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The Canadian Jewish Literary Awards is calling for submissions.


The Canadian Jewish Literary Awards celebrate excellence in Canadian writing on Jewish themes and subjects, bring awareness to the Jewish Canadian canon, and promote and support Canadian Jewish writers. These Awards will recognize the outstanding achievements of the winning authors with significant cash prizes and public recognition. We invite the submission of books published between January 1, 2014, and March 31, 2015, a span of 15 months.


Second Call for Papers: The Promised Land: Utopia and Dystopia in Contemporary British-Jewish Culture

Judaism can be seen as a utopian religion: the Promised Land will be an ideal place and the messiah will bring about an ideal world. Read as literature, the Bible offers one of the principal sources of utopian thought in Britain and the Western World. Judaic utopianism has become British through the cultural practice of imagining a New Jerusalem in these isles. It is such a conjunction of Jewish and British cultural utopias, in contemporary British-Jewish culture, which this conference proposes to explore. Challenging utopia, there is also a British-Jewish imaginative paradigm of dystopia.