GENDER issue 3/17
Call for Papers
In daily contexts we are increasingly confronted with erosion processes and reorganizations of biologically-based family relationships in various, often interrelated areas, e.g. in reproductive medicine, in partner relationships and family care, in small and large families. New biopolitical, social and legal forms of kinship have emerged which require a fundamental redefinition of the rules of gender and relationships, and make the model of genealogy increasingly obsolete. This special issue encourages discussions on new forms of kinship, especially from the perspectives of cultural and social sciences and gender theory. Deadline for application: 20.11.2017
GENDER. Journal for Gender, Culture and Society
GENDER. Journal for Gender, Culture and Society presents a forum for academic debate as well as discourse between academics and practitioners. The range of the journal extends from social to cultural topics – sociopolitical issues on equality and justice are addressed as well as issues of the orchestration and cultural interpretation of gender. The journal aims at a broad range of topics and academic disciplines, in which women, men, and gender issues are reflected.
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