(Listed alphabetically by title)
“Ada is an open-access, multi-modal, peer-reviewed feminist journal concerned with the intersections of gender, new media, and technology. It is a publication born out of the Fembot Collective, an international feminist collective of media scholars, artists, and professionals.” – http://adanewmedia.org/faq/
View issues of Ada: http://adanewmedia.org/issues/
“Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice/Études critiques sur le genre, la culture, et la justice sociale, formerly Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal / Revue d’etudes sur les femmes is a scholarly research journal devoted to critical work in a variety of formats that reflects current scholarship and approaches to the discipline of Women’s and Gender Studies. It incorporates a diversity of feminist, anti-racist and critical identity, intersectional, transnational, and cultural studies approaches to a wide range of contemporary issues, topics, and knowledges. Atlantis is dedicated to the ongoing growth of knowledge in the field of Women’s and Gender Studies, as well as to critical reflections on the field itself.” – http://journals.msvu.ca/index.php/atlantis/
View issues of Atlantis: http://journals.msvu.ca/index.php/atlantis/issue/archive
“The Canadian Online Journal of Queer Studies in Education was created to provide a forum for scholars, professionals, and activists to discuss queer topics in education and the social sciences in the Canadian context. For the purposes of this journal, the term education is understood broadly, to include all levels of education in every discipline. This journal is devoted to supporting and disseminating research and theory that promotes social justice for all queer people, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, intersex, two-spirited and trans-identified people. This forum encourages critical examination of queer discourse across disciplines and dialogue on multiple and intersecting forms of oppression based on gender, race, class, ability, religion, etc. This is a refereed journal that is affiliated with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.” – http://jqstudies.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/jqstudies/about/editorialPolicies#focusAndScope
View issues of Canadian Online Journal of Queer Studies in Education: http://jqstudies.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/jqstudies/issue/archive
ISSN 2046-9551 | http://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/feministsatlaw/index
“feminists@law aims to publish critical, interdisciplinary, theoretically engaged scholarship that extends feminist debates and analyses relating to law and justice (broadly conceived). It has a particular interest in critical and theoretical approaches and perspectives that draw upon postcolonial, transnational and poststructuralist work. The journal publishes material in a range of print and multimedia formats and in English and other languages. The journal is committed to an international perspective, to the promotion of feminist work in all areas of law and justice, and to making that work widely available through open access publishing.”
View issues of feminists@law: http://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/feministsatlaw/issue/archive
“Feral Feminisms takes the feral as a provocative call to untaming, queering, and radicalizing feminist thought and practice today. Feral Feminisms is an independent, inter-media, peer reviewed, open access online journal. It is a space for students and scholars, artists and activists, to engage with the many sites and problematics of feminist studies – as understood broadly and across disciplines, genres, methods, politics, times, and contexts. Each issue of Feral Feminisms builds around a particular thematic, compiling diverse creative, queer, and always feral responses to the calls for papers.”
View issues of Feral Feminisms: http://feralfeminisms.com/#
“gender forum is an online, peer reviewed academic journal dedicated to the discussion of gender issues. As an electronic journal, gender forum offers a free-of-charge platform for the discussion of gender-related topics in the fields of literary and cultural production, media and the arts as well as politics, the natural sciences, medicine, the law, religion and philosophy.” – http://www.genderforum.org/home/
View issues of Gender Forum: http://www.genderforum.org/issues/
“[Genders publishes] essays that consider genders and sexualities in relation to artistic, semiotic, political, literary, social, ethnic, racial, economic, rhetorical or legal concerns.”
View issues of Genders: http://www.genders.org
“Intersections [ ] emphasise[s] the paramount importance of research into the multiple historical and cultural, gender and sexuality patterns in Asian and the Pacific—patterns that are crucial for the understanding of contemporary globalised societies, where identities and social relations are constantly being negotiated against the background of dominant narratives.
At the same time, Intersections [ ] explore[s] innovative ways of ‘doing’ and publishing research using information technologies. Information Technology, however, is not seen as an end in itself, but as a place where oral, written and visual sources can tangibly cross paths allowing for new connections to be made. Visual materials such as photos, maps, artistic reproductions as well as video clips and sound tracks will be included where indispensable to the argument being developed.”
