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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
Peace Review

For a Special Issue on
Transgender Intersections with Peace and Violence

Manuscript deadline
15 July 2022

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Joss Inton-Campbell, University of Otago
[email protected]

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Transgender Intersections with Peace and Violence

Under the guest editorship of Joss Inton-Campbell, transgender researcher/activist, and Ph.D. Candidate with the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Otago, Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice invites essays for a special issue on Transgender Intersections with Peace and Violence.

We welcome submissions for a special issue that explores the many ways transgender lives, communities, activism, and research intersect with issues of peace and violence. Trans people have historically been one of the most targeted groups at the intersections of violence based upon gender, race, ethnicity, immigration status, disability, and class. At the same time, trans communities have hard-won knowledge and experience from the frontlines of activism and advocacy for racial justice, gender equality, prison abolition, public housing, and other social justice movements. This issue aims to platform trans voices from academia, creative and performance arts, civil society, the public sector, and the private sector on issues of peace, violence, conflict, and justice. Essays can employ theoretical, historical, empirical, applied, activist, and other approaches to these topics. These themes are intended to be inclusive and expansive to the diversity of gender identities including: transgender, transsexual, non-binary, and gender non-conforming.

General themes that contributors can address in their essays include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Approaches to transgender issues from a Peace and Conflict Studies lens
  • Approaches to peace and violence from a Trans Studies lens
  • Trans perspectives and research on direct, structural, and cultural violence
  • Trans perspectives and research on direct, structural, and cultural peace
  • Gender-based violence targeting gender non-conformity
  • Transicide, Transicidio, Transfemicide, Transfeminicidios, and other understandings of how trans people are targeted with lethal violence because of their gender
  • Domestic violence and transgender issues
  • Relationships between colonization and violence against trans people
  • Violence that targets trans and gender non-conforming people along intersecting identities of race, ethnicity, nationality, immigration status, mental health, disability, class, and poverty
  • Media and its relationship to violence and discrimination against transgender people
  • Roles of trans people in social justice, peacebuilding, and human rights work
  • Knowledge and wisdom from trans communities that contributes to resiliency, collective action, and peacebuilding
  • Critical approaches to conventional peace and violence discourse based upon trans perspectives, lives, and research
  • Views on public management practices and public policy that can help ensure trans people are served by peace, justice, and public goods
  • Trans perspectives on related fields, such as queer studies, gender studies, race and ethnicity studies, criminal justice, law, political science, social psychology, media studies, and public health.

Content Questions

Expression of Interest and questions to the guest editor are welcome, and may increase the chance of publication. Please direct content-based questions or concerns to the guest editor: Joss Inton-Campbell: [email protected]

Submissions

Essays keen to be considered for inclusion in this special edition should be uploaded to the Peace Review Portal on the Taylor and Francis Journal website no later than July 15, 2022.

Submission Instructions

To submit to this issue use email subject line “Transgender Intersections with Peace and Violence Transgender Femicide in War and Peace 34(4)” when submitting your article.

Essays, Peace Profiles, Case Studies, Reports, Interviews, Literature Reviews

Should be sent directly to editorial, at [email protected]

Essays: 2500–3500 words, excluding references (Chicago B-Author/date).
Peace Profiles: 1000-1500 words, including recommended readings.
Case Studies: 2500-3500 words
Reports: 1200-2500 words
Interviews: 1200-1500 words, including context
Literature Reviews: 3000-3500 words, excluding references (Chicago B-Author/date).

Reviews, Collections, Exhibitions, Oration, Pictorial Work, Rapid Communication

Should be submitted directly to the Cultural Curator, Tatiyana Bastet, at [email protected]

Reviews: 2000-2500 words, excluding references
Collections/ Exhibitions: 1800-2000 words + 3-5 photos or images, excluding references
Oration: 3-5 minute audio file + transcription, accompanied by a written introduction/analysis of 800-1000 words
Pictorial Work: 8-10 images, including introductory paragraph of 200 words

Expression of Interest and questions to the guest editor are welcome, and may increase the chance of publication. Please direct content-based questions or concerns to the guest editor: Joss Inton-Campbell: [email protected]

While delays can occur for a variety of reason, the Peace Review Journal will endeavour to publish accepted articles in 6-9 months.

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