SEXUALITY: Literature, Cinema and Culture (edited volume)

Elif Sendur Discussion

deadline for submissions: 

June 15, 2023

full name / name of organization: 

Edited by Rishiraj Pal and Sarmila Paul

contact email:


SEXUALITY: Literature, Cinema and Culture
Edited by
Rishiraj Pal and Sarmila Paul

This edited volume is proposed to be published by a reputed national/international publisher.

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Crimes of Love: Sexuality and Violence
  • Word-Flesh: Sexual/Textual Politics
  • Sexy Cucumbers, Lusty Meat: Sexuality and Food
  • Fear/Desire: Horror and Seduction
  • Sexuality and the Unconscious
  • The Erotic and the Occult
  • Paraphilia/Perversion and Necrophilia
  • Sexuality, Religion, and Spirituality
  • Myth, Folklores, and Sexuality
  • Medicalisation of Sexuality and Sexual Health
  • Libidinal Economy: Capitalism and Fetishism
  • Desiring Machines: Plugging-in, Flow, and Circuits
  • ‘Earogenous zones’: Sexuality, Sound, and Body
  • Mourning, Melancholia, and Sexuality
  • Witchcraft, Black Magic, and Sexuality
  • Sexual Orientation and Dissolving Categories
  • Technosexual: Cyborgs, Sex Robots, and Teledildonics
  • Sexuality, Disability, and Illness
  • Pornography: Visual Pleasure and Affect
  • Sexuality, Memory, and Trauma
  • BDSM: Sexuality, Power, and Punishment
  • Sexuality and Spatiality: Poetics and Politics
  • Sexual Cultures: Videogames, Advertisements, Fashion

Please email your original and unpublished article (4000-5500 words including endnotes, if any, and the references/works cited) along with an abstract/chapter summary (within 300 words) and a short bio-note (within 100 words) as MS-Word documents to:

Response from the editors will be prompt. 


Formatting Guidelines: The manuscripts should be prepared strictly in accordance with the MLA Handbook (8th Edition)