Call for Book Reviewers for Gender Forum
gender forum is looking for one time and ongoing reviewers who are interested in reviewing recent books on Gender Studies/Queer Theory/Feminist Theory. Reviews should not exceed 1500 words in the MLA style.
Here is a short list of books currently needing reviewers (other suggestions welcome):
* Bianchi, Emanuela. The Feminine Symptom. Aleatory Matter in the Aristotelian Cosmos. New York: Fordham University Press, 2014.
* Birkle, Carmen, Ramona Kahl, Gundula Ludwig, and Susanne Maurer, eds. Emanzipation und Feministische Politiken. Sulzbach and Taunus: Helmer Ulrike, 2012.
* Hogan, Susan, ed. Revisiting Feminist Approaches to Art Therapy. New York and Oxford: Berghahn, 2012.
* Rosello, Mireille, and Sudeep Dasgupta, eds. What's Queer about Europe? Productive Encounters and Re-enchanting Paradigms. New York: Fordham UP, 2014.
* Spector, Scott, Helmut Puff, and Dagmar Heryog, eds. After the History of Sexuality: German Genealogies with and Beyond Foucault. New York and Oxford: Berhahn, 2012.
* Tyson Smith, R. Fighting for Recognition. Identity, Masculinity, and the Act of Violence in Professional Wrestling. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2014.
* Wade, Mara R., ed. Gender Matters: Discourses of Violence in Early Modern Literature and the Arts. New York: Rodopi, 2013.
A complete, current list can be viewed at: http://www.genderforum.org/call-for-contributions/ Alternatively, if you have are interested in reviewing a book that is not on this short list, please let us know.
For more information please contact:
Laura-Marie von Czarnowsky, MA
Sarah Youssef, MA
gender forum is an online, peer reviewed academic journal dedicated to the discussion of gender issues. As an electronic journal, gender forum offers a free-of-charge platform for the discussion of gender-related topics in the fields of literary and cultural production, media and the arts as well as politics, the natural sciences, medicine, the law, religion and philosophy. Inaugurated by Prof. Dr. Beate Neumeier in 2002, the quarterly issues of the journal have focused on a multitude of questions from different theoretical perspectives of feminist criticism, queer theory, and masculinity studies.