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23 July 2022

The CFP for January 2023 issue (Vol VIII No i) was scheduled to be live here during July – August 2022. However, we received a large number of submissions for the CFP for this special issue on ‘The Geography of Gender: Place, Space and Contexts’ July 2022 issue (Vol VII  No ii). It has now been decided that January 2023 issue (Vol VIII No i) will also be a special issue on ‘The Geography of Gender: Place, Space and Contexts’ and that there will be no new CFP for the January 2023 issue (Vol VIII No i) as we had to schedule some of the articles originally submitted for July 2022 issue (Vol VII  No ii) to January 2023 issue (Vol VIII No i).

This CFP is Now Closed

31 March 2022


Deadline for CFP on ‘The Geography of Gender: Place, Space and Contexts’ for July 2022 issue (Vol VII  No ii) of postScriptum: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Literary Studies (online, open access, peer-reviewed, DOAJ indexed) ISSN: 2456-7507 has been extended. Detailed CFP is appended below.

Extended Deadline: 15 April 2022

21 February 2022

Call for Papers (CFP)

for Volume VII Number ii (July 2022 issue)


postScriptum:  An  Interdisciplinary  Journal of  Literary  Studies (online, open access, peer-reviewed, DOAJ indexed) ISSN: 2456-7507, invites original,  unpublished, scholarly research articles, popular articles, book/film reviews, interviews in English on Literary Studies for its July 2022 issue (Vol VII  No ii).

The focal theme for this issue is:

The Geography of Gender: Place, Space and Contexts


Concept Note

It is a commonly acknowledged fact that gender practices, roles and imaginaries are “situated,” and the context, and location of the situatedness have deep impact on them. Therefore, place and/or space are intricately involved in the activities related to gender formation and practices. Precisely, geography has a role to play in the formation and analysis of the epistemological as well as ontological formation of gender. Moreover, with the change of geographical locations, gender politics and activities change with the change in cultural practices, socio-political and religious imperatives. A quick look at the genealogy of Third World Feminism clearly points to the role of geographical factors. The socio-cultural and religio-political shifts that are discernible with the change from First World to Third Word are undoubtedly related to cultural geography that necessitates a separate agency for the Third World gender issues. The same is applicable for the queer questions also.  All these observations underline an intensive as well as extensive relation between gender and geography which requires critical exploration of the area.

The upcoming issue (July 2022) of postScriptum intends to focus on the role of place, space and geography in the understanding and formation for gender roles, practices and imaginaries.


The issue purports to focus on, but does not restrict to, the following sub-themes:

  • Imaginaries of Gender and Geography
  • Place, Space and Gender
  • The role of spatial context in Gender Studies.
  • Work Place, spatial politics and the Gender 
  • ‘Diversity’ and ‘Difference’ in the context of Gender Studies and Geography


Guest Editor: Dr Pradipta Shyam Chowdhury

Assistant Professor of English, University of North Bengal <>

  • Submissions should be sent electronically in .docx or .doc format to

Any other mode of submission will NOT be accepted.

  • A separate cover page should include the author’s name, designation, an abstract of 200-300 words with a maximum of 5 keywords and a short bio-note of 50-100.

  • There is no Article Processing Charges (APC), Article Submission Charges and Publication Charges for postScriptum.