The Journal of Project Monma Research CentreInternational Journal for Intersectional Feminist Studies
International 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.
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.