ACPA Standing Committee on Men & Masculinities
Within student affairs growing attention is being given to issues of college men and mascuilnities. The field is constantly evolving and providing student affairs educators with the tools necessary to engage in a meaningful dialoge around men and mascuilnities. ACPA's Standing Committee on Men & Masculinities hopes to further these conversations by providing a space for new voices to share their thoughts in this area.
We are seeking submission specifically from graduate students (both at the Master's and Doctoral level) and new professionals related to men and mascuilnities. We want to know where you are in your current thinking on these issues, and further, where you think we are heading as a community. Submissions should not follow the traditional research format. Rather, we are hoping you can share your current thoughts, questions, research, interests, or practices.
Potential topics might include:
Our hope is that this is a publication that brings together a diversity of perspectives. We alook for you to express where you see the field of men and mascuilnties now, and where you see it moving forward. Entries should be size 12 font in Times New Roman, double spaced, between 1500-2000 words, and have one inch margins on all sides.
A full draft of your mauscript should be submitted to Zak Foste (email@example.com), Vice Chair of Research and Scholarship, no later than September 1, 2012. Individuals submitting abstracts will be informed by October 1, 2012 if their piece has been accepted, accepted with revisions, or denied.
September 1, 2012
Draft of manuscript due to firstname.lastname@example.org for review
October 1, 2012
Decisions will be e-mailed to the primary author regarding their manuscript being accepted, accepted with revisions, or denied.
November 15, 2012
Final edits of manuscripts due to email@example.com
January 1, 2013
Compilation will be published online via ACPA's Standing Committee on Men & Mascuilnities Website.