NATIONAL WOMEN’S STUDIES ASSOCIATION
Welcome to our NWSA virtual book exhibit!
We are offering our convention discount of 40% off and free shipping until December 15, 2020 with the code 6NWSA2.
We welcome submissions in women, gender, and American studies from new and established scholars, especially works that explore themes in sexuality, gender, ethnicity, culture, race, indigenous peoples, health, global studies, geography, environment, and identity.
To submit a proposal please contact:
Associate Acquisitions Editor
NEW FROM THE EXPANDING FRONTIERS SERIES
“This queer Chicanx history project is everything such a project should be: a brilliant analysis with fresh and illuminating ideas and approaches, an unearthing of hidden trans stories, and an intellectual exploration of trans mestiz@ identity.”—Norma E. Cantú, Norine R. and T. Frank Murchison Professor of the Humanities at Trinity University
“Nepantla Squared is a welcome and refreshing contribution to intersectional trans, queer, and feminist histories of resistant gender. Linda Heidenreich provides a new depth of context to famous stories of anti-trans violence and resistance, like those of Jack Garland and Gwen Araujo, showing how these are stories about colonialism, capitalism, and neoliberal economic policy. Heidenreich’s writing is pleasurably readable and the book is insightful and original.”—Dean Spade, author of Normal Life: Administrative Violence, Critical Trans Politics, and the Limits of Law
OTHER NEW TITLES FROM THE EXPANDING FRONTIERS SERIES
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Karen Leong and Andrea Smith, series editors
The Expanding Frontiers series promotes rigorous and interdisciplinary research that critically expands the field and purview of feminist, women’s, and gender studies. This book series builds upon the journal Frontiers and its commitment to “diverse and decisively interdisciplinary” publications –monographs as well as collaborations— that explore critical intersections of gender, race, sexuality, class, nation, and other dimensions. In particular, the series seeks to expand the knowledge generated by and about women, men, and transpeople of color, although it also embraces scholarship about women, men, and transpeople globally who are negotiating multiple and intersecting sites of affiliation, identity and commitment. The series welcomes scholarship regarding disability, cultural geography, comparative ethnic studies, critical race studies, indigenous cultures, transnational feminisms, expressive cultures and the arts, policy, and social movements. The series is particularly open to innovative and critical scholarship that is accessible across disciplines and fields, based in feminist epistemologies, and committed to social transformation research. The series is committed to supporting new scholarship in the field and is dedicated to guiding new authors through the publication process.
While the book series title evokes the continued expansion of knowledge in women’s and gender studies, the concept of “frontiers” also consciously calls into question how this knowledge about gender and sexuality is produced and acknowledges the contestations about what constitutes feminist, women’s, and gender studies. This dual meaning functions contrary to traditional conceptions of “frontiers” which, historically intertwined with empire and colonization, have been deployed to reproduce hegemonic structures of inequality. The Expanding Frontiers series speaks to the importance of intersectional analytical approaches and reflexivity in making sense of how women, gender, and sexuality are contingently constructed categories that have different material consequences for individuals based on their social locations.
Donna Guy, Sonya Lipsett-Rivera, Anne Macpherson, and Martha Santos, series editors
Engendering Latin America attracts, disseminates, and assists in the creation of quality book-length works that examine the social, cultural, and gendered histories of Latin America. The series concentrates on history informed by current debates and research questions that arise from feminist studies, gender-based scholarship, and allied research.
The editors define gender broadly, both geographically and chronologically, to encompass work derived from Latin America and the Caribbean, from colonial to modern times. Covering themes such as feminism, masculinity, culture, ethnicity, public health, modernity, nation-building, race, and politics, Engendering Latin America examines marginal groups such as women, minorities, indigenous peoples, and other non-elites to provide sophisticated interdisciplinary analyses of cultures and gender south of the border.
This series has been inactive for several years, but has recently been relaunched with new series editors.
James S. Bielo and Carrie M. Lane, series editors
The aim of this series is to publish teachable, empirically rich, and conceptually innovative books that contribute to the comparative anthropology of North America. The series will emphasize ethnographic approaches to contemporary subject matter grouped under five broad headings: Dynamics of Inequality; Transnational Motions; Movements of Change; Entertainment, Play, and Authority; and Post-Industrial Assemblages. The series seeks to be the most reliable destination for teaching and researching North American anthropology.
SHOP ALL OUR NWSA TITLES
To save 40% enter the code 6NWSA2 in the promotion code field of your shopping cart and click “Add Promotion Code.” Offer expires December 15, 2020 and is good for U.S. and Canadian shipments only.
To purchase books outside of North America, please contact Charlotte Anderson at Combined Academic Publishers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org using the discount code CS2020UNP.
WOMEN & GENDER
JOURNALS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
One of the premier publications in the field of feminist and gender studies, Frontiers has distinguished itself for its diverse and decisively interdisciplinary publication agenda that explores the critical intersections among—to name a few dimensions—gender, race, sexuality, and transnationalism. Many landmark articles in the field have been published in Frontiers, in its 40+ year history, thus critically shaping the fields of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies.