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Call for Papers: Australian Feminist Law Journal

Seeking to challenge and expand on prevailing legal conceptualisations of ‘violence’, with a focus on innovative scholarship that develops concepts such as structural violence, speech as violence, spiritual violence, and technological violence, as well as that complicates the legal categorisation of related concepts such as abuse, harm, and exploitation.

Call for papers - ReWOMEN

Papers are welcome from scholars and practitioners at any career stage, addressing issues of gender and economic activity, anywhere in the world and covering any time period.

Call for Papers: Gender, War and Coerced Labour (Special Issue of Labor History)

This special issue of Labor History will examine the intersecting themes of gender, war and coerced labour from a historical perspective to ask new questions about, and propose new conceptual frameworks for, degrees, forms and sites of coercion and their gendered dimensions in connection with war-related work (military or civilian).

Call for Papers: Gender in Catastrophic Times

How is gender mediated through and by catastrophe? How has gender contributed to or even caused catastrophe? And how have people reconsidered or reframed gender and gender norms in light of catastrophe?

The Gendered Body During Covid-19

This special issue will consider the impact of Covid-19 on gendered bodily practices.

2021 Australian Gender Economics Workshop

AGEW invites the submission of research papers on any topic of gender economics

Signs Special Issue: Complexities of Care and Caring

This special issue invites reassessments across disciplines, broadly questioning and complicating feminist histories, debates, and politics of care and caring

Call for Papers: 'This changes everything?'! Australia and the post-pandemic world

Covid-19 has upended daily life with nations struggling to stop the spread of this deadly virus. The closure of factories, offices, cafes, schools, theatres, sportsgrounds and stores has thrown millions out of work and economies into a tailspin.

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