Feminist Formations and NWSA Paper Award


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2021 Feminist Formations and NWSA Paper Award (NWSA Membership is required)

Feminist Formations is proud to announce a new award, in collaboration with the National Women's Studies Association (NWSA).The Feminist Formations - NWSA Scholarly and Creative Work Competition is now open!

The Feminist Formations - National Women’s Studies Association annual competition will select one winner whose work will be published in Feminist Formations and who will also receive a cash award of $500. The competition is open to scholars at all ranks, including independent scholars and artists. Multiple modes of knowledge production will be considered, including but not limited to traditional scholarly articles, essays, poetry, and visual imagery. We are particularly interested in work that contributes to Black, Indigenous, and women of color feminisms; trans feminist studies; critical disability studies; and transnational feminisms. We also seek work that contributes to the journal’s mission to support “robust interdisciplinary, intersectional, and transnational feminist scholarship that can inspire incisive and politically meaningful analyses and action.”  

Submissions are due by June 15 at https://feministformations.submittable.com/submit/6d173a09-87a5-42dd-85eb-6be5ff885efb/2021-feminist-formations-and-nwsa-paper-award. Applicants must be current NWSA members. We cannot consider submissions that have been previously published or are currently being reviewed by other journals.

Feminist Formations is housed in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Oregon State University, and published three times a year by the John Hopkins University Press. For more information, visit www.feministformations.org 

The National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA), established in 1977, is a professional organization dedicated to leading the field of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. For more information, visit www.nwsa.org