UPDATE: Gender on Our Minds (1/26/07; journal issue)

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Gender on Our Minds

Call for Submissions

Gender on Our Minds

A Journal of Southern Connecticut State University's

Graduate Program in Women's Studies

Submission Deadline

January 26, 2007

Gender on Our Minds
*is a recently established sibling publication to *Woman in Mind *, an
interdisciplinary publication dedicated to making women's voices heard
through a variety of writings and art submitted by students, staff, and
guests. *

Gender on Our Minds
*is an interdisciplinary publication dedicated to awareness from the
perspective of gender studies. *Gender on Our Minds *provides a space for
marginalized groups to discuss topics and issues such as GLBTIQ identities,
academic and queer pedagogy, arts, cultures, histories, politics, and
theories. *

Submission is open to the general public.

The editors welcome all submissions, but are particularly interested in
submissions that contribute to current conversations in gender studies and
queer studies.


*Submission Guidelines*:

    1. Submit articles or stories up to 7500 words; up to10 photographs
   of artwork; or up to three poems (maximum 10 pages totals).
   2. All entries will be considered for publication by the editorial
   board. Under no circumstances does *Gender on Our Minds *guarantee
   publication. The board's decision is final.
   3. Include an SASE for notification; *mss.not returned*.
   4. Include a brief bio, but no name should appear on the mss.
   5. Submission must include the writer's phone number and email
   6. Simultaneous submissions allowed if *Gender on Our Minds *is
   notified of acceptance elsewhere.
   7. Once received, all submissions become property of *Gender on Our
   Minds*. *Gender on Our Minds *reserves the right to edit submissions
   for content, length, grammar, and mechanics.
   8. Send submissions electronically to *GenderonOurMinds_at_gmail.com *
   9. Send hard copy to

* Gender on Our Minds
Attn: Khoi Nguyen
Women's Studies ENG B229
Southern Connecticut State University
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515

Contact Information
*Khoi Nguyen *=B7 *203-258-2120 *


Gender on Our Minds *is a student-based publication sponsored by the SCSU
KAPPA Chapter of Iota Iota Iota, The National Women's Studies Honor Society
and the Women's Studies Program at Southern Connecticut State *University*

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