Transformations: Womanist, Feminist, and Indigenous Studies


Acquiring Editor: Dawn Durante
Series Editor AnaLouise Keating

A series for new visions of scholarship in womanism, feminism, and indigeneity.

Transforming oppositional critique into post-oppositional perspectives, this series offers exciting opportunities for transdisciplinary scholarship informed by women-of-colors theory and relational approaches to knowledge production, creativity, and social justice. Series books will enact innovative interventions into mainstream critical, feminist/womanist, poststructuralist, and continental theory and philosophy. Transdisciplinary in nature, each text will draw from multiple disciplines and perspectives in potentially synergistic ways. This series has a womanist/feminist focus that extends beyond women and gender to develop radically inclusive approaches to social change; creates transformative, transdisciplinary dialogues between the humanities and the social sciences, with the goal of producing new knowledge; develops alternatives to conventional forms of theorizing and academic scholarship, which generally rely on oppositional frameworks; promotes theory that is highly readable and practical while intellectually sophisticated and conversant with recent developments; and invites authors to take new risks (thematically, theoretically, methodologically, stylistically) in their work. With the stated aim of moving beyond an exclusive focus on feminist theory to include womanist and indigenous theorizing, this series will be at the forefront of the interdisciplinary and diverse trajectory of women's studies and related fields.