• Publishes original research articles, letters, reviews/mini- reviews and guest edited thematic issues on various topics related to¬†Women Studies.

Aims and Scope

The Women Studies section of our journal serves as a platform for disseminating original research, critical analyses, reviews, and thematic explorations that contribute to advancing knowledge in the field of gender studies, feminism, and the multifaceted aspects of women's experiences. This section welcomes submissions from diverse disciplines that engage with the intersections of gender, society, culture, and power dynamics. Interdisciplinary approaches are highly encouraged to foster a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues surrounding women and gender.


The Women Studies section encourages the submission of original research articles, theoretical papers, literature reviews, and commentaries, and we invite researchers from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to engage with these themes and contribute to the ongoing discourse on women's studies, gender dynamics, and feminism.


The scope of the Women Studies section encompasses but is not limited to, the following thematic areas:


  • Feminist Theory
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Gender Studies
  • Women and Health
  • Women and Politics
  • Women and Work
  • Women in Culture and Society
  • Women's Psychology
  • Section Editor-in-Chief

    Batsheva R. Guy
    Psychology Department
    University of Cincinnati
    Cincinnati, OH
    United States

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