Lal Zimman, who uses the pronouns he/him or they/them, is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at UC Santa Barbara on Chumash land

Oxford University Press Studies in Language, Gender, and Sexuality

As General Co-Editor for Oxford University Press's Studies in Language, Gender, and Sexuality series (with Jenny L. Davis), I welcome all inquiries from potential contributors. You may submit proposals and manuscripts to us or to Meredith Keffer, the OUP editor who works on the series.

For more information about submitting to the series, series author guidelines are available in PDF format. For more about preparing your proposal, see the proposal guidelines on OUP's website

About the series

Studies in Language, Gender, and Sexuality offers a broadly interdisciplinary forum for pioneering new scholarship in the field. The mandate of the series is to encourage innovative work on language, gender, and sexuality, which may be achieved through the revisitation of familiar topics from fresh vantage points, through the introduction of new avenues of research, or through new theoretical or methodological frameworks. Volumes may be authored by scholars in such disciplines as anthropology, sociology, literary studies, education, psychology, ethnic studies, and women’s studies, as well as linguistics. In addition, monographs, textbooks, and edited collections that fit the series’ emphasis on innovation will be appropriate for inclusion. 

Books published in the series (most of which precede my tenure as editor) include: