This is the Fifth International Conference Queering Paradigms (QP5) and the first time the event comes to the Andes. Bringing QP5 to a region where debates on colonialism remain vigorous and indigenous politics dynamic is the occasion to explore what *queer* approaches can do to imaginaries of modernity. >>>
The November 2013 issue of the international journal Gender & Development will look at Conflict and Violence from a gender justice and women’s rights perspective. Commissioning deadline: 15 January 2013.
Gender Across Borders, a global feminist voice for gender justice, in collaboration with Bell Bajao: Bring Domestic Violence to a Halt is looking for writers to contribute to a series on the relationship between children education & leisure and the perpetuation of gender stereotypes to run on the 28th March.Deadline for contributions: March 18, 2012. >>>
The Journal of GLBT Family Studies opens international call for papers for a special issue: Putting families of origin into the queer picture - Exploring experiences and representations by parents, siblings and other family members of GLBT persons.
We are pleased to announce that there will be a conference from 4th-6th July 2012, to co-incide with World Pride in London, to examine the global causes of forced migration and the experiences of LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees. >>>
This special issue of Al-Raida is intended to shed light on the problematic position of the lesbian in Arab cultures on various interdisciplinary levels. It is also intended to question the politics of love and friendships in the Arab cultures, in an attempt to examine the perplexing position of
the lesbian subjectivity and the perils of "coming" out of the complicated Arab closets. >>>