The Graduate Journal of Social Science is seeking book reviews for the

upcoming special issue (December 2010) on 'Transgender Studies and
Theories'.

This special issue will feature papers from the international conference
titled 'Transgender Studies and Theories: Building up the Field in a
Nordic Context', which took place in November 2009 at Linköping
University, Sweden (http://www.gjss.org/index.php/CFP-Transgender-
Studies-and-Theories-Building-up-the-Field-in-a-Nordic-Context.html).

The guest editors for this special issue (Ulrica Engdahl & Katherine
Harrison) are now inviting book reviews from students and researchers.


Review copies of the following texts are available:
x Assuming a Body: Transgender and the Rhetorics of Materiality by
Gayle Salamon (Columbia University Press, 2010)
x Two Truths and a Lie by Scott Turner Schofield (Homofactus
Press, 2008)
x You've Changed: Sex Reassignment and Personal Identity ed.by
Laurie J. Shrage (OUP, 2009)
x Transgender Identities: Towards a Social Analysis of Gender
ed. by Sally Hines and Tam Sanger (Routledge, 2010)


If you would like to write a review of one of these, please send a 250
word statement of interest and a 2 page CV to
katherine.harrison@gmail.com by 7 June 2010. Please indicate clearly
which book you would like to review.

Please note that if your application is successful, a review copy will be
mailed to you in week commencing 14 June 2010 and your review
(1000-1500 words) will be required by 1 August 2010.

If you have any queries please contact Katherine Harrison as soon as
possible at: katherine.harrison@gmail.com

Further information on the format and length of book reviews can be
found at: http://gjss.org/index.php/gjss.org-Submission-of-
Bookreviews.html

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