Feminist Review welcomes submissions to its annual Currents Issue. The FR Currents Issue profiles original, high quality, cutting edge and interdisciplinary feminist research on any theme that engages with topics in feminist, gender, sexuality and women’s studies. As well as academic articles, in our Open Space section we publish experimental pieces, visual and textual media and political interventions, including interviews, short stories, poems and photographic essays.
When Feminist Review first appeared in 1979 it described itself as a socialist and feminist journal, ‘a vehicle to unite research and theory with political practice, and contribute to the development of both’. Challenges of race, class and sexuality have been central to the development of the journal. More than thirty years later, FR remains committed to these core values.
Feminist Review is a peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal setting new agendas for feminism. All non-themed submissions are reviewed by two collective editors in the first instance and a selection of full-length articles are sent out for peer review.
While we accept submissions for Currents at any time, the annual deadline for consideration for the following year’s issue is 15 September.