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CASBC/ACEHL Conference and journal submission request before 31 december 2007

Dear CASBC/ACEHL members
We had a splendid conference last month at the Congress, and I hope everybody is having a good summer and getting on with interesting book-culture/book-history work for next year`s meeting at UBC in Vancouver.  At the Saskatoon conference we had a presentation on the journal History of Intellectual Culture  and their call for papers (article submissions) is now extended to members of our association more broadly. Please send any submissions to Paul Stortz at his address below.   
Members should also be aware of the Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, which publishes articles in both French and English.
best wishes,

Call for Papers

Encouraged by the Canadian Association for the Study of Book Culture
third annual conference that took place during the Congress of the
Social Sciences and Humanities in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 29-30 May
2007, History of Intellectual Culture* www.ucalgary.ca/hic/ is currently
accepting papers from members of the CASBC who gave papers at the
Congress, and from CASBC members in general. The theme is on the History
of Books and the Making of Knowledge, but we will accept papers that are
broadly related to book cultures. If HIC receives enough papers, we will
include the papers as either a special issue or have a thematic section
in an upcoming issue. The papers are required to be fully formatted
along the lines of a formal submission and in English only. For
submission guidelines, please see the journal website. The deadline for
the Call is 31 December 2007. Please send all submissions to Paul Stortz

*History of Intellectual Culture is an international peer-reviewed
open-access academic electronic journal that provides a forum for
publication and discussion of original research on the socio-historical
contexts of ideas and ideologies and their relationships to community
and state formation, physical environments, human and institutional
agency, personal and collective identity, and lived experience. The
journal highlights the viability and vibrancy of intellectual history as
a scholarly field, presents new perspectives for research and analysis,
and promotes critical discussion among researchers, scholars, and
students across disciplines.

Leslie Howsam
President, CASBC/ACEHL (www.casbc-acehl.dal.ca)
Professor, Dept. of History, University of Windsor
Windsor, ON Canada N9B 3P4  --  lhowsam@uwindsor.ca
Phone: 519-253-3000, ex 2330  -- FAX: 519-971-3610

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