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CPF - Special issue of MAI: Feminism and Visual Culture on Feminist Pedagogies

The intersectional feminist and LGBTQI journal MAI is seeking contributions to a special issue on feminist pedagogies. Across the board, feminist research and teaching in Higher Education is increasingly vulnerable to ideological attack. The recent “prank” conducted by Pluckrose, Lindsay and Boghossian to make fun at so-called “grievance studies” systematically works to undermine scholarly work in feminist, queer, critical disability and critical race studies and other fields. This context makes feminist teaching both more vital, and more vulnerable, than ever, as revealed by open letters such as that published in the second issue of MAI. This special issue aims to explore the place of feminism in the classroom, revealing pleasure and resistance, complaint and celebration.

We welcome contributions that address the strategies, obstacles and opportunities of feminist pedagogy in a range of contexts from classroom discussions and syllabi to faculty committee meetings, screening rooms and activist spaces. Feminist teaching happens everywhere. Contributions might range from conventional academic articles (6000-8000 words) to interviews (1000-3000 words), creative writing (poems, short stories, creative responses, max 3000 words), video essays (5-10 mins with brief supporting statement of 800-1000 words), and photographs, visual/audiovisual or interactive art.

Abstracts should be 200-250 words, and be accompanied by a short bio. Please email abstracts to MAI editorial board member Clara Bradbury-Rance (clara.bradbury-rance@kcl.ac.uk) by 8th March 2019. Contributors will be notified of the status of their proposal in early April and full submissions will be due by 31st August 2019.

Detail: https://maifeminism.com/submissions/

CFP - “Animating LGBTQ+ Representations: Queering the Production of Movement”, Special Issue of Synoptique: An Online Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies

Deadline for submission is April 30, 2018.

We use a broad interpretation of LGBTQ+ identity, including Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Trans*, Queer/Questioning, Two-Spirit, Intersex, Agender, Asexual, Pansexual, Genderqueer, Genderfluid, Non-binary, X-gender, Genderfuck, etc.

Essays submitted for peer review should be approximately 5,500-7,500 words and must conform to the Chicago author-date style (17th ed.). All images must be accompanied by photo credits and captions.

We also warmly invite submissions to the review section, including conference or exhibition reports, film festival reports, and interviews related to the aforementioned topics. All non-peer review articles should be a maximum of 2,500 words and include a bibliography following Chicago author-date style (17th ed.).

Multimedia works such as digital video, gifs, still images, or more (surprise us!) are also welcome. Works under 8MB may by hosted directly on the Synoptique site; anything larger must be uploaded to an external site (Youtube, Vimeo, etc). Please contact the Synoptique Board for more information on the procedures to submit artworks.

All submissions may be written in either French or English.

Please submit completed essays or reports to the Editorial Collective (editor.synoptique@gmail.com) issue guest editors, Kevin J. Cooley (kevin.cooley@ufl.edu), Edmond (Edo) Ernest dit Alban (ernestedo@gmail.com), and Jacqueline Ristola (jacqueline.ristola@gmail.com), by April 30st. We will send notifications of acceptance by June 30st.   

Detail: http://synoptique.ca/

Download guidelines -  Call For Papers Synoptique 9.1

CFP - Screening #TimesUp: Exploring Rape Culture in Hollywood Film

Editors: Dr. Lisa Funnell (University of Oklahoma) and Dr. Ralph Beliveau (University of Oklahoma)

We are calling for papers exploring any facet of sexual assault, coercion, and harassment in Hollywood film. Some topics include but are not limited to:

     * tropes of sexual violence in specific genres (e.g. rape revenge, action, rom-coms, etc.)

     * historical considerations of sexuality and rape (e.g. classical Hollywood, new Hollywood, etc.)

     * filmmakers who employ excessive/frequent images of sexual violence

     * shifting representations of sexual harassment

     * affirmative consent in film

     * narratives in which rape is justified (e.g. prisoner on prisoner)

     * romanticizing of inappropriate sexual contact (e.g. with minors)

     * myth of the artistic genius

     * rape jokes/gags in film

     * sexual violence against marginal/minority groups (based on race, sexual orientation, class, ability, gender expression, etc.)

