NEW SERIES: Gender and Sociology

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Series Editors:

Professor Sue Scott and Professor Stevi Jackson, Centre for Women's Studies, University of York, UK

Gender and sociology will bring together high quality research in the areas of gender and sociology and include work from both established scholars and early career researchers. It will include: different theories and approaches to questions of gender; debates and contemporary issues in the sociological study of gender; historical, cultural and social and political dimensions; and the relationships between continuities and change, inequalities and gender identities.

This series is aimed at an international audience of academics and students who are interested in gender across the social science disciplines but particularly in sociology.

 

Editorial advisory board:

Susanne Y. P. Choi, ​Chinese University of Hong Kong

Meihua Chen, National Sun Yat Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Sara Crawley, South Florida University

James Farrer, Sophia University, Tokyo

Nayoung Lee, Chung Ang University, Seoul

Nishi Mitra, TISS, Mumbai

Pei Yuxin, Sun Yat Sen University, Guangzhou, China

Kopano Ratele UNISA/MRC, South Africa

Rosemary Du Plessis, Canterbury University, New Zealand

Ann Phoenix, University College London, UK

Ayse Saktanber, Middle East Technical University Ankara, Turkey

Raffaella Ferrero Camoletto, University of Turin

Momin Rahmin, Trent University

Elina Oinas, University of Helsinki

Miriam Adelman, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil

Kristen Schilt, University of Chicago, US

Call for proposals

Proposals are invited for texts that include one or a range of the following: Sex/gender debates and the critique of biological determinism; Femininities/Masculinities; Bodies; Sexuality; Feminism; Pornography; Love and Intimacy; Family; Work; Education; Violence; Politics;  Social movements; Representation; Identity; Class; Race and ethnicity; Social change and inequalities; Consumption; The Environment.

Contact regarding proposals

If you would like to submit a proposal, or to discuss ideas, then please contact the series editors: Sue Scott: sue.j.scott@york.ac.uk or Stevi Jackson: stevi.jackson@york.ac.uk