Below you will find the FSR Blog’s current open calls for blogs. Most CFBs (Call for Blogs) will be for an @theTable roundtable series, which you can learn more about here. All submissions and inquiries should be sent to [email protected].
The FSR Blog also has an ongoing open call for blogs. We accept open submissions on any topics that engage feminism and religion at all times. You can find the blog’s complete blog submission guidelines here.
- We want to hear your responses to FSR Blog’s @theTable: “Unorthodox Media“
We invite you, our readers, to reflect on any of blogs in this series or contribute your own analysis of “My Unorthodox Life” or other forms of what this series names “unorthodox media.” Blogs must adhere to our submission guidelines. View the original CFB here.
- Please consider contributing to FSR Blog’s @theTable: “Racism and the Feminist Study of Religion“
While other @theTable blog series present an almost entirely self-contained conversation in four or five blogs during one week, the blogs in this series will be posted once a week to allow for more reflection. Additionally, this conversation will be ongoing, as our antiracist work is ongoing. We invite colleagues (scholars, activists, and students) to add to this ongoing dialogue. Authors can comment on the racist history of the academic study of feminism and religion, share personal experiences with racism in the academy, promote or explore research that belies racism within the feminist study of religion, or imagine new paths forward. Authors might also consider writing blogs that explore and critique Womanist and Mujerista movements, for instance. We also welcome blogs on additional topics not mentioned here but that somehow interrogate the relationship between racism and the feminist study of religion. The submissions deadline is rolling and pieces must adhere to our submission guidelines. View the original CFB here.