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Changes in Journal Subscriptions with Membership in NCA


Submitted by syntaxfactory on May 15, 2014 - 11:44am


Alas, I did not receive the email, but...

I understand that the benefits of membership in NCA (National Communication Association) has been reorganized such that paper copies of journals are no longer mailed to subscribers?

I would love to hear more about this, especially as someone who has long been a member of both NCTE and NCA. NCTE journals and membership have always been cheaper, I think.

But NCA is more tightly circumscribed in the mission and emphases of the journals, and more essential in the P&T process for a Comm person than NCTE journals might be for a rhet person.

 

All of the KBS Newsletters we have are now available at the KB Journal site


Submitted by syntaxfactory on April 29, 2014 - 12:37am


All of the KBS Newsletters we have are now available at the KB Journal site:

http://kbjournal.org/newsletters

Thanks to Heather Christiansen here at Clemson for prepping and optimizing the PDF files and for creating this page!

This is one of many new projects about to launch prior to this summer's conference in St. Louis.

Cheers,
Dave
Editor, KB Journal

 

Journal Announcement: International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity


Submitted by syntaxfactory on September 16, 2013 - 2:09pm


Please allow me to draw your attention to the new peer-reviewed and
open-access International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity
(HCM). The aim of the journal is to stimulate interdisciplinary research
and a lively academic exchange in the field of the cultural history of
modernity worldwide. HCM is published by Amsterdam University Press and
supported financially by the Dutch Research Council (NWO).
HCM was launched this summer and the first issue can be found online by
following this link:
http://www.history-culture-modernity.org/index.php/HCM/issue/current.

 

Survive and Thrive: It Starts With The Heart


Submitted by syntaxfactory on August 31, 2013 - 8:57pm


Call for submissions and participation:

Announcing a new journal in Medical Humanities and Narrative Medicine.

As part of the “Survive and Thrive Conference and Festival,” we have established an online Journal. Submissions are open to anyone registered for the conference at www.survivethrive.net/2013/registration.php. To facilitate international and national participation and submissions, we have an online version of the conference to be held on the 18th of October. Join us!

Think Medical Humanities
Practice Narrative Medicine

Dr. Rex Veeder

 

International Society for Heresy Studies


Submitted by syntaxfactory on August 29, 2013 - 8:15pm


Editorial Board Members and Peer Reviewers Needed
full name / name of organization:
International Society for Heresy Studies -The Journal of Heresy Studies
contact email:
schweizerb@yahoo.com, geremyc@umich.edu, ens310@lehigh.edu

 

New editor of Technical Communication Quarterly


Submitted by syntaxfactory on August 16, 2013 - 11:22pm


Dr. Donna Kain will be the new editor of Technical Communication Quarterly.

 

Composition Studies News


Submitted by syntaxfactory on August 5, 2013 - 11:07pm


The journal Composition Studies has moved from
the University of Winnipeg to the University of Cincinnati. Please make a
note of the journal's new web address:

http://www.uc.edu/journals/composition-studies.html and, while you're at,
its new cover, visible on the home page. I am very excited to serve as the
next editor and to continue the good work of Jennifer Clary-Lemon, who
served the journal with a steady hand over the past three years.

CS will continue to publish articles, book reviews, and course designs. In

 

The Critical Lede interview with Johanna Hartelius, author of "Models of Signification and Pedagogy..."


Submitted by syntaxfactory on April 26, 2013 - 4:13pm


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W. Benjamin Myers, BMYERS@USCUPSTATE.EDU

We are pleased to announce a new The Critical Lede interview with Johanna Hartelius, author of the article "Models of Signification and Pedagogy in J.L. Austin, John Searle, and Jacques Derrida," which appears in the newest issue of The Review of Communication. In the interview, we discuss the "legendary" disagreement between Derrida and Searle about the intentionality of speech acts and how they might inform the mentor-mentee relationship in graduate school.

 

New Issue of Harlot is Out!


Submitted by syntaxfactory on April 22, 2013 - 2:28pm


A New Issue of Harlot is out!

 

Backlog in Journals


Submitted by syntaxfactory on December 30, 2012 - 1:50pm


Do we have this issue in rhetoric?
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From NewApps Philosophy Blog:

If backlogs in philosophy journals are the problem, are moratoria the solution?
by Helen De Cruz