>Call for papers: Deleuze and Feminism (deadline for submissions: November
>An interdisciplinary journal of graduate student writing seeks submissions
>for its 2003 issue (#8) on the theme of Deleuze and Feminism.
>For decades psychoanalysis has been a working discourse for feminism and
>theorizing sexual difference. Early feminist reception of the work of
>Deleuze and Guattari, however, has been highly contentious, beginning with
>Irigaray¼s dismissal: „You can keep your becoming-woman . . . .¾ The
>relationship between Deleuze and feminism is still in the process of
>negotiation. theory@buffalo hopes to provide a forum for this continued
>Possible topics might include: feminist receptions of Deleuze, feminist
>mutations of Deleuzian concepts (assemblages, bodies without organs,
>active/reactive forces, lines of flight), ethics of singularity, ontology
>of the event, strategies of alternative futures and politics, virtualities,
>language as possibility, monstrosities, teratology, etc.
>Sub-missions are welcome from any disciplinary field including social
>theory, literary studies, poetics, philosophy, mathematics, medicine, media
>studies, etc. Submissions should be 10,000 words maximum. Please send two
>blind copies with a cover page, on paper or a disk to the address below.
>Or, send an e-version of the paper as an attachment in Microsoft Word to
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>theory@buffalo is also looking for book reviews. Book reviews do not have
>to be on the topic of Deleuze and Feminism and should be 1,200 words
>maximum. See our web site for detailed submission guidelines:
>The deadline for essay and review submissions is November 15, 2002.
>Send submissions or queries to:
>Alla Ivanchikova ([log in to unmask]),
>Barish Ali ([log in to unmask]) &
>Andrea Spain ([log in to unmask])
>638 Clemens Hall
>Department of Comparative Literature
>University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York 14260, USA