The Five College Women's Studies Research Center, a joint project of Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith Colleges and the University of Massachusetts/ Amherst invites applications for its Research Associate positions for 1998-99 from scholars and teachers at all levels of the educational system, as well as from artists, community organizers and political activists, both local and international. Associates are provided with office space, access to computer facilities, library privileges at the five institutions, and the collegiality of a diverse community of feminists. Research Associates, whether from the Five Colleges or elsewhere, apply to the Center for either semester or year-long residencies. The deadline for receipt of applications is February 10, 1998. The Five College Women's Studies Research Center supports projects in all disciplines. Affiliation with a women's studies program is not necessary although your project must be centrally focused on women. For application materials, contact the Center at Dickinson House, Mount Holyoke College, 50 College Street, South Hadley, MA 01075-6406; phone (413) 583-2022 or (413)538-2275; fax (413) 538-2082; email email@example.com; website http://persephone.hampshire.edu/~fcwsrc
Fellowships to encourage the academic growth of promising humanists with recent Ph.D. degrees. Fellows spend a year at Cornell teaching half-time in a department and pursuing their research. Applicants must have received the Ph.D. after September 1992, and must be citizens of the United States or Canada or hold permanent residency cards. Fields for the 1998/1999 academic year are: Asian Studies, Linguistics, Government, Art History, Philosophy, and Women's Studies. Stipend: $30,000. Deadline: January 3, 1998. For further information write: Agnes Sirrine, The Society for the Humanities, 27 East Avenue, Ithaca, NY 14853. Or call: (607) 255-9274. Due to the winter holidays, the office will be closed between December 20 and January 5; therefore, applications will be unavailable after December 18.
The Center for the study of American Religion, Princeton University, announces the availability of fellowships for younger scholars at work on post-dissertation research projects. The program will focus on a weekly workshop involving fellows and graduate students as well as faculty members. The fellowships are to supplement leave support already secured or to fund others directly. Normally appointments will be for an academic year; semester or term membership considered. (Princeton alumni are not eligible for this program.) Applications for 1998-99 are due January 16, 1998. Write: 1879 Hall, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544-1006; or call 609-258-5545; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Introducing Intertexts, a journal of comparative literature and theoretical reflection. The most interesting and challenging work in the humanities today is being done in the spaces between texts--be they social, historical, or linguistic--rather than within their bounds. Intertexts is a forum for all those whose intellectual reflection draws them into this inter-textual space.
Intertexts is published twice yearly. Thematic issues alternate with open ones. Future topics will include French Feminism Across the Disciplines and Webs of Discourse: The Intertextuality of Science Studies. For information on current issues or submissions, please see our web page at www.ttu.edu/~complit/Intertextsinfo.html. Intertexts 1.1, Claiming Voices, Seizing Spaces: Latin American and Latin Women Writers, is now available.
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