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Special issue of Feminist Modernist Studies on Ecology
Deadline: 1 September 2019
Feminist Modernist Studies is issuing a call for papers for a Special Issue on Ecology and feminism, gender, sexuality, or women's writing. Completed essays are due by September 1, 2019.
We are interested in the following papers:
- Short essays on new approaches to the intersections between ecology and feminism, gender, sexuality, or women's writing in modernism and modernity. Approaches open. Word limit of 4,000.
- Original essays on any topic treating the intersection between ecology and feminism, gender, sexuality, or women's writing in modernism and modernity. Approaches open. Word limit of 9,000.
- The Anthropocene, eco-disaster, waste, pollution, climate change, or erosion
- WWI, WWII, the Cold War, the nuclear bomb, industry, technology, or the urban
- Geology, biology, cosmology, the oceanic, cross-kingdom naturalism, elemental circulation, climate, (eco)planetarity, animal studies, or (eco)science
- Ecology and culture/the fine arts
- New (eco)forms in literature, art, culture, the en dehors garde (forms outside the mainstream modernist avant-garde
- The ecological as a Politics
- (Eco)Queer, trans, lesbian, bisexual, and gay
- Global writers, globalism, transnationalism, or postcolonialism
- Issue of race, class, and ethnicity
For inquiries, email email@example.com.
All submissions should be made online at the Editorial Manager site, which can be found at https://www.editorialmanager.com/rfmd/default.aspx. Find out more on how to prepare your manuscript for submission by reading the Instructions for Authors at our journal website.
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Out of the Archives Editor:
Urmila Seshagiri, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Melissa Bradshaw, Loyola University Chicago
Sanja Bahun, University of Essex (United Kingdom)
Dennis Denisoff, University of Tulsa
Amrita Ghosh, Seton Hall University
Cristanne Miller, State University of New York, Buffalo
Jean Mills, John J. College of Criminal Justice