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FW: cfp - I.B. Tauris International Library of Gender in Popular Culture

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"Cobb S." <[log in to unmask]>

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Cobb S.

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Mon, 18 May 2015 12:59:19 +0000

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>With apologies for cross-posting:

>

>Gender in Popular Culture

>Library editors: Claire Nally and Angela Smith

>

>We invite proposals for monographs to be included in this new library for

>I.B.Tauris.

>

>The library is located within the visual culture list at I.B. Tauris, but

>has a number of clear links with other series and areas of study: film,

>television, art, cultural studies, history and politics, and thus would

>engage closely with other I.B.Tauris titles, whilst nonetheless

>differentiating itself in a number of ways (a number of our monographs

>represent the first theoretical analysis of their subject).

>

>Whilst gender is a heavily theorised subject, our library focuses on the

>work of innovative scholarly practice so that in many ways the monographs

>we would hope to commission are the first of their kind. We anticipate

>monographs which would be of relevance to a wide variety of disciplines

>related by the common theme of gender.

>

>The titles in the library are the work of both established and emerging

>academics in a variety of disciplines who are analysing gender in

>relatively unexplored areas.  These innovative and avant-garde titles

>would enhance the existing catalogue of I.B. Tauris. Each monograph would

>be 70,000 words in length, and include a general introduction by the

>series editors to ensure that the links between the titles remain

>explicit.

>

>Whilst being emphatically interdisciplinary, the 'visual culture' list

>allows for critical texts focusing on gender that would prove interesting

>to a wider range of readers in academia and beyond, and catering to an

>international audience.

>Recently accepted titles include studies of gender in TV news technology;

>masculinity and postfeminism; steampunk and gender; and representations

>of the single mother in popular cinema. Forthcoming publications include

>an exploration of the homosexuality in early cinema, and an edited

>collection which explores gender and austerity in film, television and

>literature in the twenty-first century.

>

>In the first instance, we invite proposals (to include a summary of the

>book's aims and subject matter, chapter headings and an indication of

>readership) of about 500 words to be sent to both co-editors

>([log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask]) by 1st

>September 2015.

>

>

>

>Dr Angela Smith

>Reader in Language and Culture

>University of Sunderland

>http://sunderlandcultureresearch.blogspot.co.uk/

>http://sunderland.academia.edu/AngelaSmith

>Twitter: @alegnasmith

>

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