CFP: /thirdspace/: Representation and Transgressive Sexualities (10/15/03; e-journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
Jessica Blaustein
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/thirdspace/ Representation and Transgressive Sexualities (due 10/15/03)

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/thirdspace/: the journal for emerging feminist scholars

Special Issue on Representation and Transgressive Sexualities *Extended
deadline: October 15, 2003*

The editors of the premier journal for emerging feminist scholars,
/thirdspace/, invite you to contribute your work for our March 2004
special issue on representation and transgressive sexualities.

We encourage submissions that focus on (but are not restricted to) the
following themes: monstrous women; the femme fatale; deviant,
transgressive, and subversive sexualities; and future landscapes of
sexualities. Explorations are especially welcomed on how these themes can
be Understood in the larger context of representation. Papers examining
additional Themes linked to representation and transgressive sexualities
are also appreciated.

/thirdspace/ is an on-line journal committed to the promotion of new
feminist work in all areas of study. Our mandate is to produce a
top-quality, refereed journal that demonstrates the broad range of
applications for feminist theory and methodology, as well as gives
emerging feminist scholars a venue for their work. This journal is a
collaborative effort that brings together a wide range of students and
scholars from a variety of disciplines to foster a strong, innovative
presence for feminist studies in the emerging-scholar community and
beyond. /thirdspace/ is published electronically twice a year, in March
and November.

Submissions should be original work done while an 'emerging scholar':
graduate student, postdoctoral fellow, new independent scholar, junior
professional (up to five years), or a similar status. We welcome
submissions in English, French, German, Spanish, and Arabic; we will also
consider submissions in other languages. All articles are peer-reviewed by
established, senior feminist scholars. We require one electronic copy of
your submission. (A paper copy should be sent upon request only.)
Submissions should be between 4000-6500 words (about 15 to 25 pages),
prepared in MLA format, and include an abstract and a brief biographical
note which will be posted on the members section of the site. Please see
our submissions guide ( for full details.

Submissions should be sent to

Deadline for submission (extended): October 15, 2003.

For further information please visit the journal at

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