>From: "Jessica B. Burstrem" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: thirdspace: a journal of feminist
>theory & culture (4/30/07; journal issue)
>Apologies for cross-postings, but we're trying to reach as great a
>number of scholars as possible at this time.
>The editors of /thirdspace: a journal of feminist theory & culture/
>invite you to submit your work for our next ëopen topicí issues: July
>2007 and January 2008.
>/thirdspace/ is a peer-reviewed journal, offering work in English and
>French, that aims to present the best in scholarship on feminist theory
>Founded in 2000, our original mandate was to serve ëemerging feminist
>scholarsí publishing feminist work, broadly conceived. After six years
>of successful publishing, we have expanded our mandate to include
>scholars of all ranks and experience, as well as refined our focus to
>attract the best scholarship in feminist theoretical studies.
>Our goal remains to produce a top-quality journal that demonstrates a
>wide range of applications for feminist theory and methodology. We
>envision a broad definition of studies in ìfeminist theory and cultureî
>which can include, but are not limited to: development and applications
>of feminist theory in any field; cultures of feminism and feminist
>movement (including academia); and feminist cultural studies.
>For more info about the journal, please see our new site:
>We welcome submissions from a wide range of disciplinary and
>geographical perspectives. Submissions from researchers working within,
>or among, the disciplines of history, geography, sociology, literature,
>area studies, cultural studies, film/media studies, education, law, and
>womenís/gender studies are particularly encouraged.
>We accept the submission of work from scholars of any rank or
>affiliation, and especially encourage submissions from emerging feminist
>scholars, including graduate students.
>All submissions to the journal are submitted electronically through our
>new online submission process.
>Articles should be between 4000-6500 words and include an abstract and
>For our essay section, we encourage creative, non-fiction critical
>reflections on feminism and feminist scholarship. (NB: we do not accept
>fiction for publication.)
>Articles and essays on feminist teaching and learning are also very
>Please see our sections policies guide for more information:
>We welcome submissions in English and French for all sections of the
>All articles & essays are peer-reviewed by established, senior feminist
>To submit: Please follow our online submission process at
>Our submissions guidelines MUST be adhered to for all submissions -
> Deadline: April 30, 2007
>Note: submissions that come in after April 30 will not necessarily be
>considered for the July/January issues and may be held over for
>consideration for a later issue.
>For more information, please contact us at info [at] thirdspace.ca
>"It is dangerous fantasy to believe that if
>'they' can be identified and labeled, and then
>treated or punished, the nation will be somehow
>purified, made safer for the rest of us.... When
>in fact we need to examine poverty, racism, the
>paucity of meaningful work at a living wage, the
>lack of access to day care, antifeminism, and a
>host of other problems, let us not be diverted
>by 'bad' mothers." Molly Ladd-Taylor and Lauri
>Umansky, _"Bad Mothers": The Politics of Blame
>in Twentieth-Century America_ (22,23)
>Jessica B. Burstrem, M.A.
>The University of Arizona Department of English
>The Princeton Review
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