Loyola University Chicago

Women's Studies and Gender Studies

Publications

Publications

Get published!

Build your resume and expose your hard work by submitting to the following publications:

If you would like to announce a Call for Papers, please email WSGS Graduate Assistant, Jessica at jpina1@luc.edu

Call for Papers:

1. Feral Feminisms – CFP Issue 8
Critical Interventions in Rape Culture // Deadline1 April 2017 

For more information:  Feral Fem PDF

See Feral Feminisms site: http://www.feralfeminisms.com/

2. Gendered Perspectives of Everyday Violence: Persistence, Resistance, and Healing April 7, 2017

For more information click: Gendered Perspective Call for Paper

3. WISCON ACADEMIC CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE FEBRUARY 23

 Lauren J. Lacey & Alexis Lothian, Academic Chairs for WisCon 41

 

We invite you to submit papers, panels, and presentations for Academic Programming at WisCon 41! Join us for a weekend dedicated to imagining, exploring, and critiquing alternate worlds, technological transformations, and the possibilities and processes for creating the feminist, decolonial, anti-racist, anti-ableist, anti-fascist futures we so badly need.

WisCon has a track of academic programming that is open to undergraduate, postgraduate, and independent scholars. One of the benefits of this track is that it strengthens the links between the wider feminist science fiction community and students and other scholars working on feminist science fiction and fantasy and related fields. The track operates very much like a conventional academic conference, with presentations based on individual or collaborative research. However, scholarly work on all aspects of feminist science fiction reaches an audience at WisCon that gives a kind of passionate and informed feedback that is rare at academic conferences.

We invite proposals from anyone with a scholarly interest in the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, class, and disability with science fiction — broadly defined — in literature, media, culture, and politics. We particularly welcome scholarship on the work of our Guests of Honor, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Amal El-Mohtar, and on the histories and cultures of feminist and social-justice-oriented fan communities. We encourage submissions from scholars in all fields, including interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary areas, and from amateur and independent scholars as well as graduate students, postdocs, and faculty.