Please submit a 250 word abstract along with a brief author bio to Lisa Funnell (lisa.m.funnell@gmail.com) by April 30. Please direct any questions to this email as well.

CFP - Mediating ‘China’: Postgraduate Symposium of Visual Representations of the People, Traditions, and Spaces of Chinese-speaking Communities, University of Southampton (UK), 4 May 2019

Our confirmed panel discussants include:

Professor Tim Bergfelder (University of Southampton, UK)

Professor Stephanie Hemelryk Donald (University of Lincoln, UK)

Dr Julian Stringer (University of Nottingham, UK)

Abstract and paper submission:

If you would like to present a paper at this symposium, please send us anabstract of no more than 250 words and a short biography of no more than 100 words (detailing your research interests and PhD supervisors, your affiliation, and email address).

Abstracts can be submitted via email to: jj1g16@soton.ac.uk

Deadline for abstract submission: Thursday, 28 February 2019, 5pm (UK time).

Selected presenters will be invited to submit a full paper (for a presentation of 20 minutes) before the symposium day. Deadline for full paper submission: Monday, 22 April 2019, 5pm (UK time).

Detail: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/cifr/news/events/2019/05/04-mediating-china.page

CFP - Screening #TimesUp: Exploring Rape Culture in Hollywood Film, University of Oklahoma

We are calling for papers exploring any facet of sexual assault, coercion, and harassment in Hollywood film. Some topics include but are not limited to:

  • tropes of sexual violence in specific genres (e.g. rape revenge, action, rom-coms, etc.)
  • historical considerations of sexuality and rape (e.g. classical Hollywood, new Hollywood, etc.)
  • filmmakers who employ excessive/frequent images of sexual violence
  • shifting representations of sexual harassment
  • affirmative consent in film
  • narratives in which rape is justified (e.g. prisoner on prisoner)
  • romanticizing of inappropriate sexual contact (e.g. with minors)
  • myth of the artistic genius
  • rape jokes/gags in film
  • sexual violence against marginal/minority groups (based on race, sexual orientation, class, ability, gender expression, etc.)

Please submit a 250 word abstract along with a brief author bio to Lisa Funnell (lisa.m.funnell@gmail.com) by April 30. Please direct any questions to this email as well.

CFP - Women in East Asian Cinema: A Chinese Film Forum UK Conference, Manchester, 4-6 Dec 2019

Topics include though are not limited to:

  • Case studies of directors, producers, and crew members
  • Case studies of significant industry figures
  • Case studies of stars
  • Representation
  • Historiographies and redressing the canon
  • Generations – i.e. old age, girlhood
  • Spaces for women's voices
  • Questions of labour and industry practices
  • Production histories
  • Herstories
  • Women in East Asian diasporas

150-200 word proposals for a 20-minute paper presentation and a short biography, or queries, should be sent by Monday 29th April 2019 to Felicia.Chan@manchester.ac.uk with “WEACconf” in the email’s subject line. Panel submissions welcome.

Conference organisers for the CFFUK are Dr Felicia Chan, University of Manchester; Dr Fraser Elliott and Rachel Hayward, HOME; and Professor Andy Willis, University of Salford.

CFP - Pregnancy and the Media (Feminist Media Studies)

Possible topics might include, but are not limited to:

·         Media representations of pregnancy

·         Pregnancy in the media industries

·         Online users and communities’ uses of digital media related to pregnancy

·         Celebrity pregnancies

·         Mediated pregnancy in relation to diverse intersectionalities including: LGBTQ+, age, race, class, ability

·         Audiences’ consumption of mediated pregnancy

·         Pregnancy in the context of health communication or health policy in the media

·         Onscreen pregnancy and genre

·         Neoliberalism, pregnancy and media

The Commentary and Criticism section of Feminist Media Studies aims to publish brief (~1000 words), timely responses to current issues in feminist media culture, for an international readership. Submissions may pose a provocation, describe work in progress, or propose areas for future study. We will also consider book and event reviews, as well as contributions that depart from traditional academic formats. We encourage all submissions to strategically mobilise critique to also offer a productive contribution to both feminist politics and media studies. Submissions must go beyond mere description in order to be considered for publication in Commentary and Criticism.

