Larson, SHAW Editor; Department of English, California State University, Northbridge, CA 91330. Inquiries may be made to gale.larson@CSUN.edu. SHAW 26 will be guest-edited by Heidi Holder and MaryAnn Crawford and will have as its theme "Postmodern Shaw." The volume will include essays exploring the possible connections between Shaw and postmodern literature, performance, and theory. Possible areas of interest include intertextuality in Shaw works, postmodern elements in the production of plays, the history of Shaw criticism, treatment of ideas of nationalism and colonialism, use of language, approaches to literary/theatrical/political traditions, concepts of periodicity, and the handling of historical subjects, among others. Contributors to SHAW 26 should submit three copies of manuscripts and one copy on disk by April 1, 2005, to MaryAnn K. Crawford, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies Penn State University Press

Notices

SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies , Volume 23 (1)

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Penn State University Press
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Copyright © 2003 The Pennsylvania State University
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1529-1480
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Request for Manuscripts: Future SHAW Volumes SHAW 24, a theme volume guest-edited by Michel Pharand, will focus on "Shaw and Sex." SHAW 25 will be devoted to selected papers presented at the International George Bernard Shaw Conference, "Shaw in the Here and Now," 17­21 March 2004, University of South Florida, Sarasota, FL; Web site: http://chuma.cas.usf.edu/~dietrich/USFShawConference2004-Sarasota/ index.html. Contributors are invited to submit article-length manuscripts in three copies and disk by June 1, 2004, to Gale K. Larson, SHAW Editor; Department of English, California State University, Northbridge, CA 91330. Inquiries may be made to gale.larson@CSUN.edu. SHAW 26 will be guest-edited by Heidi Holder and MaryAnn Crawford and will have as its theme "Postmodern Shaw." The volume will include essays exploring the possible connections between Shaw and postmodern literature, performance, and theory. Possible areas of interest include intertextuality in Shaw works, postmodern elements in the production of plays, the history of Shaw criticism, treatment of ideas of nationalism and colonialism, use of language, approaches to literary/theatrical/political traditions, concepts of periodicity, and the handling of historical subjects, among others. Contributors to SHAW 26 should submit three copies of manuscripts and one copy on disk by April 1, 2005, to MaryAnn K. Crawford,

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SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw StudiesPenn State University Press

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