Canadian Scholars is
considering publishing a volume that will explore the emergent area of
feminist food studies, and food and eating through a feminist,
intersectional framework. The editors seek chapter proposals that examine
feminist epistemologies, methodologies and pedagogies, in addition to
empirical work that interrogates the complex relationships between
production, consumption, and embodiment as these are shaped by temporal,
socio-historical contexts, which produce overlapping marginal and privileged
Possible areas for submission
Intersectionality as a methodological approach or
as method in food studies
Theorizing food and intersectionality through
social identities such as race, ethnicity, gender, social class, age,
sexualities, body size, able-bodiedness, nationality
Feminist Intersectional pedagogies in food studies
Food and femininities / masculinities
Embodiment including fat studies, or critical
Health as an embodied social and food practices
Ecofeminist perspectives and critical animal
Indigenous food systems and relationships
Food security and food sovereignty
Women and agriculture / farming
The co-editors B.
Parker, J. Brady, E. Power and S. Belyea welcome individual and co-authored
proposals and chapters from both established and emerging scholars,
including graduate students. Expected length of abstract: 200-250 words.
Deadline: February 28, 2017. Expected length of final chapter: 8000 words.
Proposed deadline for full chapters: June 30, 2017.