The [completely optional] theme for the 3rd Asian Women Blog Carnival is:
Intersections between Culture and Sexism
For many of us, "white feminism" tends to be our introduction towards recognizing sexism, racism, and other kinds of -isms that are relevant to our lives. But because we come from varying cultures, what others may call sexism, we call a cultural trait (the hijab is a prime example). Occasionally, we may have encountered sexism in our own cultures, but we never thought about it that way until after coming into contact with other cultures.
I also would like to state that anyone who identifies as an Asian woman is welcome to submit. This space is trans-friendly. Allies of Asian women (including but not limited to Asian men) are also welcome to submit, so long as submissions are within the context of Asian women.
Contributions do not have to be limited to essays or anything academic - personal anecdata, re-myths, fiction, any form of non-fiction prose, and poetry are also welcome!
The deadline for submissions is Saturday, August 15 (with a grace period of 24 hours afterwards). Just post a URL here, or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have at it, ladies!
Also, hosts are still needed for future carnivals! Get in touch with ciderpress if you're interested! ^^
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Call for Submissions (Carnival)!
Asian Women Blog Carnival #3: Call for Submissions