View issues of Intersections: http://intersections.anu.edu.au/back_issues.html
“LIES is a journal edited by a feminist collective based in Oakland, Baltimore, New York, London, and New Orleans. LIES is a platform for certain conversations and critiques that are difficult, impossible or dangerous if cis men are in the room. We attack the legacy of racism and transphobia that has plagued feminist organizing and strive to develop new autonomous feminist practices that take antagonism to white supremacy and transphobia as essential parts of feminist struggle. LIES came out of our experiences within struggles; it seeks to embody and develop in print the practice of autonomy that we needed to save ourselves in the midst of movements squared on patriarchy and fueled by the subordination of everyone but white cis men. LIES is a communist journal against communists. We draw our purpose and support from feminist, queer, and trans circles, our friends and comrades to whom this journal is devoted [...] All proceeds from the journal go into making the next issue of the journal, as well as sometimes being sold as a benefit to people working on important struggles.” – http://liesjournal.net/about/
View issues of Lies: http://liesjournal.net/download/
“Outskirts: feminisms along the edge is a feminist cultural studies journal published in May and November. New and challenging critical material, from a range of disciplinary perspectives and addressing a range of feminist topics, are brought together to discuss and contest contemporary and historical issues involving women and feminisms.”
View issues of Outskirts: http://www.outskirts.arts.uwa.edu.au/volumes
“Polari is an international journal of creative writing. Polari Journal is independent, non-institutionally aligned and non-corporate. Polari Journal takes its name from a language or dialect once spoken by gay men, lesbians and prostitutes in Britain. Polari, also known as Parlare (Italian for ‘to speak’) can be traced back to the 16th Century. This language or dialect can be imagined as the mother tongue of all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer persons. Polari Journal then, is a journal that ‘dares to speak’ and that gives LGBTIQ writers voice.
Polari Journal also dares to announce the emergence of what might be described as Queer Writing – a unique discipline that occupies the intersections between:
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Literature Studies;
- Creative Writing research, teaching and practice;
- Queer Theories.
Polari Journal publishes two issues per year – one on April 1st and one on October 1st. Each issue consists of a mix of commissioned and other works that reflect the very best in LGBTIQ writing worldwide. Each Issue will also showcase the work of an LGBTIQ photographer or artist in the MUSEUM section.” – http://www.polarijournal.com/about-us.php
View issues of Polari Journal: http://www.polarijournal.com/archive.php
“S&F Online, a triannual, multimedia, peer-reviewed, online-only journal of feminist theories and women’s movements, provides public access to the Barnard Center for Research on Women’s most innovative programming by providing written transcripts, audio and visual recordings, and links to relevant intellectual and social action networks. The journal builds on these programs by publishing related scholarship and other applicable resources. A forum for scholars, activists, and artists whose work articulates the ever-evolving role of feminism in struggles for social justice, S&F Online brings you the latest in cutting-edge theory and practice.” – http://sfonline.barnard.edu/about/#sthash.OuHDqXDB.dpuf
View issues of Scholar & Feminist Online: http://sfonline.barnard.edu/archives/
“SEXTURES is an international peer reviewed academic journal that aims to become a transdisciplinary space for new thinking about sexualities opened up by the global development of queer, gay and lesbian, postcolonial, and feminist political, cultural and social thought.
SEXTURES is an inclusive, rhizomatic, organic and perennially unfinished network of the intellectual, social and sexual precariat of these regions coming together in a transdisciplinary examination of the junctures where theory encounters diverse sexual practices, social and cultural sites, identities, laws, policies, knowledges, economic realities, technologies, disciplines and everyday life. SEXTURES aims to promote cutting edge research on sexualities, and provide a virtual gathering place for ideas, concepts, research projects and people vitally interested in the construction, experience and regulation of sex and sexual identities in the Balkans, Central and Eastern Europe. In both roles, we envisage SEXTURES as a giant, never-finished, and ongoing virtual conference on sexualities, presenting works in many thematic strands.”
View issues of Sextures: http://www.sextures.net/issues
“Sprinkle was originally conceived in 2007 as a collection of student works from the McGill Sexual Diversity Studies department. We hope to widen this scope a bit, but continue to produce a queer-positive, critical journal that seeks to challenge the normative experiences that are often privileged within our society. In this vein, we hope to draw attention to queer history and experience as well as other issues of gender and sexuality, subjects not often addressed within classroom curricula. This journal hopes to draw from and appeal to a wide audience, and people of numerous identities and backgrounds. Sprinkle aims to lend legitimacy to the thoughts and experiences of young people, and produce an engaging publication.” – http://www.freireproject.org/sprinkle/
View issues of Sprinkle: http://www.freireproject.org/sprinkle/
Writing from Below
ISSN: 2202-2546 | http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/ojs/index.php/wfb/index
“Writing from Below provides a forum for new research on gender, sexuality and diversity and the array of intersecting issues that shape their social expression.
We invite submissions from as broad a range of disciplines as possible, as well as work that cannot be easily placed. We welcome both academic and creative explorations (theory is art and art, theory, after all), and all submissions will be peer reviewed.
The journal will provide a particular venue for the work of postgraduate students and early career researchers. We hope to host not only individual articles, but also to publish collaborative works, and stage panel discussions as a way of promoting interdisciplinary debate.” – http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/ojs/index.php/wfb/about/editorialPolicies#peerReviewProcess
View issues of Writing from Below: http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/ojs/index.php/wfb/issue/archive