Conferences & Calls for Papers
The Capital Fellows Programs are nationally recognized public policy fellowships which offer unique experiences in policy-making and development in each branch of government. Rooted in experiential learning and public service, Capital Fellows spend 10-11 months as part of a cohort working in a Legislative, Executive or Judicial Branch office.
The deadline to apply is December 4, 2023 at 11:59PM PST.
Calls for Papers: Journals, Books, Magazines and Miscellaneous Publications
The ADVANCE Journal has recently published a special issue devoted to brief essays that address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on faculty women across race/ethnicity, sexuality, gender identity, national origin, ability, age, and other forms of social difference from both personal and research perspectives (https://www.advancejournal.org/section/2102-volume-2-issue-2). The ADVANCE Journal is a peer-reviewed online, open-access journal about institutional transformation. The journal arose as part of Oregon State University’s NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grant. Our mission is to provide a forum in which to publish peer-reviewed scholarship related to institutional transformation concerning inclusion, equity, and justice in higher education. The journal’s website is https://www.advancejournal.org/.
Black Women, Gender and Families (BWGF) welcome research and theoretical submissions in history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, education, economics, political science, and English that are framed by Black Women’s Studies perspectives and a policy or social analysis. Interdisciplinary, comparative, and transnational studies of the African Diaspora and other women, families, and communities of color are also encouraged.
Demeter Press CFPs: Click here to view all Demeter Press CFPs
Feminist Formations seeks robust feminist scholarship, visual art, and poetry that can inspire incisive and politically meaningful analyses and action. Feminist Formations is edited by Patti Duncan and based in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Oregon State University. The editorial team is dedicated to creating an intellectual and creative space for interdisciplinary, intersectional, and transnational feminist scholarship.
Feminist Philosophy Quarterly (FPQ) is an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to promoting feminist philosophical scholarship; papers are published and available at no cost to both authors and readers and authors retain the copyright to their work. We always welcome submissions from all areas and traditions of feminist philosophy, and our goal is to be a platform for philosophical research that engages the problems of our time in the broader world.
Questions should be directed to the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feminist Philosophy Quarterly (FPQ) is published quarterly with grant support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
New Journal: Feminist Pedagogy
We are excited to announce the creation of Feminist Pedagogy, a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal dedicated to publishing original scholarship on higher education feminist teaching strategies.
Feminist Pedagogy welcomes original approaches to the classroom that place questions of power, inequality, and justice at the center of teaching and that transcend disciplinary boundaries. Submissions, including teaching activities, critical commentaries, as well as book and media reviews, will feature various disciplines, methodological approaches, and theoretical standpoints.
Facebook: Feminist Pedagogy Journal (https://www.facebook.com/FeministPedagogyJournal)
Gender & Society (GENDSOC)
Gender & Society is a peer-reviewed journal, focused on the study of gender. It is the official journal of Sociologists for Women in Society, and was founded in 1987 as an outlet for feminist social science. Currently, it is a top-ranked journal in both sociology and women’s studies. Articles appearing in Gender & Society analyze gender and gendered processes in interactions, organizations, societies, and global and transnational spaces. The journal primarily publishes empirical articles, which are both theoretically engaged and methodologically rigorous, including qualitative, quantitative, and comparative-historical methodologies. Gender & Society also publishes reviews of books from a diverse array of social science disciplines. FMI: https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/gender-society/journal200793#submission-guidelines
Gendered Perspectives on International Development (GPID) series is a peer-reviewed journal publication of scholarly work on the effects of international development policy and globalization on gender roles, gender relations, and sexuality. GPID Papers are article-length manuscripts (9,000-word max) by scholars from a broad range of disciplines, disseminating materials at a late stage of formulation that contribute new understandings of gendered roles and relations amidst economic, social, and political change. Individual papers in the series address a range of topics, such as gender, violence, and human rights; gender and agriculture; reproductive health and healthcare; gender and social movements; masculinities and development; and the gendered division of labor.
Journal of Feminist Scholarship – Call for submissions for a new online, peer-reviewed journal. The Journal of Feminist Scholarship is a new twice-yearly, peer-reviewed, open-access journal published online and aimed at promoting feminist scholarship across the disciplines, as well as expanding the reach and definitions of feminist research.
Literary Mama features writing by both established and emerging writers about the complexities of motherhood. We believe in a wide-ranging understanding of motherhood as experienced through multiple lenses and bodies. We seek top-notch fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction from self-identified mothers. We also publish book reviews, profiles of mother writers and artists, guest blog posts, and original photography to complement our content.
We are especially looking to hear from traditionally underrepresented writers such as those who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and from other diverse backgrounds.
Signs publishes pathbreaking articles, review essays, comparative perspectives, and retrospectives of interdisciplinary interest addressing gender, race, culture, class, nation, and sexuality. Whether critical, theoretical, or empirical, articles published in Signs generate theories, concepts, analytical categories, and methodological innovations that enable new ways of thinking, new ways of seeing, and new ways of living.
Signs always accepts submissions for regular issues.
Over the past two decades, transgender studies has become fertile ground for new approaches to cultural analysis. TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly offers a high-profile venue for innovative research and scholarship that contest the objectification, pathologization, and exoticization of transgender lives. It publishes interdisciplinary work that explores the diversity of gender, sex, sexuality, embodiment, and identity in ways that have not been adequately addressed by feminist and queer scholarship. Its mission is to foster a vigorous conversation among scholars, artists, activists, and others that examines how “transgender” comes into play as a category, a process, a social assemblage, an increasingly intelligible gender identity, an identifiable threat to gender normativity, and a rubric for understanding the variability and contingency of gender across time, space, and cultures. Major topics addressed in the first few issues include the cultural production of trans communities, critical analysis of transgender population studies, transgender biopolitics, radical critiques of political economy, and problems of translating gender concepts and practices across linguistic communities.
For a full catalog of past issues see: https://www.dukeupress.edu/tsq-transgender-studies-quarterly. You may address any technical or formatting queries to email@example.com(link sends e-mail).
Editors: Susan Stryker, Francisco J. Galarte, Grace Lavery, Jules Gill-Peterson, and Abraham B. Weil
Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal is published exclusively on the Internet as a forum for scholarly debate on gender-related issues in Judaism. It is particularly intended to promote critical analysis of gender inequalities within Jewish religion, culture, and society, both ancient and modern. The journal does not promote a fixed ideology, and welcomes a variety of approaches. The material may be cross-methodological or interdisciplinary.
Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal is also seeking book reviewers.
To access the list of the review copies, click on the Books Received button on the homepage of the journal. The list can also be obtained by emailing the editor-in-chief. All reviews are 500-1000 words and due 30 days from receipt of the book. They may be formal or informal, as long as they are fair and engaging. Presently, our fiction list is in urgent need of reviews. (Some of the books are somewhat dated, but still available in print.)
The Journal’s Website: https://wjudaism.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/wjudaism/index
FMI: Queries, along with a short bio and a writing sample, should be made by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org