Deadline for issue one: MAY 15, 1996. Deadline for issue two ("Neo-Imperialism, Nomadism, and the Future of Postcolonial Studies"): SEPTEMBER 30.
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Our first issue will focus on the special topic of "Universities as a Space of Resistance." How might the space of the university offer alternatives to apparatuses of the State and the dominant culture and their prohibitive modes of knowledge production?
Possibilities for articles: Budget cuts and "downsizing" of the university. What is at stake in the move to privatize education? How can different disciplinary studies form communities of resistance with other disciplines?
Topic for issue two: "Neo-Imperialism, Nomadism, and the Future of Postcolonial Studies."
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"Crossings" does not reflect or pursue any particular orthodoxy, but instead interrogates the orthodoxies of culture that students, professors, and university departments must confront today--prohibitive orthodoxies that not only encourage, to name just one example here, the massive privatization of educational institutions, but also seek to eradicate the independent and resistant essence of the student population. We intend "Crossings" to be a journal that bears witness to the enabling possibilities of resistance. "Crossings" invites articles form both students and professors from other universities who are concerned about these and similar issues.
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