Critical Matrix: The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and Culture

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Program in the Study of Women and Gender, Princeton University
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matrix@princeton.edu

Critical Matrix: The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and Culture
Volume 19
Call For Papers

Critical Matrix: The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and Culture invites original submissions for its forthcoming spring 2010 issue. We are seeking critical essays and creative works that intersect with or treat any aspect of women and gender studies, in particular addressing recent changes in, developments to, and current trends/issues in feminist theory and critique across all disciplines. We welcome submissions from all fields and are particularly interested in interdisciplinary research. Submissions of 15-25 double-spaced pages in length and according to the Chicago Manual of Style, as well as inquiries, are to be sent to matrix@princeton.edu by September 30, 2009. Please include a brief biographical note with your submission.

Megan Heuer and Marcelline Block, editors
Critical Matrix
Program in the Study of Women and Gender
Princeton University
113 Dickinson
Princeton, NJ 08544
matrix@princeton.edu
http://www.princeton.edu/~prowom/graduate/critical_matrix/cm_purpose.htm...

Critical Matrix is a forum for research, criticism, theory and creative work in feminism and gender studies. Seeking connections among scholarly, aesthetic and activist approaches to gender, Critical Matrix brings together written and visual materials that explore, redefine or reach across traditional disciplinary boundaries. Today an award winning, internationally circulated professional journal, Critical Matrix was founded by feminist graduate students in the early 1980s to provide academic support for exploratory scholarship in Women’s Studies and continues to encourage submission that might encounter resistance or neglect within established disciplines. We solicit new work by authors at any stage in their careers, with or without academic affiliation.

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