EJPG a is peer-reviewed journal that publishes international, cutting-edge research in the broad field of politics and gender.
Intersectional in its approach, EJPG explores the multiple and interconnected dimensions that shape structures of power within politics. EJPG is committed to publishing agenda-setting research on politics and gender that reflects the theoretical, methodological and epistemological diversity of the discipline. EJPG provides a space for dialogue across the broad spectrum of politics and gender research.
EJPG aim to publish original research that spans the politics and gender field and is firmly embedded in global politics and gender scholarship. EJPG welcomes diversity and plurality in regional foci, analytical perspectives and methodologies.
EJPG is keen to receive work that explores, but is not limited to, the following areas (in alphabetical order): citizenship; conflict and peace; development; elections; governance; international relations; LGBTQI politics; advanced methods and techniques; multilevel politics and the European Union; political economy; political representation; political theory; public policy; representation; security; sexuality. These broad areas are often expected to ‘speak for themselves’. Within EJPG we provide space to develop new and ways to analyse politics from a gendered perspective.
EJPG publishes research articles that are academically rigorous and innovative and advance theoretical, empirical and methodological political analysis. In addition to research articles, EJPG welcomes State of the Art pieces, which provide timely analyses of developments in any subfield of politics and gender. Furthermore, EJPG provides a dedicated space to investigating specific questions in more depth and breadth by publishing an annual Special Issue selected through a competitive process.