Please submit contributions by 26 April 2019, via email to both Melanie Kennedy (mjk29@le.ac.uk) and Safiya Noble (safiya.noble@usc.edu). We also welcome questions and expressions of interest in advance of the deadline.

CFP - CMCS 8th International Conference
Bridging Gaps: Re-Fashioning Stories for Celebrity Counterpublics

August 30 – September 1, 2019
Abstract deadline: March 18, 2019
 
Abstract Submission Guidelines:
250-word abstract or workshop / roundtable / book talk proposal
Include a title, your name, e-mail address, and affiliation if applicable
Submit abstract to chairs at celebrity.mediastudies@gmail.com: February 28, 2019
Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2019
Early bird deadline for hotel booking & conference registration: April 30, 2019
Conference reception and presentations: August 30 – September 1, 2019

CFP - Technology, Women, and Gothic-Horror On-Screen, University of Kent, May 2019

May 2 – 3 May, 2019
Abstract deadline: February 15, 2019
Keynote speaker: Dr Lisa Purse (University of Reading) 
Please submit proposals of 500 words, along with a short biographical note (250 words) to gothicfeminism2016@gmail.com by Friday 15th February 2019.
We welcome 20-minute conference papers as well as submissions for creative work or practice-as-research including, but not limited to, short films and video essays.  
Conference organisers: Frances A. Kamm and Tamar Jeffers McDonald

CFP - Queer Fears: A Symposium on New Queer Horror Film and TV, University of Hertfordshire, June 2019

Deadline: March 31, 2019
Abstracts should be no more than 250 words, accompanied by a short 150 words bio and should be sent to Dr. Darren Elliott-Smith (University of Hertfordshire): d.elliott-smith@herts.ac.uk
This symposium/project is part of the ongoing work of the Media Research Group (Humanities) at the University of Hertfordshire. 

CFP - Infrastructures and Inequalities: Media industries, digital cultures and politics, Helsinki, Oct 2019

Submission details:
Please submit a 300-word abstract for individual proposals. 
Panel proposals should include a 300-word panel rationale plus individual 200 word abstracts from a minimum of four speakers.
All abstracts for individual as well as panel proposals should be submitted through EasyChair: 
Deadline for submission is 1 June 2019. Notifications of acceptance will be issued by 30 June 2019.
For more information and enquiries, contact: 
Julia Velkova, University of Helsinki at julia.velkova@helsinki.fi
Anne Kaun, Södertörn University at anne.kaun@sh.se
Sander de Rieder, University of Ghent at sander.deridder@ugent.be 

CFP: Feminist Pedagogies – special issue of MAI: Feminism and Visual Culture

Deadline: 8th March 2019
We welcome contributions that address the strategies, obstacles and opportunities of feminist pedagogy in a range of contexts from classroom discussions and syllabi to faculty committee meetings, screening rooms and activist spaces. Feminist teaching happens everywhere. 
Contributions might range from conventional academic articles (6000-8000 words) to interviews (1000-3000 words), creative writing (poems, short stories, creative responses, max 3000 words), video essays (5-10 mins with brief supporting statement of 800-1000 words), and photographs, visual/audiovisual or interactive art.
Abstracts should be 200-250 words, and be accompanied by a short bio. Please email abstracts to /MAI /editorial board member Clara Bradbury-Rance (clara.bradbury-rance@kcl.ac.uk) by 8th March 2019. Contributors will be notified of the status of their proposal in early April and full submissions will be due by 31st August 2019 

CFP - Signs Special Issue: RAGE

Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society invites submissions for a special issue titled “Rage,” slated for publication in the summer of 2021.
Deadline: September 15, 2019. 
Sarah Haley (UCLA), Carla Kaplan (Northeastern), and Durba Mitra (Harvard) will serve as guest editors of the issue. Manuscripts may be submitted electronically through Signs’ Editorial Manager system at http://signs.edmgr.comand must conform to the guidelines for submission available at http://signsjournal.org/for-authors/author-guidelines/. This call for papers is available for download as a PDF here.

