INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR INTERSECTIONAL FEMINIST STUDIES
CALL FOR PAPERS
The International Journal for Intersectional Feminist Studies (IJFIFS) is a half-yearly peer-reviewed academic journal produced by the Project Monma research centre. It aims to publish research, reports, and literature reviews relating to intersectional feminist theory and/or relevant to issues of gender broadly (the way that gender is represented, codified, consumed, or challenged within certain contexts, for example). IJFIFS is designed to be an interdisciplinary journal, and it encourages young scholars and students within all relevant disciplines to submit their work for publication.
Accordingly we invite contributions. The call for our issue is general, so as long as articles deal with issues of gender and/or relate to intersectional feminist theory we are happy to consider them for publication. Contributions will be blind peer-reviewed, and submitted work should be original and not published or under consideration for publication elsewhere. All communication, including manuscripts and general enquiries, should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Submission Guidelines for Authors
Full Papers: 6000 – 8000 words.
Research Reports: 2500 – 3000 words.
Literature Reviews: 1000 – 2000 words.
Please ensure that your manuscript conforms to the following guidelines before submission:
1. Use Times New Roman font, 12 point font size, and 1.5 line spacing.
2. Use 14 point font size for headings
3. Submit your manuscript in MS word format.
4. Use endnotes and not footnotes.
5. First page should include the name of the author or authors, author designations, affiliated institutes or research centres, and contact details (email address, phone number, and physical address if relevant).
6. Second page should provide an abstract of no more than 250 words with listed keywords underneath (keywords are not included in the abstract word count).
7. Use page numbers, but do not include a header or footer with any identifying information.
8. A biography for all authors should be submitted separately.
9. Use in-text citation (not footnotes) and follow APA referencing.
10. Provide a properly formatted reference list at the end of your manuscript.
11. Use British and not American spelling (ise not ize).
12. Do not use sexist language (humankind not mankind).
13. Spell out numbers from zero to ten in full as well as any number that begins a sentence, thereafter use numerals.
14. Quotes of more than three lines should be single spaced and indented.
15. Use the ellipsis (. . .) to show that something has been omitted from a quote. Ellipses must be used in incomplete quotes, but not to introduce quotes.
16. Use square brackets to enclose an interpolation in a quote e.g. [sic].
17. Use single quotation marks to emphasise or distinguish a term or idea from the main body of text. Quotes should use double quotation marks, but a quote within a quote should use single quotation marks.
18. Arrange your manuscript in the following way:
b. Author Name(s), Designations, Affiliations, and Contact Details
c. Abstract (250 words) and Keywords
e. Body of Text
h. Reference List
19. Please email your manuscript to: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.