CFP: thirdspace: a journal of feminist theory & culture (4/30/07; journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
Jessica B. Burstrem
contact email:

Apologies for cross-postings, but we're trying to reach as great a
number of scholars as possible at this time.

The editors of /thirdspace: a journal of feminist theory & culture/
invite you to submit your work for our next ‘open topic’ issues: July
2007 and January 2008.

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/thirdspace/ is a peer-reviewed journal, offering work in English and
French, that aims to present the best in scholarship on feminist theory
and culture.

Founded in 2000, our original mandate was to serve ‘emerging feminist
scholars’ publishing feminist work, broadly conceived. After six years
of successful publishing, we have expanded our mandate to include
scholars of all ranks and experience, as well as refined our focus to
attract the best scholarship in feminist theoretical studies.

Our goal remains to produce a top-quality journal that demonstrates a
wide range of applications for feminist theory and methodology. We
envision a broad definition of studies in “feminist theory and culture”
which can include, but are not limited to: development and applications
of feminist theory in any field; cultures of feminism and feminist
movement (including academia); and feminist cultural studies.

For more info about the journal, please see our new site: <>

We welcome submissions from a wide range of disciplinary and
geographical perspectives. Submissions from researchers working within,
or among, the disciplines of history, geography, sociology, literature,
area studies, cultural studies, film/media studies, education, law, and
women’s/gender studies are particularly encouraged.

We accept the submission of work from scholars of any rank or
affiliation, and especially encourage submissions from emerging feminist
scholars, including graduate students.

All submissions to the journal are submitted electronically through our
new online submission process.

Articles should be between 4000-6500 words and include an abstract and
brief biography.

For our essay section, we encourage creative, non-fiction critical
reflections on feminism and feminist scholarship. (NB: we do not accept
fiction for publication.)

Articles and essays on feminist teaching and learning are also very

Please see our sections policies guide for more information:

We welcome submissions in English and French for all sections of the

All articles & essays are peer-reviewed by established, senior feminist

To submit: Please follow our online submission process at

Our submissions guidelines MUST be adhered to for all submissions -
please see:

      Deadline: April 30, 2007

Note: submissions that come in after April 30 will not necessarily be
considered for the July/January issues and may be held over for
consideration for a later issue.

For more information, please contact us at info [at]

--"It is dangerous fantasy to believe that if 'they' can be identified and labeled, and then treated or punished, the nation will be somehow purified, made safer for the rest of us.... When in fact we need to examine poverty, racism, the paucity of meaningful work at a living wage, the lack of access to day care, antifeminism, and a host of other problems, let us not be diverted by 'bad' mothers." Molly Ladd-Taylor and Lauri Umansky, _"Bad Mothers": The Politics of Blame in Twentieth-Century America_ (22,23)Jessica B. Burstrem, M.A.The University of Arizona Department of EnglishThe Princeton Review ========================================================== From the Literary Calls for Papers Mailing List Full Information at or write Jennifer Higginbotham: ==========================================================Received on Fri Apr 06 2007 - 17:00:56 EDT

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