|The Atlantic Review of Feminist Studies (Quarterly) ISSN 2320-5105|
The Atlantic Review of Feminist Studies is a quarterly peer-reviewed refereed journal that aims to disseminate the recent developments in feminist studies from a wide range of national, cultural and social contexts. The journal seeks to actively reflect and engage the diversity within feminism itself, the diverse experiences and situations of women and the varied forms that gender takes across the globe.
In our attempt to seek out new ways to remain a vital forum for scholars as well as activists involved in all aspects of feminist practice, our goal is to provide an intelligent forum for feminist discourse, to give voice to a variety of opinions on issues of gender and women power. We believe that words can change the world!
It would be our earnest effort to publish work that explores the multiple theoretical paradigms and political agenda of contemporary and historical feminist scholarship and the potential intersections and tensions between these paradigms and agenda.
We invite ground-breaking research on a plethora of topics connected with feminism to propose an interdisciplinary view of the frontiers and to stake out new territories in the study of feminism. The Atlantic Review of Feminist Studies, which is being published by Atlantic Publishers and Distributors (P) Ltd., one of the leading publishers of India, seeks academic papers, book reviews, and other well written inquiries on the subject of feminism.
Recent Issues/Most Cited
"Tagore's Female Figures: Breaking Gender Stereotypes".
Reshu Shukla (Guest Faculty, Department of English, VSSD College, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh)
April-June 2017, Volume 5 No. 2
"Gender, Multiculturalism and Fiction"
Neeta(Associate Professor, Department of English, S.V. college, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh)
April-June 2017, Volume 5 No. 2
"Woman's Self-Belief and Self-Assertion: Viewing the Societal Shape Shifters through the Selected Works of Post-Colonial Women Writers"
Devika (Associate Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, BITS Pilani , Rajasthan)
January-March 2017, Volume 5 No. 1
"Relocating Heterosexuality: The Search for the Self in Sandeep Roy's Don't Let Him know and Patricia Highsmith's The Price of Salt".
Meghna Middha (Research Scholar, Department of English studies, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, Uttar Pradesh)
January-March 2017, Volume 5 No.1
Dr. Sunita Sinha, Professor, Department of English, LNMU,
Dr. K.R. Gupta, B-2, Vishal Enclave, Opp. Rajouri Garden Police Station, New Delhi-27, India
Advisory Editorial Board
Malcolm Voyce, Associate Professor, Macquarie University, Australia.
Bryan Reynolds, University of California, Irvine, United States.
Alessandro Monti, University of Turin, Italy.
Carole Rozzonelli, University of Lyon, France.
Amitava Roy, Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, India.
Deb Narayan Bandopadhyay, Burdwan University, Burdwan, India.
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