CFP: Gender and Sexuality in Science Fiction (2/18/05; journal issue)
The editors of Phoebe: A Journal of Gender and Cultural Critiques seek
essays for a special issue on gender and sexuality in science-fiction
and the fantastic.
Deadline: If interested, please send a 300 word abstract by February 18,
2005 to the guest editor for this issue, Dr. Cherilyn Lacy, at
lacyc_at_hartwick.edu <mailto:lacyc_at_hartwick.edu>. The deadline for
completed essays will be May 6, 2005.
Topics include but are not limited to:
-Gender and sexuality in science-fiction/fantasy literature, feature
films, or television.
-Gender, sexuality and visions of the "monstrous" or "alien"
-Technology and the body
-Mythologies, historical and imagined
-Gender and sexuality in utopian/dystopian futures
-Gender, sexuality and science-fiction/fantasy fandoms
The editors will consider essays from varied disciplinary and
Please submit completed essays, in English, in Word, as an e-mail
attachment, to Dr. Cherilyn Lacy at lacyc_at_hartwick.edu. Authors are
requested to limit submissions to no more than 30 pages double-spaced,
and to send submissions as text only without using an automatic
Phoebe: A Journal of Gender and Cultural Critiques, is a peer-reviewed
journal published twice annually by the Women's and Gender Studies
Department of the State University of New York at Oneonta. It was
founded by SUNY feminist and gender scholars to create a forum for
emerging scholars and artists, as well as established ones, interested
in research, criticism, and theory focused on gender, sexuality, and
their shifting meanings and intersections with race, ethnicity, and
class in the U.S. and globally. Phoebe is also committed to providing
space for creative work, poetry, fiction, and all visual arts which
express the journal's primary concerns.
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