Fleshing Out Feminist Theory
The ‘Fat’ Body in Late Socialist Czechoslovakia: Compulsory Ability and Gender in Expert Discourse
Seeing ‘Red’ (Orange Is the New Black) – Russian Women, US Homonationalism and New Cold War Cultures
‘Politics Is Nothing but Medicine on a Larger Scale’: How Medical Science Helped To Establish a Political Order in 19th-Century Germany
‘Pregnancy Exam Schedule’ and Risk: Narratives of Women about Pregnancy
Experience without Sight: The Opportunity for Reflection of Normative Space
Trans* Narratives about the Body and with the Body
The transdiciplinary journal Gender and Research invites submissions for thematic blocks and issues for the period of 2017–2018
Guest editors Jitka Gelnarová and Marie Fousková are preparing a special issue of the journal Gender, rovné příležitosti, výzkum / Gender, Equal Opportunities, Research, focussed on the topic of women as political actors in history.
You can download the English version of the interview with Michael Burawoy, Evelyn Nakano Glenn, Nancy Jurik, Sonja Lokar, Arlie Hochschild, Barbara Bagilhole, Tom Wengraf, Ann Snitow or Elbieta Oleksy.
The journal Gender, Equal Opportunities, Research (Gender, rovné příležitosti, výzkum) invites submissions for a special issue examining concepts and theories of the body, embodiment, bodymind and corporeality within feminist theory and research practice.
Special issue aims to discuss two areas of feminist thought which from various angles focus on geopolitical, socio-economic and cultural relations between macroregions and cultural areas: the first thematic section of the issue of the journal will focus on postcolonialism from a gender perspective, the second thematic section will look into transnational feminism.
Guest editors Jeff Hearn, Iva Šmídová and Ivan Vodochodský are editing a special thematic issue of the journal Gender, rovné příležitosti, výzkum / Gender, Equal Opportunities, Research on men and masculinities.