Mar 24 2015
What did you do for International Women’s Day?
International Women’s Day (IWD) may have passed, please click here to access collection of free online articles, exploring the roles women play in a variety of industries.
Social Justice and Gender – Free Article Collection
Discover research in fields such as Social Justice, Equity, Equality, Opportunity and Climate Injustice.
Please click here to read the collection.
Special Issue – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research (NORA)
A special issue of NORA titled Gender equality, nationalism and welfare: Intersectional contestations and the politics of belonging is free to access until May 31. The articles address the transformations of welfare states towards multi-ethnic nation states, and focus on contested issues about gender equality and identities.
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Free Access to Latest Issue – International Journal for Masculinity Studies (NORMA)
NORMA is an international journal for high quality research concerning masculinity in its many forms. The latest issue of NORMA, Vol. 10, Issue. 1, 2015 contains research discussing Difference, complexity and (onto) epistemological challenges in masculinity studies. It is currently free to view until June 30, 2015.
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Free Access to Intersectionality – Special Virtual Issue from Gender & Development
Focusing on Intersecting Inequalities, this special virtual issue contains articles drawn from various issues of Gender & Development that have addressed questions in relation to diversity and working with women from marginalized groups. Read here for free until end of June 2015.
HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b1930161
Journeying into Gendered Territory: Women & Travel
This collection brings together articles which look at female travel and travellers from a number of angles including solo travel, adventure tourism, culture and identity and travel writing. Articles are free to access until May 31, 2015.
Begin reading here today.
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