Resources for Feminist Research Journal / Revue de documentation sur la recherche féministe


Resources for Feminist Research / Documentation sur la recherche féministe (RFR/DRF) is an academic journal of interdisciplinary feminist scholarship and research. Published since 1972, it is one of North America’s first feminist, academic, and peer-reviewed publications.

The journal’s objectives are to disseminate research findings and critical analyses addressing a broad range of issues relevant to feminist theory, research and activism, and to provide a forum for communication for feminist scholars and activists nationally and internationally.

We encourage submissions from a wide range of disciplines and from diverse feminist perspectives which engage with issues of gender, sexuality, race, class, disability, nation and ethnicity and other conditions which shape people’s lives.

If you are looking for information on current calls for papers we have two kinds - our New Feminist Research Call which has an ongoing deadline with manuscripts welcomed anytime and, our Theme Issue Calls with specific deadlines.

As of the fall of 2016 the journal will cease its print publication and will continue as an online publication. To celebrate the launch of our first online issue, RFR/DRF’s Volume 34, Nos. 3&4, New Feminist Research/Nouvelles recherches féministes, is now available open access.

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