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GENDER. Journal for Gender, Culture and Society

Forum | GENDER. Journal for Gender, Culture and Society was founded in 2009 as a journal on women and gender studies. It provides a forum for academic debate and discourse between academics and practitioners. From a regional perspective, the journal focuses primarily on the German-speaking areas, enabling specific analyses of the political, social and cultural spheres.

Multidisciplinary perspectives | The journal covers a broad range of social and cultural topics, addressing both socio-political issues on equality and justice as well as issues regarding the staging and cultural interpretation of gender. It gathers a wide range of academic disciplines in which women’s, men’s and gender issues are reflected.

Publication frequency  | The journal is published three times per annum (in march, june and october), each with a thematic focus, and some 480 pages per year.

Peer Review  | Contributions to the special issues and to the section for open contributions are double-blind peer reviewed.

Open Access | The journal is documented in SOLIS (Social Science Literature Information System) and in SSOAR (Social Science Open Access Repository). Its archive issues are published in Open Access.

Ethics | Please note our Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement