HISTORIES AND CULTURES OF LATINAS: SUFFRAGE, ACTIVISM AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS
The Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Board invites submissions for publication in a refereed volume on the histories and cultures of Latinas. We welcome submissions from archivists, community members and activists, critics, historians, librarians, linguists, scholars and theorists who recover, preserve and make available the histories and cultures of US Latinas up to the 1980s.
The volume will have five chronological/thematic sections:
- Digital Humanities
- History, collections and archives, folklore and oral histories
- Print culture and periodicals, literature and theatre, visual representation and style
- Curriculum development and pedagogical approaches, bilingualism and linguistics, education, language and translation, library and information science
- Methodological and theoretical approaches to recovered histories and cultures
Topics of engagement include, but are not limited to: colonial literature and history, the Latino Nineteenth Century, la voz del pueblo, representation of Latinas in popular culture, beyond borders and languages, community and activism, Latina memory, Latina agency, social and political roles, suffrage and feminism, food and labor, modernism, nationalism, revolution and identity.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS, STYLE AND LENGTH
Criteria for inclusion: 1) relevance to the histories and cultures of US Latinas up to the 1980s, 2) challenges to western-centrism and patriarchy, 3) analytical studies of recovered authors and texts.
Submissions under consideration for the volume must employ the author-date citation method along with other documentation formats in accordance with the MLA Handbook. Submissions must conform to a word count of some 5000-6000 words or 20-25 pages in length, in English or Spanish.
TIMELINE AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
To be considered for publication, papers must be submitted as a Word digital document via email, including author’s name, professional affiliation, contact information and title of the article to both editors Montse Feu (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Yolanda Padilla (email@example.com) by August 30, 2020. After the peer-review process, and upon acceptance of selected papers, authors will receive revision requests by December 15, 2020.
Revised and completed papers along with any needed illustrations and figures (including any required permissions) should be finalized and sent to the co-editors by March 15, 2021. Expected publication date: September 2021.