CFP - The 2021 Catharine Stimpson Prize for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship

Deadline: March 1, 2020
Eligibility: Feminist scholars in the early years of their careers (fewer than seven years since receipt of the terminal degree) are invited to submit papers for the Stimpson Prize. This includes current graduate students. Papers may be on any topic that falls under the broad rubric of interdisciplinary feminist scholarship. Submissions must be no longer than 10,000 words (including notes and references) and must conform to the guidelines for Signs contributors (http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/journals/signs/instruct).
Please submit papers online at http://signs.edmgr.com. Be sure to indicate submission for consideration for the Catharine Stimpson Prize. The honorarium will be awarded upon publication of the prizewinning article.

CJC Fellowship 2019: Call for Application

Organised by Cultural Journalism Campus, CJC Fellowship returns to Art Basel for the sixth year in a row in March 2019. Taught and mentored by experienced industry professionals, each year up to TEN CJC fellows are selected to undergo intensive training through writing workshops, visits to art spaces and meeting with cultural professionals. Stationed at Art Basel to cover the art fair as well as other cultural happenings in March, fellows receive hands-on media training through producing Culture Express, CJC’s newspaper which is distributed on location at Art Basel and through the digital realm.
Deadline for application is February 2, 2019, 11:55 pm. Send your CV and two writing samples (in English AND/OR Chinese) to admin@culturaljournalismcampus.org. Successful applicants will be notified by February 10, 2019.  
 

CALL FOR PAPERS: The Coming of Age of the Public Fetus: Exploring Pregnant and Fetal Bodies in Visual Culture

An international workshop at Uppsala University, Sweden, 15–17 May 2019

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together scholars from a range of disciplines to further explore pregnant and fetal bodies in visual culture. Our aim is to expand the geographical and historical scope of inquiry and to discuss visualizations of pregnancy across a variety of media and contexts. We are interested in current research on this topic in history of medicine, gender studies, film and media studies, art history, and other relevant fields, and invite scholars working on a wide range of materials to join us in an interdisciplinary endeavor.

Abstracts for 20 minute papers or work-in-progress presentations, of a maximum of 300 words, should be submitted no later than January 31, 2019, to helena.franzen@idehist.uu.se. Please provide your full name, institutional affiliation, and contact details. The format of the workshop will not allow for more than ca.12 papers. 

Enquiries: Elisabet Björklund, elisabet.bjorklund@idehist.uu.se, & Helena Franzén, helena.franzen@idehist.uu.se
Department of History of Science and Ideas, Uppsala University
Detail: http://www.idehist.uu.se/the-coming-of-age-of-the-public-fetus


Call for Abstracts: 12th Annual Queertopia Conference 

A research presentation opportunity for graduate students and postgraduate researchers at the Queertopia conference at Northwestern University on March 2.

Entering its 12th year, Queertopia is an annual LGBTQ+ academic conference organized by Northwestern University’s Queer Pride Graduate Student Association. The conference features research across disciplines and fosters critical dialogue on topics related to gender and sexuality. This
year, the conference will explore the theme of *LGBTQ+ Media Cultures*
We are currently soliciting abstracts of graduate and postgraduate research for this year's conference (submissions due January 4).

Details: https://www.tgs.northwestern.edu/about/news-events/stories/2018/12th-annual-queertopia-conference-call-for-abstracts.html

Call for Abstracts: Gendered Violence at International Festivals: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

We invite researchers to submit chapter abstracts for a proposed book to Routledge entitled, Gendered Violence at International Festivals: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, edited by Dr Louise Platt (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Dr Rebecca Finkel (Queen Margaret University).

The vision for this book is to feature contributions from critical events and interdisciplinary scholars specifically focused on gendered violence (symbolic/physical) at international festivals. It is expected that chapters will provide robust theoretical frameworks and will interweave theory, policy and/or practice. Empirical work which features creative research methods is especially welcome.

The underlying motivation for this volume is to contest the widely-held notion that festivals are temporal spaces free from structural sexism, inequalities, or gender power dynamics; rather, we argue that they are spaces where these are enhanced and enacted more freely, using the experiential environment as an excuse or as an opportunity to victim-blame and shame. Whilst it has been argued that the liminal/liminoid space, due to the so-argued temporary suspension of societal norms, allows women’s bodies and voices to be asserted in a way that is not usually deemed acceptable in everyday public spaces, there is often a neglect to understand how hegemonic social and cultural structures and controls still govern these spaces. We argue that a persistence to characterise festivals spaces as uncomplicated, value-free, and utopic is highly problematic.

