Texas women conservationists
Celebrating the role of women in Texas conservation, we are compiling an edited collection of essays composed by and about Texas women conservationists. Essay topics will include but are not limited to historic explorations of Texas women in the field of conservation; trailblazing Texas women in contemporary conservation; BIPOC women in Texas conservation; conservation as a field in Texas academia; inspiring future generations of Texas women conservationists; career potentials for women in the Texas field of conservation; and Texas women conservationists’ personal reflections.
Under the auspices of the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership, the Texas Woman’s University Pioneering Women: Leaders and Trailblazers book series is an interdisciplinary project focusing upon the lives and work of trailblazing women in fields such as the arts, sciences, politics, business, education, the military, health sciences, and community service. The book series seeks monographs, edited collections, theoretical analyses, biographies, memoirs, historical studies, contemporary analyses, and illustrated volumes of visual art or photography. Manuscripts need not be scholarly in genre. The Texas Woman’s University book series is a sponsoring institute for Texas A&M Press. Books developed as part of the Texas Woman’s University book series are passed on to Texas A&M Press for peer review. For more information or to submit a proposal, please visit https://twu.edu/twu-book-series/. Questions and inquiries can be directed to Dr. Sneha Bharadwaj, book series General Editor and Professor of Communication Sciences and Oral Health, at email@example.com.
Please submit a paper title, an abstract of 250–300 words, a projection of your essay’s word count number, a short biography, and contact details to Kimberly C. Merenda at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 9, 2022. Please e-mail any questions to Kimberly C. Merenda at email@example.com.