Aims & Scope
The goal of The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal is to extend the dialogues beyond the conference weekend and to invite more voices into the conversation. We recognize the importance of creatively engaging diverse tools for feminist activism, particularly those that support dialogues across difference. Our hope for this publication is to build a collaborative, open-access forum for students, faculty, and the community on topics relating to the themes of the Biennial Seneca Fall Dialogues conference.
Building on the important work of the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention, The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal publishes insights from the grassroots coming together of activists, artists, students, and academics, with the intention of fostering collaborative learning and intersectional feminist action. Submissions will contribute to the Dialogues’ commitment to promote leadership development, human rights activism, and equity for all individuals. Envisioned by Women’s and Gender Studies scholars, The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal seeks to honor the work of those who came before us as we build an accessible and inclusive publication in the continued pursuit of equality.