Possible chapter topics can be drawn from cross-disciplinary literatures and methodologies and may be from a range of social science subjects, such as critical event, tourism, and leisure studies; gender and sexualities studies; critical race theories; urban and cultural geography; sociology; criminology; and so forth. It is expected that gender and violence issues will be explored within the framework of one or more festivals, whereby the festival illustrates broader social structures and confirms/disrupts established discourses involving patriarchy, performativity, power, praxis, and perceptions of safety. Intersectional and feminist approaches are considered a priority.  

Recently, there have been more and more media reports surrounding increased sexual assaults at festivals, especially greenfield music festivals. However, there has been a paucity of sustained scholarly work in this area. This collection attempts to highlight international research in an effort to further thinking about gendered festival experiences and emphasize the symbolic and physical violence often associated with them.  

Please submit abstracts (100-200 words max.) for your proposed chapter to Drs Louise Platt: l.platt@mmu.ac.uk and Rebecca Finkel: rfinkel@qmu.ac.uk by Monday, 7 January, 2019.

Call for Proposals: The Sexuality Studies Association Congress 2019

"Eccentric Circles"
Keynote: Jamie Lee Hamilton

The Sexuality Studies Association welcomes proposals for our annual meeting; to be held June 2-4, 2019 at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver), in conjunction with the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities. We invite proposals for work in English or French from any disciplinary, interdisciplinary, or transdisciplinary approach. Presentations can be in a variety of formats, including papers, panels, workshops, roundtables, film and video screenings, performance art pieces, exhibits, and cultural events.  Proposals must be submitted through our online form in English or French. All presenters must pay 2019 membership dues to the association, as well as Congress and Conference Registration fees. To become a member of the SSA please register through our website. The deadline for submission is January 7, 2019.

The Sexuality Studies Association (SSA) is a scholarly association for scholars, artists, activists, and all community members who have an interest in the teaching and study of sex, sexuality, and gender diversity. The SSA provides opportunities to connect the broader research, artistic, and activist communities, and to mentor and support each other in our work.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Program Officer, Dr. Carol Dauda at cdauda@uoguelph.ca.

SSA website: www.ssaaes.org
Details: http://ssaaes.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/CFP-2019.pdf

CFP-Herstory Re-Imagined: Women’s Lives in Biographical Fiction and Film

Scholars of biofiction and film have drawn attention to the ways in which biographical novels and biopics are implicated in the construction of female subjectivity, while the field of life-writing research has seen a rise of interest in questions of gender identity. This conference aims to bring studies of biofiction and biopics into close dialogue with gender-sensitive approaches to biography, so as to shed light on the interactions between life writing, fiction, and dynamics of gender. We are particularly interested in papers that rigorously consider the theoretical questions at the heart of this conference: How do fictions and films about historical women relate to, or challenge, existing theories of women’s biography or gender-sensitive approaches to life writing? What common parameters are available to narrate women’s lives, and how can these be historicised? What does the fictional element contribute to (or subtract from) the image generated of the subject in relation to previous representations? What is the ideological thrust and broader cultural function of these narratives? And how do these re-imagined herstories trouble or confirm the sex-gender systems within and against which they operate?

Please email your proposal (250w) and a brief bio note (80w) to Julia.Novak@univie.ac.at by 21 June 2019.

Screening Non-Binary Bodies-A call for a Screen Bodies special issue on gender non-conforming bodies in visual media

Devoted to non-binary screen formations, this issue will include a broad discussion on gender non-conforming positions. Non-binary can function here similar to the term “trans-” (Stryker/Currah/Moore 2008) as a processual term instead of as a static descriptor. Additionally, the issue strongly welcomes non-western positions of gender non-conformity.

The special issue invites papers which focus on non-binary, queer and decolonial trans discussions on screen politics and ethics in relation to a variety of audio/visual media, such as visual art, video, Vlogs, video games, TV, film, as well as production, casting, and reception politics, and more. Submissions that discuss the representations and effects of gender non-conforming and nonbinary bodies through an ontologically intersectional framework are particularly welcome.

