The Journal of Project Monma Research CentreInternational Journal for Intersectional Feminist Studies
The International Journal for Intersectional Feminist Studies is a peer-reviewed journal. The editorial collective invites submissions on feminist issues. We encourage young scholars, postgraduate and undergraduate students to contribute. However, you do not necessarily need to be a young researcher or student in order to make a submission. Submission guidelines can be found here.
Editorial Board Members:
DR AMBIKA KOHLI is a PhD in Sociology at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Ambika has a great passion for women’s rights and has been working in this field for almost eleven years. She is the founder of International Journal for Intersectional Feminist Studies and has published articles on women’s rights in several journals and with reputed publishers. Her research interests include violence in society, reproductive agency, gender and class, modernity, and women’s empowerment. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
DR JOHANNA HIGGS was born in Mt Isa in the desert of Australia but grew up in Perth, Western Australia. Johanna has an undergraduate degree in Anthropology and Politics and wrote her honor’s thesis about the child soldiers of the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda. She has a Masters degree in International Development and a PhD in Anthropology about the child combatants of the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) in Colombia. She has travelled through many parts of the world including the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, North America, Asia, the Pacific Islands and Europe. She has a passion for women’s rights and founded the organization Project Monma which advocates for women’s rights around the world.
DR RAKHI VYAS is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Jai Narain Vyas University in Jodhpur city, Rajasthan, India. She is a PhD in American Drama, and has done diplomas and certificate courses in Gender Studies and Women, Law and Social Justice. She has been teaching English literature and linguistics to graduate and post-graduate students for the past 14 years now. An avid researcher, she has presented papers in scores of national and international conferences and seminars and has papers published in more than a dozen journals of repute. She has been invited as resource person in various conferences and have organized workshops on English Communication and Pedagogy for college students and teachers. Her areas of interest and research include American Literature, Comparative Literature, Indian English Literature, Critical theory, Feminist/Gender Studies, African Literature, Theatre Studies. Currently, an editor of two international and one national journal. She is supervising five scholars for their doctoral research.
Vol. 1. September 2015
Lifestyle of Working Women in Modern Organizations: Implications on Health. By Aisha Bhatti & Dr. Rabia Ali.
Leaders in the desert: The Sahrawi women of Western Sahara. By Johanna Higgs & Dr. Christine Ryan.
Dealing with allegations of violence against women in a multicultural environment: Consideration of approach(es) and procedure(s) with regards to abuse allegations of women of an Asian, African and Middle Eastern origin in New Zealand. By Sandra Iskander.
Vol. 2 Iss. 1. September 2016
Portrayal of Sexuality in the Age of Solemnity. By Salma Javed.
Social Commentary: Rehabilitation of Mentally ill Women in India. By Suman Ramavat.
Vol. 3 Iss. 1. April 2017
Reproductive health status of scheduled and non-scheduled castes women of Ludhiana district in Punjab. By Nishu Sharma & Dr. Shalini Sharma.
Literature review: Humour: As a tool for gender construction and deconstruction. By Sabah-Al-Mushtaq.
Voices of dissent in the poetry of Imtiaz Dharker. By Soma Das.
The Marxist analysis of Manjula Padmanabhan’s “Lights Out”. By G Vasishta Bhargavi.
Vol. 3 Iss. 2. October 2017
Semiotic Study of Sindoor. By Sharonee Dasgupta.
How does media exposure influence young girls’ sexuality? By Monika Sargayoos.
Vol. 4 Iss. 1&2. September 2018
Co-dependency: A Disease of Inequality? By Sabah-Al-Mushtaq.
Gayle Kimball. Brave: Young Women’s Global Revolution (in two volumes, Vol. 1: Global Themes & Vol. 2: Regional Activism). [Equality Press], 2017. With introduction, b/w photographs and notes. x, 373 pp & xiv, 643 pp. By Morgan Brynnan.
Sexual harassment in India. By Johanna Higgs & Brittany Jeffries.
Vol. 5 Iss. 1&2. November 2019
Beyond the Veil: Media prejudice towards the use of the hijab in Europe. By Pamela Nuñez Basante.
The Lack of Available Economic Data When Researching Matrilineal Societies. By Katharine I. Ransom.
Domestic Violence Victimisation in Nigeria: The Often Ignored Perspective. By Aloy Ojilere, Jorge Nkwoh & Nnamdi Obiaraeri.
A note: Gender and Education book. By Ambika Kohli.
Vol. 6 Iss. 1&2. November 2020
Sexuality, Health and Hygiene in Colonial India (1860-1930). By Mridul Megha.