Call for Papers

This is a call for papers to all women, trans-folk, and gender non-conformists to look at the questions surrounding sexual violence in the university again, yet again. We welcome submissions that are interdisciplinary or non-disciplinary, from perspectives that span the humanities and social sciences such as gender and sexuality studies, literary theory, critical theory, postcolonial studies, law, sociology, psychoanalysis, psychology, etc. We solicit papers up to 5000 words that are theoretical, conceptual, personal, and/or empirical on a wide range of topics relating to Sex and Power in the University including but not limited to the following:

  • Feminist critique of the space of the university
  • Gendered relations to knowledge
  • Intellectual aggression and achievement
  • Care, co-operation and transformative knowledge
  • Transparency and accountability in the university
  • Staff-Student relations and the idea of “consent”
  • Rethinking Mentorship/Supervision
  • Sexual violence in/of the Academy
  • Complaint as discourse
  • Killjoy politics
  • Women, Dalit, LGBTQ, BAME: (Re)Thinking Privilege

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF PAPERS: FEBRUARY 28, 2018

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