Parenthood and Families beyond Heteronormativity and the Gender Binary

Publié le 16 mai par Institut du genre

Possible questions/research topics :
•-Familial and reproductive (every day) practices beyond the heterosexual norm
• Families created by assisted reproductive technologies
• Legal and social recognition of parenthood and families
• Family constellations and norms (in the media)
• Biopolitical regulations of reproductive medicine in (trans-)national contexts
• Relationships between gender, sexuality, reproduction, and nation states

Timetable and procedure
Please submit a one- to two-page abstract by 30 June 2018. Non-German speakers are welcome to submit their articles in English. The Editorial Department works with the online editing system OJS. We would therefore like to ask you to register as an author of the journal GENDER at www.budrich-journals.de/index.php/gender and to submit and upload your abstract there. Once your abstract has been assessed and judged suitable for this issue, you will receive an invitation to submit. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 30 July 2018. The deadline for submission of the final manuscript is 1 March 2019.

GENDER. Journal for Gender, Culture and Society was founded in 2009 as a journal on women and gender studies. The journal covers a broad range of social and cultural topics, addressing both socio-political issues on equality and justice as well as issues regarding the staging and cultural interpretation of gender. The journal aims to cover a wide range of topics and academic disciplines in which women, men and gender issues are reflected.

For further information please contact the editorial team of the special issue : Dr. Almut Peukert (almut.peukert@hu-berlin.de), Julia Teschlade, MA (julia.teschlade@hu-berlin.de), Prof. Dr. Christine Wimbauer (christine.wimbauer@hu-berlin.de) und Dr. Mona Motakef (mona.motakef@hu-berlin.de), Humboldt-Universität Berlin or the editorial team (redaktion@gender-zeitschrift.de).

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