He who is reluctant to recognize me opposes me—Frantz Fanon
We are currently accepting submissions for our Fall 2010 Issue on “Difference.” We are soliciting papers that explore old questions of marginalization, access, identity, power and resistance—questions that some may be reluctant to recognize within scholarly writing—in the context of new questions about media, technology, politics and globalization. Specifically, we are soliciting papers that address the relationships between technology, society and race, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexuality, class, disability, nationality and/or age (among other things). We welcome submissions from all critical perspectives, including (but not limited to) feminist and womanist theories, critical race theories, queer theories, Marxist and other class theories; from all humanities areas of study such as film theory, cultural studies and English; as well as submissions reflecting qualitative and/or quantitative social science and technology research that focus on difference and technology. Papers may address a full range of topics and historical periods, and we welcome original research from any discipline in the humanities and social sciences.
But don't delay -- the deadline is October 15th.
To be considered for our Fall 2010 Issue, papers must be submitted by Friday, October 15, 2010, and must adhere to the submission guidelines available at: http://gnovisjournal.org/submit.