Call for Papers

Conferences and Publications

Black Sisterhoods: Black Womyn's Representations of Sisterhood Across the Diaspora
Demeter Press (edited volume)
Deadline: January 10, 2018

Black Queer and Trans* Aesthetics
The Black Scholar
Deadline: February 1, 2018

On Borders
Essays, creative pieces, or multimodal project on borders, with the following topics as a starting point: borders and security; residential segregation policies; sexual harassment as a violation of borders and boundaries; the body as a border; connections between nationalist rhetoric and the need to strengthen borders; and how cultural products reflect, take up, and respond to the idea of borders and boundaries.
Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship
Deadline: February 26, 2018

LGBT Themes in African American History 
Journal of African American History
Deadline: March 1, 2018

Emerging Technologies: Feminist Perspectives on Neural Technologies
International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 
Deadline: April 1, 2018

Ongoing CFPs

Original essays, mixed media works into established domains of feminist science and technology studies (STS), commentary on questions of pressing current relevance, and critical analyses of specific directions in the field with respect to their implications for feminist and critical approaches to systems of power and knowledge practices, and suggestions for themed sections.

Submissions in research and criticism; creative writing; art and art essays; review essays and other forms of writing and visual expression
Feminist Studies

Submissions from such fields as: art, art history, performing arts, visual arts, classics, cultural studies, education, ethnic studies, geography, history, international relations, journalism, language and literature, philosophy, political science, queer studies, and women and gender studies
Journal of Homosexuality

Blog submissions
LGBTQ Policy Journal

Articles and reviews
Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture,id=245/view,page=2/

Studies in gender and Black sexuality
The Black Scholar