Call for Papers for Global South Studies

We are soliciting contributions to Global South Studies: A Collective Publication with The Global South.

Guidelines:
We welcome submission of critical entries on a key concept, moment, thinker, or issue central to Global South Studies. Entries should be approximately 1,000-1,500 words, accompanied by a bibliography and author bio (250 words). All entries should follow the Chicago Author-Date citation system. We can accommodate graphics, images, and videos that are covered under fair use.

How To Contribute:
Send a brief abstract and bio here, and we will get back with you.

Suggestions of potential topics for key articles include (but are not limited to) the following:
Accumulation by dispossession
Bandung Conference
Bandung humanism
Mehdi Ben Barka
Black internationalism
BRICS
Creolization
First International Congress of Black Writers and Artists (1956)
Frantz Fanon
G77
Globalectics (Ngugi wa Thiong'o)
Antonio Gramsci
Grassroots globalization
Horizontalism
Latin American dependency theory
Alex La Guma
Maoism
José Carlos Mariátegui
Nasser-Nehru-Sukarno
Négritude
Kwame Nkrumah
Neoliberal multiculturalism
Neoliberal sovereignty
Neomeridionalismo
Pan-Africanism
Pan-Arabism
Pan-Islamism
Posthegemony (Jon Beasley-Murray)
Racial capitalism
Sino-Soviet split
Alfred Sauvy
Stuart Hall
Subaltern cosmopolitanism
Southern theory (Raewyn Connell, Jean and John Comaroff)
The Brandt Report (1980)
The South Commission (1990)
Third World literature (Fredric Jameson)
Tout-monde (Edouard Glissant)
Trait geographies versus process geographies (Arjun Appadurai)
Uneven development
World Conference Against Racism
World Social Forum

Suggestion for incorporating this project into a graduate course:
We welcome and encourage you to incorporate this project into your graduate courses. For instance, Mahler and Armillas-Tiseyra assigned critical entries in their respective graduate seminars. Students identified, researched, and wrote entries on key concepts/thinkers/moments/issues as mid-term projects with the potential possibility for publication in Global South Studies. This exercise was intended to help students consider how to frame their own research within the field of Global South Studies through articulating and understanding concepts that are foundational to it but that are also integrally relevant to other fields. Ideally, these critical definitions could easily be integrated into the literature reviews of students’ dissertations and other publications.

Please note that not all submitted entries will be accepted for publication and those accepted will likely be asked to revise their submissions. 

Peer Review Policy:
Submitted articles undergo editorial screening and rigorous peer review. A limited number of select and solicited articles are reviewed by the editors alone for scholarly accuracy.

Questions?
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