Call for proposals: CSPI/Women’s Press

CSPI/Women’s Press
425 Adelaide Street West, Suite 200
Toronto, ON
Telephone: 416 929 2774
Fax: 416 929 1926
Canadian Scholars’ Press & Women’s Press warmly invite proposals from affiliated members of the Social Justice Research Institute.

We are specifically seeking proposals with a focus on global justice, social movements, labour studies, childhood and youth, and gender issues but we welcome proposals from all disciplines and scholars. Currently, we are focused on titles intended for use in post-secondary classrooms.

Who are we?

Canadian Scholars’ Press is an independent Canadian owned and operated academic press. We publish an extensive range of titles in the humanities and social sciences. Women’s Press, an imprint of CSPI, is Canada’s oldest English-language feminist publisher and has played an integral role in the proliferation of feminist scholarship in Canada.

We pride ourselves on our unique and varied list including such recent titles as:

Critical Animal Studies
Ed. John Sorenson

Trans Activism in Canada
Ed. Dan Irving & Rupert Raj

Why publish with us?

Our books undergo a rigorous peer review process. We provide responsive, personalized service and a team of experienced professionals with exceptional qualifications. All of the members of our editorial team hold PhD’s in the humanities or social sciences and have many years of experience in the field of higher education publishing. Our custom supplementary materials are also created in house by an editor with experience teaching in a variety of disciplines. Our marketing team reaches the Canadian and international academic community through targeted email campaigns, campus visits, extensive digital and print exam copy distribution, conference attendance, book award submissions, and social media.

Interested faculty can forward queries or proposals to Acquisitions Editor Laura Godsoe.

For more information please review the CSPI/Women’s Press publishing fact sheet or proposal guidelines.

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