[URBANTH-L]CFP: Women and International Development Publication Series

Angela Jancius acjancius at ysu.edu
Thu Sep 8 22:11:49 EDT 2005

From: Tara Hefferan <heffera2 at msu.edu>


Michigan State University's Women and International Development (WID)
Publication Series publishes peer-reviewed manuscripts that examine the
relationships between gender and global transformation and that illuminate
processes of change, in the broadest sense.  Through empirical studies,
theoretical analyses, and policy discussions, individual papers in the
series address a range of topics, including women's historical and
contemporary participation in economic and political spheres, globalization
and transnationalism, intra- and inter-family roles and relationships,
gender identity, women's health and healthcare, migration, and the gender
division of labor.  We particularly encourage manuscripts that bridge the
gap between research, policy, and practice.

The Working Papers on Women and International Development series features
article-length manuscripts that contribute new understandings of women's
ever-changing economic, social, and political positions.

The WID Forum series features brief research reports, project analysis, and
policy briefs that add new insights to existing scholarship in order to
influence development policy and programming.

If you are interested in submitting a manuscript to the WID Publication
Series, please send a 150 word abstract summarizing the paper's essential
points and findings to Dr. Anne Ferguson, Editor and Tara Hefferan, Managing
Editor at papers at msu.edu.

If the abstract suggests your paper is suitable for the WID Publication
Series, the full paper will be invited for peer review and publication
consideration.  Only invited papers will be considered for publication; no
unsolicited manuscripts will be considered.

Women and International Development Program
206 Center for International Programs
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI  48824-1035, USA
(517) 353-5040; fax (517) 432-4845
papers at msu.edu

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