Call for Papers - Part 3

posted by sab on 2007/05/29 23:03

[ Call for Papers ]

An interesting Call for Papers: Gender & Social Change in Albania's Transition has just been posted on Balkan Academic News:

The Gender Alliance for Development, in cooperation with Cordaid (Netherlands), invites submissions for an edited collection on Gender and Social Change in Albania's Transition. The collection intends to address the current gap in academic literature in this area by providing a detailed depiction of changing gender relations since the early 1990s.

The invitation is open to researchers working on gender issues in Albania.
Topics may include (but are not restricted to) the following areas:
The impact of social movements / civil society on gender relations
Gender and citizenship
Gender, politics and public policy
Gender and education
International organisations and gender mainstreaming
Gender and contemporary media
Changing family structures, norms and values / Domestic violence
Gender and migration
Gender and EU integration
SEE regional/European comparative studies
Interested contributors are asked to send a 500-word abstract and a
current CV by email to:

Dr Eglantina Gjermeni
Executive Director
Gender Alliance for Development
Tirana, Albania

Deadline: 20 June 2007

Abstracts may be submitted in English or Albanian. The final
publication will be in both languages. Contributors will be notified
of selected abstracts by mid-July. Selected authors will receive a
small honorarium for their contribution.


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