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Call for authors: Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies

The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies is still seeking authors for the following entries (word counts follow titles).

Contributions are needed as soon as possible. Please note that the encyclopedia is one of G & S 'studies' so an overview of the state of the research as well as conceptual definition will be desired. Also note that it’s an international encylopedia!

  • Religious and legal systems [related to family] 2500
  • LGBTTQ Activism, Latin America 3000
  • Women's/feminist activism, South East Asia 2500
  • Sexual Citizenship: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands 2500
  • Sexual Citizenship: East Asia 3000
  • Westernization 1000
  • Sex and senior women 1000
  • Gender, Politics and the State: Caribbean 2500
  • Hormone replacement therapy 1000
  • Relations of ruling 1000
  • Structural oppression 1000
  • Economic status in comparative perspective 6000
  • Reproductive physiology 1000
  • Nomadic Theory 1000
  • Object relations theory 1000
  • Coercive Heterosexuality 1000
  • Educational Testing and gender 1000
  • Judaism,  gender and sexuality 2500
  • Feminist perspectives on whiteness 2500
  • Dowry and brideprice 1000
  • Dual systems theory 1000
  • Extended Families 1000
  • Feminisms, Liberal 2500
  • Feminist Utopian writing 1000
  • Geisha 1000  
  • Women as producers of culture 2500
  • Commodity culture 1000
  • Embodiment including the Phenomenological Tradition 3000
  • Exhibitionism 1000
  • Feminization of poverty 1000
  • Gender technologies 2500
  • Self defense 1000
  • Victimization 1000
  • Female Criminality 1500
  • Hostile Work Environment 1000
  • Lesbian literature 2500
  • Sexual Rights 2500
  • Wong Communism and gender 2500
  • Feminist Ethics and Bioethics 2500
  • Gender audit 1000
  • Gender equality 1000
  • Women's movement: Modern international movement 3000
  • Climate Change and gender 2500

Contact: Bronwyn Winter

 

Updated:  7 November, 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute