Publication Opportunity

Publication Opportunities of the LGBTCONF

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • Several Publication windows are introduced in this Call including Conference Proceedings, indexed journals, and Books. Make sure to Select ONLY ONEof the Publication opportunities. Simultaneous submissions can potentially lead to copyright violations or disputes if the work is published in different publications. 
  • Check the scope of each publication opportunity and select the ONE that best matches the theme of your paper.
  • Strictly follow the submission guide for each publication opportunity.

Deadline: 09 January 2023

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Conference Proceedings

Conference Proceedings will be published with ISBN Number. All full papers submitted for conference proceedings will be accepted through a double-blind review process and will be published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number.

To submit your paper for proceedings publication, prepare your paper according to the template and submit your final full paper.

Full Paper Template

  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 32 MB.
    Allowed file extensions: doc, docx

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publication

Important NOTES before Journal Submission:

  1. Carefully read the Scope of the selected journal before submission, otherwise your paper will be rejected without a review process.
  2. The decision of whether or not the submission can be included in the journal publication remains at the full discretion of the journal editors and is subject to the results of the double-blind peer review and the satisfactory completion of any revisions required.
  3. If you select a journal with a Direct Submission Link, include a note to the Editorial Board with information about the conference and the Organizer.

 

Gender & Society, the official journal of Sociologists for Women in Society, is a top-ranked journal in sociology and women’s studies and publishes less than 10% of all papers submitted to it. Articles analyze gender and gendered processes in interactions, organizations, societies, and global and transnational spaces.

  • Publication Fee: No APC

Papers should be approximately 9,000 words, including an abstract (150-200 words), notes, and references. All tables, figures, and appendices must be submitted separately from the paper, and should be submitted together in one supplemental file. Authors should consult the Chicago Manual of Style, Style B, for citations and references, or refer to the Gender & Society style manual, available below. Authors should not number the pages; the online system will number the pages.

Author Guideline

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gendsoc. Submitting authors are required to set up an online account on the SageTrack system powered by ScholarOne. Manuscripts that are accepted for review will be sent out anonymously for editorial evaluation.

Gender & Society, the official journal of Sociologists for Women in Society, is a top-ranked journal in sociology and women’s studies and publishes less than 10% of all papers submitted to it. Articles analyze gender and gendered processes in interactions, organizations, societies, and global and transnational spaces.

  • Publication Fee: No APC

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page:List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywordsor brief phrases.

Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.

  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses the “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)

Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.

Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.

Register in the following link and submit your paper on the Journal online Submission platform:

https://diamondopen.com/journals/index.php/sgsj/user/register

The Journal of Language and Sexuality aims to present research on the discursive formations of sexuality, including sexual desire, sexual identities, sexual politics and sexuality in diaspora. Of interest is linguistic work in the widest possible sense, including work in sociolinguistics, anthropological linguistics, pragmatics, semantics, discourse analysis, applied linguistics, and other modes of language-centered inquiry that will contribute to the investigation of discourses of sexuality and their linguistic and social consequences. On a theoretical level, the journal is indebted to Queer Linguistics as its major influence.

*All papers MUST be withing major focus of the journal which is on language in relation to gender and sexuality. *

 

  • All articles published in JLS are peer reviewed. For initial submission, authors should deliver their MANUSCRIPT in electronic form (MS Word, accompanied by an identical PDF file), double spaced with 3 cm/1 inch margins, with font Times New Roman, 12 pt, throughout. Do not use headers. The first page should contain the title of the article, an abstract (100–150 words), and a list of five to eight keywords (do not capitalise keywords and separate them by commas). Preferred article length is 8,000 to 9,000 words. Please use the JLS manuscript guidelines below already for the FIRST VERSION of your submission. For any formal aspects that are not treated in these guidelines, please consult recent issues of JLS as a point of reference.
  • Contributions must be in ENGLISH. If not written by a native speaker, it is advisable to have the paper proofread by a native speaker before handing it in. Spelling should be American English or British English, and consistent throughout the paper.
  • Authors are kindly asked to use NON-DISCRIMINATORY LANGUAGE in their articles. More specifically, they should make an effort to use gender-fair, non-heteronormative and non-stigmatising wording wherever possible. For example, avoid the term homosexualwhen referring to people and nominal uses of sexual descriptive adjectives (a bisexual, gays etc). Trans-identified individuals should be referred to with the pronouns that they prefer.
  • Authors are responsible for observing COPYRIGHT laws when quoting or reproducing material. The copyright of articles published in JLS is held by the publisher. Permission for the author to use the article elsewhere will be granted by the publisher provided full acknowledgement is given to the source.
  • Papers should be reasonably divided into SECTIONS and, if appropriate, subsections. Paragraphs are marked by indenting the first line. Only the first paragraph after each heading stays unindented. The headings of sections should be numbered in Arabic numerals (1.; 1.1; 1.1.1). First-level headings are in bold, third-level headings in italics. Only the first word and potentially occurring proper names are capitalised in headings:
  • Forms that are analysed or discussed in the text need to be italicized (e.g. the word gay; the phrase that’s so gay). Do not use quotation marks for this purpose. Non-English language material must be accompanied by an English translation in quotation marks (e.g. schwul“gay”). LINGUISTIC DATA EXCERPTS need to be consecutively numbered, noted in italics and accompanied by an English translation (where necessary).

