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Gender and Sociology

Series Editors: Sue Scott, Newcastle University, UK and Stevi Jackson, Centre for Women's Studies, University of York, UK

Gender and Sociology is a new series bringing together high quality research in the areas of gender and sociology. 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 gendered identities.

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Proposals are invited for texts that include one or a range of the following:
Theoretical debates on sex/gender - 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 Sue Scott (sue.scott@newcastle.ac.uk), Stevi Jackson (stevi.jackson@york.ac.uk) and Shannon Kneis (shannon.kneis@bristol.ac.uk). Download the proposal guidelines.

International editorial advisory board

  • Susanne Y. P. Choi, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Meihua Chen, National Sun Yat Sen University, Taiwan
  • Sara Crawley, South Florida University, US
  • James Farrer, Sophia University, Japan
  • Nayoung Lee, Chung Ang University, South Korea
  • Nishi Mitra, TISS, Mumbai, India
  • Pei Yuxin, Sun Yat Sen University, 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, Italy
  • Momin Rahmin, Trent University, Canada Elina Oinas, University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Miriam Adelman, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil Kristen Schilt, University of Chicago, US