Abstracts (max. 500 words) and bios (max. 200 words) for full essays (5000 - 6000 words) should be sent to Wibke Straube: wibke.straube@kau.se by January 20, 2019. Notifications regarding the abstracts can be expected February 10th, 2019. Full articles need to be submitted April 27th, 2019.

Submit for Issue 8.1 Lateral, the journal of the Cultural Studies Association (US)

ateral accepts submissions on any topic related to the field or practice of cultural studies within historical and/or contemporary contexts. General submissions are accepted on a rolling basis, with a preferred deadline of January 1, 2019 for articles appearing in Issue 8.1 (Spring 2019). Submission of work presented at the CSA conferences are especially encouraged.

For full submission guidelines, please visit http://csalateral.org/contribute.

The Velvet Light Trap Issue #85 CFP - Bad Objects

The concept of a “bad object” has long been a moving target in media studies. Although the term is rarely defined with any specificity, a “bad object” is typically a text that is used in critical analysis with the implicit or explicit acknowledgement of its perceived violations of “good” taste. Excess, camp, escapism, the abject, and negotiations of the margins of mainstream culture often mark these objects. The concept is important in feminist and psychoanalytic theories, as well as in genre studies, in which it is mobilized to justify the examination of B-horror, exploitation film, or pornography, for example. The term has helped challenge hierarchies of medium specificity.

Submissions should be between 6,000 and 7,500 words, formatted in Chicago Style. Please submit an electronic copy of the paper, along with a separate one-page abstract, both saved as a Microsoft Word file. Remove any identifying information so that the submission is suitable for anonymous review. Quotations not in English should be accompanied by translations. Send electronic manuscripts and/or any questions to vltcfp@gmail.com by January 25, 2019.

Call for Papers: Inaugural Issue of Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities

We are delighted to invite submissions for the Inaugural issue of the Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities. The journal aims to bring together “critical studies of men and masculinities” and “sexuality studies.” More specifically, the journal provides a venue for research on bodies, sexualities and masculinities and all of their complexities -- temporal, medical, geographic, cultural, ethnic, legal - by welcoming submissions from the social sciences, humanities, life sciences, and health studies that are theoretically rigorous, methodologically sound, and draw on interdisciplinary approaches. It will provide a dialogue that will not only report cutting edge empirical research findings, but will also be a forum for new theoretical, methodological and analytical insights.

For more information, see the journal’s website: https://www.berghahnjournals.com/jbsm

CFP: Media and Misogyny

Misogyny and power inequities are at the root of sexual assault, harassment and bullying. Media stories have proliferated and have been amplified by social media in the United States in the case of the Ford-Kavanaugh allegations and the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Trumpism and the sexual harassment allegations against incumbent President Donald J. Trump, and by the #MeToo movement. Other countries, too, have had stories rooted in misogyny and power inequities.

Abstracts of no more than 400 words, outlining the theme(s) of the proposed chapter, key literature, and the method of exploration, should be submitted to the editor of the proposed volume no later than January 31, 2019.

Abstracts should be submitted via email to Dr. Maria Marron, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, at mmarron2@unl.edu.

Femme Theory Call For Papers - A Special Issue of the Journal of Lesbian Studies

Contributors are asked to consider how the teachings and trajectories of femme can aid in the recuperation of femininity, or in the explication of femininity necessary to buttress the field of femininities. This issue asks what novel contributions can be made by anchoring femme within analytical frameworks, and by making femininity salient within interdisciplinary research.

Submit a one-page overview of your proposed contribution and a 2-page CV to Rhea Ashley Hoskin at FemmeTheory.JLS@gmail.com by January 7th, 2019.

Call for Papers: Inaugural Issue of Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities

The journal aims to bring together “critical studies of men and masculinities” and “sexuality studies.” More specifically, the journal provides a venue for research on bodies, sexualities and masculinities and all of their complexities -- temporal, medical, geographic, cultural, ethnic, legal - by welcoming submissions from the social sciences, humanities, life sciences, and health studies that are theoretically rigorous, methodologically sound, and draw on interdisciplinary approaches. It will provide a dialogue that will not only report cutting edge empirical research findings, but will also be a forum for new theoretical, methodological and analytical insights.

E-mail submissions should be sent to: Drs. Jonathan A. Allan, Chris Haywood, and Frank G. Karioris, Editors:
JBSM@berghahnjournals.com

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