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Date: 2018-07-24
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Subject: European Journal of Politics and Gender - Free first issue now available



We are very pleased to announce that the first issue of the European Journal of Politics and Gender (Vol. 1, No. 1-2) has now been published.

 

The first issue is a double issue on Politics and gender: rocking political science and creating new horizons and is free to access until 7th September.

 

The European Journal of Politics and Gender (EJPG) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes international, cutting-edge research in the broad field of politics and gender. EJPG is the flagship journal of the European Conference on Politics and Gender (ECPG).

For more information please visit the journal homepage: http://bit.ly/EJPG_Homepage

 

Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, are committed to publishing the highest quality scholarship in the social sciences and aligned disciplines. We want our work to make a positive contribution from the advancement of ideas through to practical implementation.

 

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Explore the latest issue of the European Journal of Politics and Gender online: http://bit.ly/EJPG_01_0102

 

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IN THE CURRENT ISSUE: Vol. 1, No. 1-2

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ISSUE 1: BROADENING THE HORIZON OF THE POLITICS AND GENDER RESEARCH AGENDA

 

EDITORIAL

Politics and gender: rocking political science and creating new horizons

http://bit.ly/EJPGEditorial010102

Authors: Ahrens, Petra; Celis, Karen; Childs, Sarah; Engeli, Isabelle; Evans, Elizabeth; Mügge, Liza

 

Intersectionality and the politics of knowledge production

http://bit.ly/Mugge_etal

 Authors: Mügge, Liza; Montoya, Celeste; Emejulu, Akwugo; Weldon, S. Laurel

 

Power, knowledge and the politics of gender in the Global South

http://bit.ly/Medie_Kang

Authors: Medie, Peace A.; Kang, Alice J.

 

Coming out of the political science closet: the study of LGBT politics in Europe

http://bit.ly/Paternotte

 Author: Paternotte, David

 

Feminist international relations: some research agendas for a world in transition

http://bit.ly/Prugl_Tickner

Authors: Prügl, Elisabeth; Tickner, J. Ann

 

Gendering welfare state analysis: tensions between care and paid work

http://bit.ly/Ciccia_Sainsbury

Authors: Ciccia, Rossella; Sainsbury, Diane

 

Taking implementation seriously in assessing success: the politics of gender equality policy

http://bit.ly/Engeli_Mazur

Authors: Engeli, Isabelle; Mazur, Amy

 

Misogyny and transformations

http://bit.ly/Dovi_S

Author: Dovi, Suzanne

 

Power struggles: gender equality in political representation

http://bit.ly/Celis_Lovenduski

Authors: Celis, Karen; Lovenduski, Joni

 

 

ISSUE 2: PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES IN POLITICS AND GENDER: TRANSVERSAL APPROACHES

 

Nudges for gender equality? What can behaviour change offer gender and politics?

http://bit.ly/WaylenC

Author: Waylen, Georgina

 

Increasing women's descriptive representation in national parliaments: the involvement and impact of gender and politics scholars

http://bit.ly/Childs_Dahlerup

Authors: Childs, Sarah; Dahlerup, Drude

 

Revisiting gender equality at times of recession: a discussion of the strategies of gender and politics scholarship for dealing with equality

http://bit.ly/Kantola_Verloo

Authors: Kantola, Johanna; Verloo, Mieke

 

Theorising feminist organising in and against neoliberalism: beyond co-optation and resistance?

http://bit.ly/Eschle_Maiguashca

Authors: Eschle, Catherine; Maiguashca, Bice

 

Methods, methodologies and epistemologies in the study of gender and politics

http://bit.ly/Tripp_Hughes

Authors: Tripp, Aili Mari; Hughes, Melanie M.

 

With or without feminism? Researching gender and politics in the 21st century

http://bit.ly/Ackerly_True

 Authors: Ackerly, Brooke; True, Jacqui

 

Towards the good profession: improving the status of women in political science

http://bit.ly/AtchisonAL

Author: Atchison, Amy L.

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