CfP: Simone de Beauvoir Studies

Call for Papers

Simone de Beauvoir Studies 32.1

Rolling submissions until December 31st 2020

 

Did you know that you do not have write on Beauvoir to publish in SdBS?

Question: What do all of these writers have in common?

Annie Ernaux, Sylvie Le Bon de Beauvoir, Yvette Roudy, Julia Kristeva, Sylvie Chaperon, Margaret A. Simons, Michèle Le Doeuff, Ingrid Galster, Sonia Kruks, Danièle Fleury, Debra Bergoffen, Ursula Tidd, Susan Bainbrigge, Claudine Monteil, Eva Lundgren-Gothlin, Éliane Lecarme-Tabone, Gail Weiss, Deirdre Bair, Alice Caffarel-Cayron, Dominique Desanti, Françoise d’Eaubonne, Tove Pettersen, Annlaug Bjørsnøs, Hazel Rowley, Denis Charbit, Germaine Brée, and Hazel E. Barnes?

 

Answer: They have all published in Simone de Beauvoir Studies.

Join the list! Enlarge the list! SdBS seeks submissions of scholarly articles as well as submissions of creative, journalistic, experimental, and autobiographical writing that bring new and underexplored disciplines, discourses, cultures, and ideas into conversation with Beauvoir’s legacy. Submissions need not treat Beauvoir’s writings directly as long as they speak to a central theme in her work such as gender studies, global politics, existentialism, and literary theory.

Completed papers that follow the SdBS “Instructions for Authors” should be submitted on-line by December 31st, 2020 at editorialmanager.com/sdbs  All submissions must be anonymized and will be anonymously reviewed. Submitted articles that are not selected for this issue may be considered for other issues of SdBS. For more information, see www.brill.com/sdbs.

Author: Fannie Bialek

Fannie Bialek is an Assistant Professor of Religion and Politics at the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics at Washington University.

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