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CFP for Book Chapters: Gender and Sexuality in Critical Animal Studies (CFP for Book)

Event: CFP for Book
Categories: Interdisciplinary, Pedagogy, Popular Culture, Gender & Sexuality, Women's Studies, Aesthetics, Anthropology/Sociology, Classical Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Studies, Film, TV, & Media, Food Studies, History, Philosophy
Event Date: 2019-05-31 Abstract Due: 2019-05-31

CFP for Book Chapters: Gender and Sexuality in Critical Animal Studies


Deadline for submissions:  May 31, 2019

Editor: Amber E. George

Contact email: drambergeorge@gmail.com

Submission google doc form: https://goo.gl/forms/e58DjFeVJPCBh3Nx1



A growing number of scholars, activists, and concerned citizens have come forth to advocate for those who struggle to secure equity, inclusion, and justice. This book contributes to this struggle by highlighting the interests of nonhuman animals related to gender and sexuality issues. Critical analysis such as this has the potential of operating as a powerful force for countering the stigmas that continue to oppress nonhumans. Thus my aim in creating this book is to demonstrate that critical commentary can create content that is inclusive and empowering for nonhumans.


This manuscript goes beyond what many other critical animal studies and collections have contributed to the field. This book seeks to generate unified values, a shared experience, and common goals among nonhumans to rid society of harmful treatment.


An in-depth analysis of this caliber is critical to exposing the intersectional nature of speciesism with regard to sexism, homophobia, heterosexism, and other pertinent issues related to sexuality and gender. Using interdisciplinary approaches to enhance social justice, this text is sure to reach a large audience. Now, more than ever, there is a need for more inclusive approaches that avoid reinforcing nonhuman animal inequity.


Topics might include, but should not be limited to, nonhuman animal interpretations of:


Critical Animal Studies approaches to sexuality and gender

Pro-feminist, antiviolence movements

Interventions in speciesism and sexism

Addressing anti-feminist/queerphobic speech

Countering cultural productions of gendered and sexualized animality

Trans(ing) nonhuman animals

Opposing rape culture and sexual violence

Deconstructing gendered LGBTQIA stereotypes

Chauvinism, homophobia, and misogyny

Normalizing non-binary understandings of sexuality and gender



Please submit your abstract and information using this google form https://goo.gl/forms/e58DjFeVJPCBh3Nx1


You must include the following information:



Institutional affiliation

Mailing address

Biography written in the third person (100 words)

Title of your essay

Abstract (250-300 words)


I will inform authors of their rejection/acceptance on or around May 31, 2019. You may also email questions to drambergeorge@gmail.com




Dr. Amber E. George


Amber E. George