CfP: Transgender Studies Quarterly 7.3 [The Europa Issue]: Submit by June 1: Expired

Trans Pornography TSQ 7.3 By Institute of LGBT Rights on The Europa Issue

About the organiser:

The Institute was founded as The Committee on Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Studies at the University of Arizona in 1993. Its formation was inspired by feminist science scholar Donna Haraway’s visit as a Rockefeller Humanities Resident Scholar, and from the beginning, it has been dedicated to interdisciplinary intellectual community development. The Committee was formally re-established as the UA Institute for LGBT Studies on Oct 11, 2007.

About the journal:

For The Europa Issue of TSQ, the invitation for the writers response to this provocation through research articles of 4000-6000 words as well as reports from the field (e.g. legal and medical case studies, social policy documents, historical vignettes, philosophical texts, conference reports, works of art, cultural and media production, life writing, ethnography, and so on) that engage with a range of methods, lineages and practices, from 1000 to 4000 words in length.

Editors: Yv E. Nay and Eliza Steinbock.

Eligibility: TSQ accepts submissions without regard to academic affiliation or rank; artists, activists, and graduate students are also welcome to submit materials for consideration.

Themes:

1. Aim to interrogate the origin story of the study of transgender phenomena in Europe.

2. This special issue invites contributions that focus on “provincializing” and “de-centring” European inflections of transgender studies (Chakrabarty Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference, 2000; Kulpa and Mizielińska, De-Centring Western Sexualities: Central and Eastern European Perspectives, 2011).

3. The institutionalization of transgender studies.

Deadlines:

The deadline for submissions is July 1, 2019. All manuscripts should be prepared for anonymous peer review with scholarly citations in Chicago author-date citation style. Any questions should be addressed by e-mail to both guest editors for the issue: Yv E. Nay(yvnay[at]email.arizona.edu) and Eliza Steinbock (e.a.steinbock[at]hum.leidenuniv.nl). We plan to respond to submissions by August 2019. Final revisions will be due by November 26, 2019.

TSQ accepts submissions without regard to academic affiliation or rank; artists, activists, and graduate students are also welcome to submit materials for consideration.

To submit a manuscript, please click here. Please note that TSQ does not accept simultaneous submissions. Manuscripts proposed for this issue cannot be submitted elsewhere until editorial decisions are sent out. If this is your first time using Editorial Manager, please register first, then proceed with submitting your manuscript.

You may address any technical or formatting queries to tsqjournal[at]gmail.com. All manuscripts should be double-spaced, including quotations and endnotes, and anonymized throughout. Please include an abstract (150 words or less), keywords (3-5 for indexing), and a brief author’s biographical note (50 words or less) at the time of initial submission.

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