International Journal of Feminist Technoscience

International Journal of Feminist Technoscience (Nordic) is a forum for articles in the area of Feminist Technoscience as well as general Technoscience. The exceptional added value for this journal is its Open Peer Review Process. The journal is attractive to researchers, who want to: be published within a future oriented theme, go in dialogue with the international research community in a much faster way than what is the case when publishing in traditional journals, use this journal for bringing her / his manuscript from draft to final version by the help of the open peer review process, publish both / either in this journal and/or some other journal or book. The authors are free to publish their manuscript anywhere after using the facilities of the journal.

Publishes articles in English.

Kvinder, Køn & Forskning

Kvinder, Køn & Forskning (Danmark) er et tværvidenskabeligt tidsskrift, der bringer artikler, som afspejler mangfoldigheden inden for dansk kønsforskning. Vi har tilsvarende en bred vifte af videnskabeligt interesserede læsere, og vi tilstræber derfor, at artiklerne skal kunne læses af andre end de fagligt indviede forskere.

Publicerer artikler på skandinaviske språk og engelsk.

lambda nordica

Lambda nordica (Nordic) is a journal presenting research in Humanities and Social Sciences with relation to LGBT and Queer Studies. We strive to support the dialogue between established and younger scholars to inspire to more LGBT research in the Nordic area and support the initiative to new research areas in the field. The journal also introduces and reviews international LGBT literature. As of 2012, lambda nordica is both a printed and Open-Access journal.

Publishes articles in Scandinavian languages and English.

NORA

NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research (Nordic) is an interdisciplinary journal of gender and women’s studies and a conduit for high-quality research from, and across, all disciplines. Rooted in the politics of its Nordic location, the journal recognizes and conveys in particular the situatedness of Nordic feminist research. Nora puts emphasis on the various Nordic positions of feminist research, but simultaneously for its transnational entanglements. In effect, the journal partakes in larger intranational conversations on gender and other intersecting categories of analysis. Nora is thus a forum for transversal conversations, creative and critical feminist thought, and comparative perspectives. Acknowledging the need to speak across borders, Nora challenges academic and disciplinary, linguistic and national limits and boundaries. Situated in the Nordic context and international in scope, the editors welcome contributions from all countries, and from across the full kaleidoscopic range of feminist political, empirical and theoretical standpoints.

Publishes articles in English.

Norma

NORMA (Nordisk) is the leading forum for masculinity studies in the Nordic countries. It is a major resource for cutting-edge research regarding men and masculinities in gender studies and gender equality related issues. The objective of the journal is to facilitate the theoretical development, recognition, promotion and coordination of research concerning multiple forms of masculinities in a Nordic context and beyond. The journal promotes innovative interdisciplinary and disciplinary research and encourages new theoretical and methodological interventions in the field. Being a multidisciplinary forum, the journal invites papers from authors in a diverse range of scholarly fields. The journal publishes articles primarily in the Scandinavian languages as well as in English and as such complements the other joint Nordic journal within gender research, NORA, which publishes exclusively in English.

Publishes articles in Scandinavian languages and English,

Tidsskrift för genusvetenskap

Tidsskrift för genusvetenskap (Sverige) er Nordens største for aktuell tverrvitenskapelig kjønnsforskning. Det presenterer ny forskning på feltet og inviterer til feministisk debatt. Tidskrift för genusvetenskap er det nye navnet på tidligere Kvinnovetenskaplig tidskrift som ble grunnlagt i Lund i 1980. Navneskiftet skjedde i 2007. Redaksjonen er knyttet til universitetsmiljøene i Sverige og bytter sted hvert fjerde år.

Publicerar artiklar på svenska.

Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning

Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning (Norge) er et tverrfaglig vitenskapelig tidsskrift som viser bredden i kjønnsforskningen i Norge og presenterer ny kunnskap fra feltet. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning ble startet under navnet Kvinneforskning i 1977 av Sekretariatet for kvinneforskning i Norges forskningsråd (tidligere NAVF). I 1998 ble det overtatt av det da nyopprettede KILDEN Informasjonssenter for kjønnsforskning og endret navn til Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning i 2005. Tidsskriftet publiserer artikler, kommentarer, debattinnlegg og bokanmeldelser, både som temanumre og i åpne numre. Artiklene er i hovedsak skrevet av norske forskere, men det presenteres også bidrag på svensk, dansk og engelsk.

Publiserer artikler på skandinaviske språk og engelsk.