Women's Link Journal Call for Papers

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 11, 2021 to September 15, 2021
Location: 
India
Subject Fields: 
Women's & Gender History / Studies, South Asian History / Studies, Social Sciences, Sexuality Studies, Humanities

Women’s Link
A Bi-Annual Peer Reviewed Journal
(Vol. 29, No. 1) - JANUARY 2022

NON-THEMATIC
The forthcoming non-thematic issue proposes to engage in an interdisciplinary manner with the varied 
ways in which women continue to face marginalisation in the socio-economic, cultural and political 
arena. Around the world, millions of women, irrespective of their age groups, social classes, locations 
or cultures face a series of risk factors ranging from physical and psychological violence, sexual abuse 
and coercion to human trafficking. Women’s vulnerability is little addressed in the developmental 
policies of governments and the capitalist expansion of market economies. We invite papers that 
critically engage with these and other related issues and offer fresh insights into the debate on the 
status of women in India and around the world. Some of the sub-themes the issue hopes to examine 
are:
•     Women and Democracy
•     Globalization and Gender inequality
•     Women, Violence and Vulnerability
•     Representation of Women in Popular Media
•     Gender Justice and Empowerment
•     Rethinking Gender Equality in terms of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Accessibility
•     Women’s Participation in Public Life & Shifts in the Social, Political and Economic 
Environment

Note: Before submission, contributors are requested to go through our guidelines, style sheet, ethics policy on the JMI website. Submit your articles along with the plagiarism/similarity report.
(It must be below 10 per cent as per UGC guidelines)
Email your submission to: wlj@jmi.ac.in by September 15, 2021


Word Limit: 4000-4500
Prof. Nishat Zaidi (Editor)
Dr Adfer Rashid Shah (Associate Editor) 
Dr Saba Mahmood Bashir (Associate Editor)

Contact Info: 

Prof. Nishat Zaidi (Editor)
 Dr Adfer Rashid Shah (Associate Editor) 
Dr. Saba Mahmood Bashir (Associate Editor)

Ms. Kashish Dua (Research Scholar, Jamia Millia Islamia)

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