Call for Submissions: First IFJP Virtual Issue
We are excited to announce that we are working to put together our first Virtual Issue: The 20th Anniversary Teaching Edition - and we need your help gathering its content...
Virtual Issue - The 20th Anniversary Teaching Issue
In celebration of the 20th year of the International Feminist Journal of Politics, we are assembling a virtual issue of 8-20 articles from the International Feminist Journal of Politics archive to re-release Open Access because (1) individually, each is great for teaching; and/or (2) because together they reveal the range of resources for teaching held in the current and past pages of the journal.
Please join us in this endeavor by telling us what IFJP articles you teach and why, and by circulating this call widely. For each submission, if time allows, please include:
The article title as it was published in the International Feminist Journal of Politics
The year, volume, issue it was published in the International Feminist Journal of Politics
The course title, level of student in the course
Thoughts on why it is a good article to teach
Key themes (these could be taken from the key words or your own, indicating how you would group this article with others, so you might label it “human rights” if you teach it in a human rights unit, or “intersectionality” if you use it to make the field of international relations seem more intersectional even if the author does not use that key word)
Your name, institutional affiliation, and contact information.
While there is no need to include the article itself, but you may include it for convenience and your own records or so as to avoid possible confusion.
Those who submissions are included in the Virtual Issue will receive recognition as contributors to the Virtual issue.
Feel free to contact any of us with questions:
Brooke Ackerly, Vanderbilt University, US
Shine Choi, Massey University, New Zealand
Marianne Marchand, Universidad de las Americas Puebla, Mexico
Krishna Menon, Ambedkar University, India
Amy Niang, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Connie Tabbush, UNWomen and Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Olivia Rutazibwa, University of Portsmouth, UK
Li Yingtao, 李英桃 , Beijing Foreign Studies University, China