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GENDER. Journal for Gender, Culture and Society

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.

Ethical guidelines for authors:

Please note our ethical guidelines for authors.