INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE

Trivent Publishing, H-1119 Budapest, Etele u. 59-61



SERIES CO-EDITORS

Bianca Fileborn (University of Melbourne), biancaf@unimelb.edu.au 

Rachel Loney-Howes (University of Wollongong), rlhowes@uow.edu.au



EDITORIAL BOARD

Stephen Burrell, Department of Sociology, Durham University

Kerry Carrington, School of Justice, QUT

Kyllie Cripps, Faculty of Law, UNSW

Xavier L. Guadalupe-Diaz, Department of Sociology, Framingham State University

Sonia Núñez Puente, University Rey Juan Carlos

Rukmini Sen, School of Liberal Studies, Ambedkar University Delhi



ABOUT THE SERIES

This series aims to publish work providing innovative and critical perspectives on gender-based violence from around the world. We welcome proposals based on empirical research, as well as conceptual and theoretical work. Gender-based violence is conceptualised broadly in this series, and proposal may address iterations of this violence ranging from rape and sexual assault, genital cutting, intimate partner, relationship and family violence, sexual harassment and other ‘everyday’ intrusions, gendered homicide, hate crime, and so forth. 


We invite proposals for monographs, handbooks, or edited collections on a broad range of topics relating to gender-based violence broadly defined. The editors are particularly interested in proposals across the following broad thematic areas:

• Sexual and intimate partner violence

• Technology-facilitated GBV

• Street harassment and intimate intrusion

• Geographies of GBV

• State-perpetrated GBV

• GBV in conflict and transitional states

• Queer & LGBTQ+ communities 

• Justice and activist responses 

• Intersectional perspectives on GBV, including but not limited to, race, class, disability, sexuality, and gender

• GBV in the Global South

• Preventing GBV


However, proposals that sit outside of these themes are also welcome and encouraged. Please contact the series editors if you have any questions. 


Download the Call for Proposals here.