Indian Journal of Gender, Religion and Culture | Nana Ronger Itihas

 


Indian Journal of Gender, Religion and Culture 


The Indian Journal of Gender, Religion, and Culture is a peer-reviewed academic journal that focuses on the intersection of gender, religion, and culture in India and South Asia. It publishes articles, research papers, and book reviews on a wide range of topics related to gender studies, religious studies, cultural studies, and other interdisciplinary fields. The journal aims to provide a platform for scholars and researchers to engage in critical and informed discussions on issues related to gender, religion, and culture in India and South Asia. It is an informative and scholarly resource for anyone interested in these topics.

In addition to its interdisciplinary focus, the Indian Journal of Gender, Religion, and Culture also prioritizes research that is grounded in the experiences and perspectives of marginalized communities. This includes research on the experiences of women, LGBTQ+ individuals, and other marginalized groups within the context of religion and culture in India and South Asia.

The journal is published by the Centre for Gender Studies, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, India and aims to promote scholarly work on gender, religion, culture, and related areas. It encourages contributions from scholars and researchers of all nationalities and disciplines, and welcomes papers from the fields of anthropology, sociology, history, political science, law, and religious studies, as well as interdisciplinary research.

It is a bi-annual journal, which means it is published twice a year ( in June and December) and it is available in both print and online versions.

Overall, The Indian Journal of Gender, Religion, and Culture is a valuable resource for scholars, researchers, and students working in the fields of gender studies, religious studies, cultural studies, and other related fields, as well as for anyone interested in the intersection of gender, religion, and culture in India and South Asia.

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