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Women's Studies in Communication, call for new submissions


Submitted by syntaxfactory on February 12, 2016 - 4:18pm


Women's Studies in Communication, call for new submissions

The forthcoming Editor of Women's Studies in Communication, Dr. Kristen Hoerl of Butler University, is now accepting submissions for volumes 40-42.

Women's Studies in Communication (WSIC) provides a feminist forum for diverse research, reviews, and commentary addressing the relationships between communication and gender. WSIC invites contributions that advance our understanding of the intersections of gender and race, ethnicity, nationality, ability, sexuality, and class, as well as the articulations between gendered performances, power, and representation in public culture. Topically and methodologically inclusive, WSIC publishes quantitative, qualitative, and critical communication scholarship drawing from a variety of areas including but not limited to interpersonal, organizational, performance, rhetoric, media, and cultural studies. The editor is committed to promoting the best work that falls within these parameters and also to encouraging the development of new voices and new projects that challenge conventions guiding communication scholarship. Feminist studies concerning queer and transgender politics, masculini!
ty, dis/ability, labor, transnationalism, postcolonialism, and critical race theory are especially encouraged at this time.

Instructions for authors may be found on the Taylor and Francis website at http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=uwsc20&pa.... Manuscripts may be submitted online through WSIC's ScholarOne Manuscript Central at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/wsic.

Suggestions or inquiries about forums should be addressed to Conversation and Commentary Editor Dr. Lisa Flores the University of Colorado at Boulder at lisa.flores@colorado.edu and include “WSIC-C&C” in the subject line. Book and Media Review Submissions should be directed to Dr. Rachel Griffin in the Department of Communication Studies at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale via email at rachelag@siu.edu and include “WSIC-BMR” in the subject line.

Further queries may be addressed to Editorial Assistant Laura Wilhelm via email at lawilhel@butler.edu or to the Editor-elect at khoerl@butler.edu.

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Submitted by Troy (not verified) on September 16, 2016 - 7:20am.

Seems to be interesting. WSIC is nothing new but it depends a lot on which topics are going to be discussed and judging from the announcement they won't be trivial.
As a book report writer I am very interested in going there

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