Passages that are left out in data excerpts should be marked as […].

  • Short QUOTATIONS in the main text must be written in quotation marks. Quotations that are longer than three lines should be indented and set off from the main text (without quotation marks). Passages that are left out in quotations should be marked as […]. For all quotations, the source must be specified, including page numbers.
  • FIGURES should be submitted as reproducible originals, numbered consecutively, and provided with appropriate captions. All figures must be referred to in the main text and their envisaged place should be indicated in the manuscript.
  • TABLES should be numbered consecutively and must be referred to in the main text.
  • Notes should appear as FOOTNOTES (not endnotes). They should be concise, kept to a minimum, and numbered consecutively throughout the paper. Authors who make excessive use of footnotes will be asked to drastically reduce their number. In the main text, footnote numbers are placed after the punctuation mark in a sentence.
  • REFERENCES IN THE TEXT should look as follows:

Single author: Paradis (2004) notes … , Paradis (2004: 112) notes …

Two authors: Baugh and Cable (1999) note …

Three or more authors: Hay, Wright and Bent (2005: 112) note…

Works that have been written or edited by more than three authors should first be quoted by listing all authors’ names. For all additional quotations of these works, an abbreviated form should be used: Campbell-Kibler et al. (2002) note…

References in brackets should have the following form (the order of names is determined alphabetically, not chronologically):

(Paradis 2004, Smith & Timm 2001, Turner, Warner & Young 1997)

With page numbers: (Paradis 2004: 105–110; Smith & Timm 2001: 49; Turner, Warner & Young 1997: 111f.)

Note that for a range of continuous pages or years a long dash (–) needs to be used between figures (e.g. 105–110; 1999–2003). This is relevant both for in-text references and the references section.

  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS and TRANSCRIPTION CONVENTIONS (if needed) should be placed before the references section.
  • REFERENCES SECTION: All publications mentioned in the main text must be included in the references section and vice versa. References are listed in alphabetical order. In general, titles of books and journals are capitalised, while titles of articles are not. At least one of the authors’ and editors’ forenames must be given in full (except for scholars that invariably use initials in their publications).

JLS Author Guidelines

Submission

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to  https://www.editorialmanager.com/jols/

 

Journal of Advanced Research in Women’s Studies is a global forum for interdisciplinary research contributions in the area of feminism and women’s studies. JARWS welcomes submission of high-quality articles in all areas of women, culture and society, women and health, feminist methodologies, gender and public policy, transnational feminisms, women and migration, women’s leadership and social change, race and women.

ISSN: 2783-7122 (Electronic Version)

Journal Link: https://diamondopen.com/journals/index.php/jarws

Publication fee: No APC

Abstracting/ Indexing: Index Copernicus, DRJI, ResearchBib, Scientific Indexing Services, Scientific Indexing Services, Scilit, CiteFactor, WCOSJ, and Google Scholar. JARWS has linked its papers to references by DOIs assigned by Crossref.

Manuscripts should be organized as follows:

  • Title page:List title, authors, and affiliations as first page of manuscript
  • Abstract: an abstract should summarize the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. An abstract is a short summary of a larger work for the purpose of condensing the argument, conclusions, and/or results into a paragraph. After the abstract, please supply up to five keywordsor brief phrases.

Manuscript should follow the style detailed in the APA publication manual.

  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions (optional)
  • Acknowledgments (if applicable)
  • References: This journal uses the “APA” Reference style. Each listed reference should be cited in the text, and each text citation should be listed in the references section.
  • Supporting information captions (if applicable)

Figure captions are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which the figure is cited.

Tables are inserted immediately after the first paragraph in which they are cited.

