Gender Policy Journal seeks papers by April 26
Posted April 21, 2004; 02:33 p.m.
The Gender Policy Journal, a new publication from the Woodrow Wilson School's Gender and Policy Network , is seeking articles from students across the University by Monday, April 26.
The journal will publish work on U.S. and international issues of gender and policy. It will be published online at the end of the spring semester and will be available in print in the fall.
The editors seek submissions in any of the following categories: new research; practitioner profiles; perspectives from the field; literature and media reviews; and commentary on the "The Opt Out Revolution," a recent article in The New York Times Magazine that documented stories of successful Princeton women graduates who had chosen to opt out of their careers to care for their children.
The Gender and Policy Network, which includes students, faculty members and alumni, aims to promote the integration of gender into the curriculum of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and promote engagement of these issues in the University community.
To submit an article or to get more information, contact Hind Tazi .
Contact: Eric Quinones (609) 258-3601