Gender equity is crucial social, economic, and cultural development in Latin America and Spain. The proposed for essays will highlight contemporary debates on gender issues in the Hispanic world from a variety of perspectives in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
The editors of this book invite papers and academic essays submissions in Spanish or English to be published in 2015. The interdisciplinary nature of the proposed collection will offer insightful and innovative ways to view the Hispanic world today through the lens of gender. Successful submissions must demonstrate rigorous and original analysis, a connection to gender theory, an awareness of contemporary gender issues, and familiarity with the Hispanic world.
Potential topics that explore connections between gender and identity, power or expression in the Hispanic World include:
race and gender
class and gender
faith and gender
gendered movements and organizations
poverty and agency
divorce and gender
memory and resistance
gender and media (print or digital)
The editors invite contributions in Spanish or English, in MLA format, and under 8,000 words. Please send all submissions in PDF or Word as email attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 30, 2014. Contributors will be contacted within four weeks after receipt of submissions. Publication is expected in 2015.
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