2017 CFP – MALCS Summer Institute Writing Workshop

2017 CFP – MALCS Summer Institute Writing Workshop 

Two sessions focusing on academic articles will take place on  Wednesday, July 19, and Friday, July 21, 2017. 

The MALCS Summer Institute Writing Workshop is one of our formal methods of creating a feminist editorial praxis in the publication of work by and about Chicanas/Latinas. The workshop follows the spirit and mission of MALCS, and it is designed to create a publishing community with the aim of energizing knowledge production through collaboration and institutionalized mentorship.

We encourage applications from writers at all professional levels, including tenured or mid-career professors.  The workshop will be facilitated by C. Alejandra Elenes—one of the former Co-Lead Editors. Those interested in participating must submit electronic copies of a letter of application and a final draft of a manuscript by May 15, 2017, at 5:00 pm PDT to alejandra.elenes@malcs.org. This two-day workshop has space for no more than 6 participants who are current paid members of MALCS and who must register for the Summer Institute. When accepted, applicants must provide evidence of membership and registration payment to MALCS, as well as complete all pre-workshop documentations. Also, participants must make a commitment to attend both sessions, and agree to peer review and comment on all submitted manuscripts. After having participated in the workshop, each participant will clearly understand the internal publication criteria of Chicana/Latina Studies, gain specific direction regarding revision, and obtain first-hand knowledge of the journal’s editorial production process. Applicants are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Evidence of membership and registration will expedite the review process for acceptance

Deadline for submission must be postmarked by May 15, 2017. Send letter of application and manuscript in electronic form to alejandra.elenes@malcs.org.

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