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Hazel Johnstone, MBE

Managing Editor

European Journal of Women's Studies
Gender Institute/ LSE
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE
United Kingdom

 

Email: ejws@lse.ac.uk| 

Tel: +44 (0)207 107 5316

efax:44 (0)207 681 2866 

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European Journal of Women's Studies

The European Journal of Women's Studies is a major international forum for original scholarship at the cutting edge of research in women's studies. The journal's main focus is the complex theoretical and empirical relationship between women and the particular, and diverse, context of Europe.

As well as articles, the journal includes short topical and polemical pieces (open forums); and book reviews.

Peer-reviewed articles submitted direct to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ejw|

Book reviews| to Ann Phoenix and Veronica Pravadelli

Open forums to madeleine kennedy-macfoy|

News

We are delighted to bring you some very good news about the 2012 Impact Factor for EJWS. The new Impact Factor is 0.738 and EJWS is now ranked 14 out of 38 in the Women’s Studies category.

Forthcoming Special issues:

Gendering-Genocide-CfP  (ed. Ayşe Gül Altınay and Andrea Petö)  publication Vol. 22, issue 2, May 2015.

also current:

thenewEuropeCFP|

The New Europe: 25 Years after the Fall of the Wall (ed. Kornelia Slavova and Barbara EInhorn).   publication Vol. 21, issue 4, November 2014.


Book reviews: an occasional series

EJWS publishes online the best book reviews produced on WS and GS courses. The aim is for students to work with their tutors/lecturers to produce excellent book reviews to be submitted to the journal for consideration.

2013 best masters students' entries  in book reviews, in conjunction with the University of Utrecht, gender graduate programme, are as follows: 

Lisa McLaughlin and Cynthia Carter (eds). Current Perspectives in Feminist Media Studies. London: Routledge, 2012; 160 pp.: 9780415540117
Reviewed by: Suen de Andrade e Silva
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Sandra Ponzanesi and Margueritte Waller (eds), Postcolonial Cinema Studies, London, Routledge, 2011, 250 pp., ISBN 978-0-415-78229-6 (paperback) – 978-0-415-78228-9 (hardcover).
Reviewed by: Milica Trakilović
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Robert Kulpa and Joanna Mizieliñska (eds.), De-Centring Western Sexualities: Central and Eastern European Perspectives, London, Ashgate, 2011, 232 pp., ISBN: 978-1-4094-0242-8
Reviewed by: Rasa Navickaite
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2012

Sally Macarthur, Towards a Twenty-First-Century Feminist Politics of Music, Farnham, England and Burlington, USA, Ashgate, 2010: 193 pp., ISBN 978-1-4094-0982

Reviewed by: Freya de Mink|

Jill Fields (ed.), Entering the Picture. Judy Chicago, The Fresno Feminist Art Program and the Collective Visions of Women Artists. Routledge, New York, 2012: 345pp., ISBN 978-0-41588760-4  Reviewed by: Annette Krauss|

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