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.
For the call in English | Pour l’appel en français
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 email@example.com.
Hoping that a number of International law Grrls will consider submitting a proposal and/or sharing the call around them!