Open Rivers: Women & Water Article Proposal Submission Form
Thank you for your interest in contributing to the upcoming issue of Open Rivers: Rethinking Water, Place & Community on Women & Water. For the Spring 2022 issue of Open Rivers we seek contributions that foreground the complex roles women have in shaping relationships with water based on critical, thoughtful, and challenging research and engaged practices. We invite submissions from scholars, activists, artists, professionals, policymakers, community members, and practitioners who offer insight on women’s engagement with water broadly conceived. We encourage prospective authors to share work that will further our understandings of the important work and role of women in shaping our water futures but we also welcome people to offer work that might challenge this framing of women and water, and press for more inclusive, more expansive ways of conceiving of the intersections of gender, sexuality, and water. We are looking for a collection of articles that will provoke meaningful action and inspire ongoing discussion.

To submit a proposal for consideration, please complete the form below. The deadline for submissions is Friday, September 17th, 2021.

We are no longer accepting proposals seeking peer review for this issue. Thank you!

We will review proposals and be in touch within approximately one month of the deadline. Please also see our submission guidelines at

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Name (first and last) *
Email address *
Affiliation (organization, university, etc.)
Please share a short abstract or summary of what you would like to write about for Open Rivers (approximately 250 words) *
Do you have a preference of which article type you would like to write? (We are happy to make a recommendation based on your abstract as well.)
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