Feministas Unidas Inc.

April 2016 Newsletter
   
 Estimada membresía,

Esperamos que estén disfrutando de la primavera. Recuerden que pueden enviarme cualquier información de interés para Feministas Unidas a acorbalan@ua.edu

Aquí envío un par de cositas:
1. Recordatorio del panel de SAMLA, Nov. 4-6, Jacksonville.
2. We Crossed the Line, volumen II. CFP
3. Journal of Feminist Scholarship. CFP

Muchos saludos cordiales!!
Ana

1. CALL FOR PAPERS
SAMLA 2016
November 4-6, 2016
Jacksonville, FL
Latin American and Spanish Female Voices On Stage: Between Utopia and Dystopia
Notions of “utopia” and “dystopia” have always changed depending on the time period and cultural context. This panel seeks to address how Latin American and/or Spanish drama, of any time period, addresses “utopia” and/or “dystopia” within challenging political, social and ideological contexts. We are particularly interested in how the application of gender and sexuality studies comes to bear on these (con)texts. Presentations will be limited to 20 min. Please include name, affiliation, e-mail address and A/V requirements. Panelists must be members of BOTH Feministas Unidas and SAMLA to participate in the panel. Abstracts in English, Spanish or Portuguese (250 words) due to Eugenia Charoni (echaroni@antiochcollege.org) by May 6.

2. We Crossed The Line. Volume II.
Bilingual/Bicultural Texts from a Transborder Region.


The border has been characterized as a place located on the vanguard, set on the edge, on the margins of two or more cultures that often result in a new and unique dynamic. This place represents not only geographical and geopolitical boundary, but includes metaphorical, gender, class and identity encounters and clashes. The first volume of Nos pasamos de la raya/We Crossed The Line, composed by seventeen texts of diverse genres from fifteen different authors was published on May 2015 and has been widely accepted by critics and the public on both sides of the border.

To keep this transcultural pulse alive and based on the above mentioned themes we call on chronicle, short story, poetry, hybrid and transCgenre works. The writings will be subject to an editorial review and must adhere to the norms stated below in order to be considered. The purpose is to produce a contemporary bilingual/bicultural anthology that reflects the fluid and permeable processes of a transborder identity, that is not limited to the US/Mexico border, but employs a broader more inclusive dynamic intended not just to cross borders, but to transgress them.
Click here to order a copy of the first Volume of the collection: http://www.amazon.com/pasamosCrayaCcrossedCSpanishC
Edition/dp/1511732741

Guidelines:
1) Only unpublished texts submitted both in English and Spanish versions will be accepted (Translations that are not prepared/edited by the author need to be directed, evaluated and approved by the author).
2) Maximum of 5,000 words for prose and three poems for poetry
3) Double space (prose only), 12 pt. Times New Roman
4) Text in its original version plus its translation should be sent via eCmail to nospasamosdelaraya@gmail.com and should be accompanied by a 200 word biographical note in both languages.
5) Closing date for the current call, and thus to receive texts will be April 15th, 2016.
6) Authors invited to be part of the Second Volume of Nos pasamos de la raya/We Crossed The Line, will be notified via eCmail by May 15th.

Please send any questions to the editors of the anthology: Lori Celaya and RE Toledo via eCmail to nospasamosdelaraya@gmail.com. Thank you for your consideration.

3. The Journal of Feminist Scholarship invites submissions that are not currently under consideration or published elsewhere, either in print or in electronic format. The JFS, at this time, can only accept completed work; the editors cannot offer feedback on work in progress.
The Journal of Feminist Scholarship is committed to encouraging a discussion of feminist thought and feminist scholarship for the twenty-first century, their directions today and their relationship to the foundations laid down by twentieth-century feminist inquiry and action. We aim to publish work that explores the multiple theoretical paradigms and political agendas of contemporary feminism and the potential intersections and tensions between these paradigms and agendas. We are especially interested in examining productive controversies and divergences between local and global contexts of feminism. We also welcome submissions that focus on feminist pedagogies and activism.
Submission Guidelines
The JFS is a "double-anonymous" peer-reviewed journal. In order for a manuscript to be considered for publication, the JFS requires the following:
• An electronic copy of the manuscript with the author's name on the title page only and no identifying information of authorship within the manuscript to be sent to JFS@UMASSD.EDU. Please send the file as a Word document, not as a PDF.
• An accompanying abstract of approximately 200 words and a list of keywords.
• A cover letter containing contact information, including a mailing and an e-mail address.
General Guidelines and Style Guidelines for Submissions
• There is no minimum or maximum length for submissions, but we have a preference for articles that are no shorter than 10 double-spaced pages in length and no longer than 35 double-spaced pages in length, including endnotes and bibliography.
• Citations: Authors of an accepted manuscript will be requested to follow the Chicago Manual of Style author-date system.
• Endnotes: The JFS will use endnotes only. Endnotes in an accepted submission will be numbered in the text and listed at the end.
Graphs, charts, etc. can be included in the text of the initial submission. Authors of accepted submissions will be requested to send graphs and charts separately in the final version of their manuscript.
 
 
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