French Historical Studies
The editors of French Historical Studies seek articles for a special issue on Intersections of Race and Gender in French History. Articles on research topics covering all chronological periods are welcome. Among other possibilities, we invite articles treating the following topics :
. women and race, and/or feminism and race, in the colonies/metropole
. colonial and postcolonial masculinity/manhood
. gender, whiteness, and racial identity
. the segmenting of French national identity along the lines of race and gender
. the impact of locality, region and/or other spaces upon understandings and experiences of race and gender
Queries regarding submissions and all other matters should be addressed to the guest editors, Tyler Stovall (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jennifer Boittin (email@example.com). Articles may be either in English or in French but must conform to French Historical Studies style (see http://fhs.ucdavis.edu/style/shtml for details) and must be accompanied by abstracts in both languages. Papers should be between 8,000 and 10,000 words (up to but not longer than 14,000 words including notes). For the inclusion of illustrations written permission must be obtained from the relevant persons or institutions for print and on-line publication.
Manuscripts can be sent by post or electronically to Jessica Namakkal, Managing Assistant, French Historical Studies,Department of History, University of Minnesota-twin cities, 614 Social
Sciences Building, 267 19th Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55455
encourage, but do not require, electronic submission of manuscripts.
Manuscripts submitted electronically should be sent in MS Word or Rich
Text Format (RTF). The deadline for submissions is October 1, 2008.
Please note that the e-mail address to which manuscripts for the FHS special issue detailed below and in a previous mailing should be sent is firstname.lastname@example.org