As pre-announced in a previous post, OLYMPE is happy to inform the IntLawGrrls crowd of the release of a call for contributions to its second collective opus on the exciting topic of “Queering International Law: From LGBT Rights to a Transversal Critique”. The resulting collective volume will be the first publication on the topic in French. Unfortunately and while OLYMPE does not have any funding for translation, it encourages non-Francophone scholars to submit proposals if they have resources to translate the final paper themselves, or to team up with a Francophone colleague in order to draft a paper in French. OLYMPE values transdisciplinary, and hence translinguistic, approaches while supporting feminist and gender research in international law and relations.
The call was issued on September 1. The deadline to submit a proposal is 1 November 2016. All relevant information is included in the call. For any queries (and to submit your proposal following the call’s guidelines), please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hoping that a number of International law Grrls will consider submitting a proposal and/or sharing the call around them!