The fourth issue of Brújula, “Working Gender: Cultural Representations of Women and Labor” aims to bring together research that engages with and analyzes the condition of women as they participate in work. Studies of work include but are not limited to paid, unpaid, intellectual, creative, physical, formal or informal, legal or illegal endeavors. We will consider papers from a variety of discipl ines that explore and problematize the changing definitions of women and their labors in Latin American societies from pre-colonial to contemporary times.
Brújula is a peer-reviewed journal that favors anonymity in the process of selection. Therefore we ask that essays be submitted without names. Names and e-mail addresses should appear on cover letter and envelopes only. Essays may be written in Spanish, English, or Portuguese. Papers are limited to 15-20 pages, double-spaced, including endnotes and bibliography following the MLA Style. Please submit all materials by January 5, 2005.
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