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Call for Papers
November 1, 2022 to November 15, 2022
New Brunswick, Canada
Subject Fields: 
African American History / Studies, Indigenous Studies, Race / Ethnic Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies

 Call for submissions from both senior and emerging scholars to my edited volume Women on the Pilgrimage to Peace. In this context pilgrimage is defined as ‘a journey’, ‘a way’ (either secular or spiritual) that ultimately leads to achieving broadly defined peace (personal, community, nationwide, political, cultural, and more)  through nonviolent tactics.  Your submission (up to 250 words) should contain clearly defined thesis, objectives, and methodology. Please also submit your short  CV (up to 100 words). Deadline for submissions is 15 November 2022, potential publication date by Cambridge Scholar Publishers  November 2023.

Possible table of contents

 Women on the Pilgrimage to Peace Across Cultures

Women on the Pilgrimage  to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

Women on the Pilgrimage to save our Planet

Women on the Religious or Spiritual Pilgrimage to Peace

Women on the Secular Pilgrimage to Peace

Women on the Pilgrimage to Create  Peace through Art

Women  and Pilgrimage towards activism for ‘Black/Indigenous Lives Matter’

Women on the Pilgrimage to Healthy and Nonviolent Living

Women on the Pilgrimage to Nonviolent Future

Women pilgrimage and peace: case studies from Russia, Ukraine, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Western Sahara, Chile ..and more.

Contact Info: 

Dr Anna Hamling

Departmnet of Culture and Media Studies


Fredericton, NB, Canada

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Contact Info: 

Dr Anna Hamling

Culture and Media Studies Department



NB Canada


Contact Email: