Demeter Press is seeking scholarly and creative submissions for an edited collection tentatively titled Mothers and Domestic Violence.
Editors: Michele McIntosh, Tracy Royce, Valerie R. Stackman, and Patricia Breton
Deadline for Abstracts: June 1, 2015
It is estimated that over a million North American women are assaulted by a current or former intimate partner each year, and over 3 million children witness domestic violence annually. For those mothers who experience what is variously known as domestic violence, partner abuse, intimate partner violence, or intimate terrorism, motherwork entails not only attempts to preserve the safety of self and child, but negotiating a legal system that sometimes criminalizes battered mothers for “failure to protect” their children.
This anthology aims to examine the intersection of mothering and domestic violence from a feminist perspective that foregrounds the lived realities of battered mothers and their children. We seek scholarly works from a broad range of academic disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary work and creative submissions. We welcome original empirical studies (including phenomenological research and critical qualitative inquiry), review papers, social and cultural critique, personal narratives, short fiction, and poetry.
What: Call for submissions for a proposed edited collection “Horrible Mothers” (Francophone North America)
Deadline: 31 May 2015
Demeter Press is seeking submissions for an edited collection entitled
Mothers, Mothering, and Globalization
Editors: Dorsía Smith Silva, Laila Malik, and Abigail Palko
Deadline for Abstracts: March 31, 2015
This anthology will examine the diverse and complex experiences of motherhood and mothering from a broad interdisciplinary perspective. We welcome submissions that explore how globalization influences the lives of mothers, especially in regard to cultural, political, historical, social, and economic factors. Further, we encourage writings that represent the relationships between mothering and globalization in a myriad of ways: mothers and their children, extended motherhood, perspectives of single mothers, migrant and domestic care workers, and deferred mothering
The PJMH: The Postgraduate Journal of Medical Humanities is now accepting submissions for articles and book reviews for its second edition.
The International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics is requesting submissions for a special issue on Feminism and Fitness. Possible themes include pregnant bodies. The deadline for submissions is 1 April 2015.
We seek additional chapters for an edited collection of original essays currently in development that explores the specific role of women in, on, and behind the work of Todd Haynes. Female characters and women’s genres from classical Hollywood, as well as feminist film scholars, women directors, film industry professionals, actors, and female fans have all shaped Haynes’s creative work. Our collection represents new research addressing the broadly conceived topic of women and the work of Todd Haynes; we seek to trace the “indelible mark,” as Haynes himself puts it, of feminism throughout his career.
A peer-reviewed, paperless, academic journal, Breac begins with Irish Studies and looks outward. It pairs the work of accomplished and emerging scholars in short, focused issues with the hope of cultivating international discussions in a digital forum.
The fifth issue of Breac will explore gender and sexuality issues in Irish Studies and Irish culture. Guest editors Moynagh Sullivan and Abigail Palko invite contributions that consider issues of gender and/or sexuality, broadly defined, with a particular interest in papers that engage with intersectionality or interrogate the impact of biopolitics on everyday life.
The conference organisers are delighted to offer delegates a choice of two publications arising out of the Perceptions of Pregnancy gathering in July 2014. Information on both options is provided below, but please do not hesitate to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any other questions.
What: 36th Annual South West Popular and American Culture Association Conference
Theme: ‘Many Faces, Many Voices: Intersecting Borders in Popular and American Culture’, which has a new strand on Mothers, Motherhood and Mothering in Popular Culture.
Where: Albuquerque, New Mexico
When: 11-14 February 2015
Deadline for submissions: 1 November 2014