Call for Peer Reviewers

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Call for Peer Reviewers

Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory

Deadline
31 December 2021

About the Role

Our expert reviewers greatly contribute to the high standard of papers published within Women & Performance. Reviewing is a reciprocal process; helping an author to improve and expand on their work as well as raising reviewer awareness of new and emerging research.

If you are an academic working within a field related to the performance scholarship covered by Women & Performance, we would invite you to join us as an occasional referee for submitted papers falling within your specific area of expertise. Reviewer input and comments are invaluable to us.

Submitting your Application 

Please email the Managing Editor, Troizel, [email protected], for more information on Women & Performance and the journal’s peer review process.

If accepted as a reviewer, we will add you to our database. In your email please include your CV and advise on the specific subject areas you would be willing to review.

 

Closing date for applications: 31st December 2021

Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory publishes scholarly essays from interdisciplinary feminist perspectives. “Women” and “performance” denote not simply what we study but how we study it—that is, not preconceived objects of analysis, but rather an open assembly of political, ethical, and aesthetic orientations, feminism chief among them. We encourage dialogues among various fields of performance scholarship, including theater and performance studies, dance studies, music history and criticism, ethnography, new and digital media, cinema studies, and cultural studies; as well as queer, critical race, and post- and decolonial theory. Working with/in this disciplinary hybridity, we explore critiques of gender, race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, dis/ability, technology, nation, and capitalism.