Category Archives: Call for Papers: Publishing

CFP – Girls’ Economies: Work & Play Cultures (edited volume)

Call for Papers
Girls’ Economies: Work & Play Cultures

Edited by Miriam Forman-Brunell and Diana Anselmo-Sequeira
foreword by Dr. Eileen Boris

We know more about the history of grownups’ labor than we do about girls’ work, especially in informal domains. We know more about adult women workers than about girlhood employment and work-themed amusements. We know more about girls’ consumption practices than about their production patterns. We know more about childhood and play than we do about how play informs girls’ work skills, sensibilities, and identities as workers. We know more about businessmen and women than about moneymaking girls.
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CFP and new issue TOC: Anthropology & Aging

Check out the latest issue of Anthropology & Aging!

Published just before the New Year, Anthropology & Aging Vol. 35 No.1 is the first issue completely managed using the OJS digital journal platform. This issue features photographic essays, two extended length articles, and seven book reviews. Continue reading CFP and new issue TOC: Anthropology & Aging

CFP – Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal is a peer-reviewed journal providing a forum for the discussion of boyhood, young masculinities, and boys’ lives by exploring the full scale of intricacies, challenges, and legacies that inform male and masculine developments. Boyhood Studies is committed to a critical and international scope and solicits both articles and special issue proposals from a variety of research fields including, but not limited to, the social and psychological sciences, historical and cultural studies, philosophy, social policy studies, and social health studies.

Boyhood Studies will be published semi-annually by Berghahn Journals as of Spring 2015.

One of the core missions of the journal is to initiate conversation among disciplines, research angles, and intellectual viewpoints. Both theoretical and empirical contributions fit the journal’s scope with critical literature reviews and review essays also welcomed. Possible topics include boyish and tomboyish genders; boys and schooling; boys and (post)feminisms; the folklore, mythology, and poetics of “male development”; son-parent and male student-teacher relations; young masculinities in the digital and postdigital ages; young sexualities; as well as representations of boyhoods across temporalities, geographies, and cultures.

Article Submissions
Articles should generally be approximately 6,500 words including notes and references. Authors should submit articles per email attachment, formatted as Microsoft Word files. E-mail submissions, special issue or special section proposals, and inquiries to the editor, Diederik F. Janssen: boyhoodstudies@gmail.com

Visit BHS online for further details, including submission guidelines:
http://journals.berghahnbooks.com/bhs/

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CFP: Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights

The Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights is an academic, peer-reviewed journal that aims to encourage a deeper understanding of the rights of children. It offers a forum for exchanging ideas and engaging in conversation regarding a range of issues relating to children’s rights. It is international in scope and content, and encourages diverse approaches to the subject.

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CFP: Children & Forced Migration

Seeking contributions for an edited volume on Children and Forced Migration: Durable Solutions during Transient Years.

Editors: Marisa O. Ensor (marisaensor@yahoo.com), and Elzbieta M. Gozdziak (emg27@georgetown.edu)Screen Shot 2014-12-06 at 2.00.52 PM

The proposed book project is conceived as a follow up to our successful volume Children and Migration: At the Crossroads of Resiliency and Vulnerability (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), to be included in Palgrave’s recent series on “Studies in Childhood and Youth”.

Download the full call for submissions for more information.