Exhibitors

We are happy to announce below the Gender Studies 2019 Conference Exhibitors 

 

Rowman & Littlefield International (RLI) is an independent, interdisciplinary publisher in the Humanities & Social Sciences. We are committed to bringing incisive modern scholarship to a global readership in multiple formats. We firmly believe in the value of publishing cutting-edge research for a scholarly audience. We have been developing our gender studies publishing for many years and welcome the opportunity to join this conference, meet important researchers and teachers in this area and represent our books, series and authors. Dhara Snowden, Senior Commissioning Editor at RLI, will be available throughout the conference, her email address is dsnowden@rowman.com, please contact to arrange a meeting. The exhibit will be open from 15:00 on Wednesday to 13:00 on Friday.

NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research

Meet the editors of NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research is hosted by Tampere University from 2019 till 2020. During the coffee break there is an opportunity to meet one of NORA's three Editors-in-Chief Tiina Suopajärvi, the Book Review Editors Ville Kainulainen and Luca Tainio and the Editorial Secretary Pieta Hyvärinen. This is an informal meet-and-talk session with no pre-set agenda: you can ask questions about publishing in NORA, hear about editorial team members' experiences, and learn what it is like to work inside academic publishing in gender studies. You can meet the editors on Thursday during the coffee break (15:00-16:00) and on Friday during the self-care break (13:00-14:00).

International Feminist Journal of Politics (IFJP) is the leading source of cutting-edge research at the intersection of global politics, feminist, gender and queer scholarship, and activism. Developed and led by a team of prominent feminist scholars, this journal brings together some of the most influential figures in the field to build a global community of critical and engaged writers and readers. It also seeks to provide a platform for voices from around the world that have not found genuinely open spaces for expression and engagement. You can meet the editors on Thursday during the coffee break (15:00-16:00) and on Friday during the self-care break (13:00-14:00).

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Redescriptions: Political Thought, Conceptual History and Feminist Theory is an international refereed journal, which publishes contributions on the transdisciplinary study of concepts. Redescriptions draws attention to rhetorical moves within political theory, conceptual history and feminist thought, and highlights political agency within these fields. Political and feminist thought in various forms, whether in philosophical, historical or contemporary terms, is published by the journal. Unique in its focus on political and conceptual contingency, Redescriptions welcomes original scholarly contributions on any aspect of political and feminist thought, especially studies that take the changing and contested character of concepts seriously. Redescriptions is a fully open access journal and promotes new fair and accessible academic publishing concept: all the articles published by Redescriptions are free of charge for both authors and readers. There is an opportunity to meet the editors Tuija Pulkkinen, Katja Kahlina and Susanne Lettow on Thursday during the coffee break (15:00-16:00) and on Friday during the self-care break (13:00-14:00).

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Sukupuolentutkimus–Genusforskning (Finnish Journal of Gender Studies)