Feminist Formations is a peer-reviewed publication committed to providing a forum in which the research of feminist scholars, both established and new, results in critical dialogue. We strive to publish articles that further our mission of presenting interdisciplinary and multicultural feminist scholarship linking theory, activism, and education. We invite submissions in all areas relating to Women's Studies. Critical essays, reviews, archives, and reports that engage in a feminist perspective will also be considered. We seek submissions on topics such as:
Feminist pedagogy / Feminist theory and research methodologies, including global feminism / Gender, place, and culture / Women and science / Women and religion, including fundamentalism / Women, girls, and education / Ecology, ecofeminism, health and the environment / Feminist generations: the future of feminism, young feminists, children / Post-colonial studies /Women and the arts / Women writers: autobiographies and reflexive writings / Race, class, sexualities, and gender intersections / Women and the media /Women and disabilities / Women's history / Immigration
For a sample article, please see Vivyan Adair's The Missing Story of Ourselves.
For any questions about the journal in general or about submitting, please feel free to contact the editor, Sandra K. Soto (email@example.com) .
Please be aware that we will not consider materials that are sent simultaneously to other journals for their publication consideration. If you feel that Feminist Formations is the appropriate place for your manuscript, please refrain from submitting the article elsewhere until you have a response from us.
Submissions for regular issues should be prepared in the following manner:
NOTE: Feminist Formations's guidelines have changed, as reflected below. In striving to be more earth-friendly, we no longer require hard copies of manuscripts.
The editorial staff will read each manuscript to determine whether it should be sent out for review. Manuscripts that do not conform to CMS, or are submitted with identifying information or without abstracts, will not be sent out for review.
Volume: 26 (2014)
Frequency: 3 issues
Print ISSN: 2151-7363
Online ISSN: 2151-7371