Vol. 37, No.1
Subscribers & readers of IGI,
Members of AWRC,
Greetings from AWRC !
The Editorial Advisory Committee (EAC) for IGI, is pleased to Call for articles for the June 2018 issue of IGI which will be a “mixed” or “Open issue”.
The EAC that met in 2013 decided that while IGI’s tradition of issues on specific themes and national issues will continue, there will also be a “mixed issue” each alternate year. This is to give space to essays, bible studies, reflections, poems, liturgies etc., that may not fit any of the forthcoming editions with assigned themes.
AWRC is therefore inviting you to contribute essays and other articles (including poems) on any theme related to the reality and liberation of Asian women in general. We welcome narrative and analytical essays, biblical exegesis and interpretation or sermons, reflections and poems that critique and analyze oppressive reality, deconstruct dominant theological and ideological beliefs and point towards transformation.
IGI also encourages students’ attempts at feminist theologizing so those studying theology, religions or women’s studies please feel free to send us your articles.
We request you to also send art work appropriate to your articles along with the permission to use those (if they are not original work that you have created or have permission to use).
If you are an artist, IGI will also feature art pieces, e.g. photos, paintings, drawings, sketches, etc. that portray themes of justice, women’s issues and oppressive realities in your contexts.
Attached is a flier outlining “Guidelines for Writers of IGI”. For the June 2018 issue due date for submissions is February 21, 2018.
Please be noted that articles that are published elsewhere will not be accepted.
Recommended word limit for each article: 1000 to 4000 words.
You may send inquiries or submission by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a gesture of appreciation and thanks AWRC will send you two copies of IGI whenever your paper or art piece is published.
We look forward to your participation in the work of IGI and AWRC through your contributions.
Eunice Barbara C. Novio, Limatula Longkumer, Hisako Kinukawa
The Editorial Advisory Committee, IGI, AWRC