Deadline: 15 May 2015
The Canadian Woman Studies’ (CWS/cf) is calling papers on the social and environmental crises issues. The paper should explore the social forces confronting these crises associated with expanding commodification and analysis eco-feminist ideas and other programs along with women’s involvement in justice movements.
- Feminist understandings of the social and ecological crises
- The commons (civil and natural)
- The Earth Summits
- United Nations climate talks
- Sustainable development
- Financialization of nature
- Climate change, including carbon credits
- The Kyoto Protocol
- REDD +
- Fracking; Mining; Oil production; Tar sands
- The meaning of mitigation
- The meaning of adaptation
- Climate justice movements
- Subsistence perspectives
Articles, research reports, oral histories, alternative forms of narration, poetry, drawings, and other art works that illuminate above topics are invited.
How to Apply
Articles should be typed, double-spaced, and a maximum of 16 pages long (4000 words). A short (50-word) abstract of the article and a brief biographical note must accompany each submission. Please send a hard copy of manuscript as well as email a copy.
For more information, visit CWS/cf.