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Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society

Vol. 10 (2003) through current issue

Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State, and Society examines political systems and cultural institutions through the lens of gender. It addresses changes in family, state, market, and civil society, employing several disciplines and drawing from a variety of cultures to illuminate these areas of research.

Published by: Oxford University Press

Volume 22, 2015

Volume 21, 2014

Volume 20, 2013

Volume 19, 2012

Volume 18, 2011

Volume 17, 2010

Volume 16, 2009

Volume 15, 2008

Volume 14, 2007

Volume 13, 2006

Volume 12, 2005

Volume 11, 2004

Volume 10, 2003


E-ISSN: 1468-2893
Print ISSN: 1072-4745

Editorial Board

Volume 22, Number 2, Summer 2015



Editors

Kate Bedford
Kent Law School
University of Kent, UK

k.bedford@kent.ac.uk

Mary Daly
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
University of Oxford, UK

mary.daly@spi.ox.ac.uk

Margarita Estevez-Abe
Department of Political Science
Maxwell School of Syracuse University, USA

mestev02@maxwell.syr.edu

Barbara Hobson
Department of Sociology
Stockholm University, Sweden

Barbara.Hobson@sociology.su.se

Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrčela
Department of Sociology
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

aleksandra.kanjuo-mrcela@fdv.uni-lj.si

Rianne Mahon
Balsillie School of International Affairs
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

rmahon@wlu.ca

Ann Shola Orloff
Department of Sociology
Northwestern University, USA

a-orloff@northwestern.edu

Associate Editors

Elizabeth Bernstein
Department of Sociology
Barnard College, USA

ebernste@barnard.edu

Ito Peng
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Toronto, Canada

itopeng@chass.utoronto.ca

Managing Editor

Kyle Schafer

Founding Editors

Barbara Hobson

Ann Shola Orloff

Sonya Michel

Advisory Board

Eileen Boris
University of California, USA

Deborah Brennan
University of New South Wales, Australia

Michelle Budig
University of Massachusetts, USA

Doris Buss
Carleton University, Canada

Claire Laurier Decoteau
University of Illinois, USA

Professor Anne Lise Ellingsæter
University of Oslo, Norway

Juliana Martínez Franzoni
University of Costa Rica, South America

Susan Gal
University of Chicago, USA

Lynne Haney
New York University, USA

Evelyne Huber
University of North Carolina, USA

Jane Jenson
Université de Montréal, Canada

Trudie Knijn
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Don Kulick
University of Chicago, USA

Wendy Larner
University of Bristol, UK

Gail Lewis
Open University, UK

Jane Lewis
London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Åsa Lundquist,
Lund University, Sweden

Leslie McCall
Northwestern University, USA

Myra Marx Ferree
University of Wisconsin, USA

Sonya Michel
University of Maryland, USA

Jennifer Mittelstadt
Rutgers University, USA

David Morgan
University of Manchester, UK
Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Norway

Kimberly Morgan
George Washington University, USA

Emiko Ochai
Kyoto University, Japan

Bruno Palier
Centre d’études de la vie politique française, France

Michael Shalev
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Sheila Shaver
University of Western Sydney, Australia

Birte Siim
Aalborg University, Denmark

Julia Szalai
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Fiona Williams
University of Leeds, UK

Volume 22, Number 1, Spring 2015



Editors

Kate Bedford
Kent Law School
University of Kent, UK

k.bedford@kent.ac.uk

Mary Daly
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
University of Oxford, UK

mary.daly@spi.ox.ac.uk

Margarita Estevez-Abe
Department of Political Science
Maxwell School of Syracuse University, USA

mestev02@maxwell.syr.edu

Barbara Hobson
Department of Sociology
Stockholm University, Sweden

Barbara.Hobson@sociology.su.se

Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrcˇela
Department of Sociology
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

aleksandra.kanjuo-mrcela@fdv.uni-lj.si

Rianne Mahon
Balsillie School of International Affairs
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

rmahon@wlu.ca

Ann Shola Orloff
Department of Sociology
Northwestern University, USA

a-orloff@northwestern.edu

Associate Editors

Elizabeth Bernstein
Department of Sociology
Barnard College, USA

ebernste@barnard.edu

Ito Peng
Faculty of Arts and Science
University of Toronto, Canada

itopeng@chass.utoronto.ca

Managing Editor

Kyle Schafer

Founding Editors

Barbara Hobson

Ann Shola Orloff

Sonya Michel

Advisory Board

Eileen Boris
University of California, USA

Deborah Brennan
University of New South Wales, Australia

Michelle Budig
University of Massachusetts, USA

Doris Buss
Carleton University, Canada

Claire Laurier Decoteau
University of Illinois, USA

Professor Anne Lise Ellingsæter
University of Oslo, Norway

Juliana Martínez Franzoni
University of Costa Rica, South America

Susan Gal
University of Chicago, USA

Lynne Haney
New York University, USA

Evelyne Huber
University of North Carolina, USA

Jane Jenson
Université de Montréal, Canada

Trudie Knijn
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Don Kulick
University of Chicago, USA

Wendy Larner
University of Bristol, UK

Gail Lewis
Open University, UK

Jane Lewis
London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Åsa Lundquist,
Lund University, Sweden

Leslie McCall
Northwestern University, USA

Myra Marx Ferree
University of Wisconsin, USA

Sonya Michel
University of Maryland, USA

Jennifer Mittelstadt
Rutgers University, USA

David Morgan
University of Manchester, UK
Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Norway

Kimberly Morgan
George Washington University, USA

Emiko Ochai
Kyoto University, Japan

Bruno Palier
Centre d’études de la vie politique française, France

Michael Shalev
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Sheila Shaver
University of Western Sydney, Australia

Birte Siim
Aalborg University, Denmark

Julia Szalai
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Fiona Williams
University of Leeds, UK

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