6 de mayo de 2021

CfP: Women, Creativity and, Nonviolence

Women, Creativity and, Nonviolence seek to explore the creative ways in which women around the globe have contributed towards significant nonviolent changes in the contemporary world.

Potential areas to be examined:

  • Women, Nonviolence, Art (especially Street Art) and Literature
  • Women, Nonviolence and Film
  • Women, Nonviolence and Social Media
  • Women, Nonviolence and Leadership
  • Women, Nonviolence and Music
  • Women, Nonviolence and Indigenous Art
  • Women, Nonviolence and Black Lives Matter
  • Women and Creative Civil Resistance
  • Women, Nonviolence and  the Covid 19 Pandemic
  • Women and the Future of Nonviolence

This interdisciplinary edited volume is open to numerous disciplines such as: Sociology, Cultural Studies, Gender and Women Studies History, Language and Literature, Religious Studies, Indigenous Studies, Peace Studies among others.

Please send an abstract (250 words maximum) and a short biography( about 100 words)  by May 10, 2021, to Dr Anna HamlingThis volume will be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishers in 2022.

Selected authors will be notified and invited to submit chapters of 6000-8000 words by November 30, 2021.

Contact Info: Dr. Anna Hamling