Register in the following link and submit your paper on the Journal online Submission platform:

https://diamondopen.com/journals/index.php/jarws/user/register

The Journal of The Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society (JEWDS) is a peer-review Journal published three times per year. Genetic, molecular, immunologic, microbiologic, biochemical and clinical trials  for skin diseases are the main scope of the journal. Review articles about the hot topics in dermatology are highly encouraged. The editorial board is interested in publishing the following diseases; psoriasis, vitiligo, acne, hidradenitis suppurativa, alopecia, mycosis fungoides and esthetic dermatology. Original articles, review articles, case reports and letters to the editor submitted for publication will be considered for publication after double blind reviewing. Authors do not have to pay for submission, processing or publication of articles.

 

  • Publication Fee: No APC

The text of original articles amounting to up to 3000 words (excluding Abstract, references and Tables) should be divided into sections with the headings Abstract, Key-words, Introduction, Patients and Methods, Results, Discussion, References, Tables and Figure legends.

To read Complete Guideline, click on the below file.

JEWDES Author Guideline

All manuscripts must be submitted on-line through the website https://review.jow.medknow.com/jewd.

First time users will have to register at this site. Registration is free but mandatory. Registered authors can keep track of their articles after logging into the site using their user name and password.

The Indian Journal of Gender Studies is a peer-reviewed journal. It aims at providing a holistic understanding of society. Its objective is to encourage and publish research, analysis and informed discussion on issues relating to gender. Often, contributions challenge existing social attitudes and academic biases that obstruct a holistic understanding of the role of the family, particularly of its women members, community and a wider polity. In recent years, the journal has focused on women in politics, violence as a phenomenon, disability, the social organization of the family, women’s livelihood matters, institutional, legal and policy questions, and motherhood and child care.

  • eISSN: 0973-0672
  • Journal Linkhttps://journals.sagepub.com/home/ijg
  • Abstracting and Indexing: SCOPUS, Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC), Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS), CABELLS Journalytics, CCC, Clarivate Analytics: Social Science Citation Index (SSCI), DeepDyve, Dutch-KB, EBSCO, EBSCO: EconLit, Indian Citation Index (ICI), J-Gate, OCLC, Ohio, Portico, Pro-Quest-RSP, ProQuest-Illustrata, ProQuest: International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS), Research Papers in Economics (RePEc), Social Services Abstracts – ProQuest, Sociological Abstracts – ProQuest, Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts, UGC-CARE (GROUP II).
  • Scopus index link:  https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/23701
  • Publication Fee: No APC
  1. The word limit is 8000 including references, abstract, titles, endnotes, tables, name/s of author/s and designation/s. 
  2. The Journal accepts original work followed by qualitative methodology and does not acknowledge papers with quantitative methodology
  3. The editors will decide the weather topic will be interesting for our readership or not
  4. Each and every paper has to go through rigorous peer review process.

Template and Guidelines

Authors could send the papers to the following email address and note that they are participants of the Gender studies Conference.

 

  ijgs@cwds.ac.in

Books Available for Chapter submission: 

Following a publication Partnership with Proud Pen – Open Access Books Publisher- chapter publication opportunities will be offered to conference participants.

The OPEN ACCESS CHAPTER Publication Fee with Proud Pen is £450, however for those who apply for chapter contribution via this publication opportunity, the chapter publication fee will be waived.

Prepare your accepted conference submission according to the Book Chapter Template and submit it via the submission form. Your chapter submission will be reviewed by book editor for compliance with the quality and scope requirements of the Open Access Book.

CALL FOR A BOOK CHAPTER

Use this exclusive opportunity to extend your research work and contribute to our upcoming Open Access book, Women and Gender Studies; Contemporary Trends and Perspectives with ISBN 978-1-914266-37-9. Prepare your proposal and submit it via the online submission form. Make sure to stipulate that you agree to publish your chapter as part of the Open Access Book. Upon successful screening by the editorial board to ensure that the proposal adheres to the quality and focus requirements, your proposal will be sent for a double-blind peer-review process. If your book proposal is accepted, you will receive an open-access publication confirmation. You will then work closely with the Book Editor to deliver the final manuscript.

Editor: Prof. Dr. Molly C O’Donnell

James Madison University, USA

The late bell hooks wrote, “to be in the margin is to be part of the whole but outside the main body.” hooks insightfully treated the liberating possibilities of marginal existence. But, of course, the costs and pitfalls of being in the margins often present themselves in everything from the latest news to the realities of the everyday. Women and Gender Studies; Contemporary Trends and Perspectives will focus on what the margins of gender look like now. What are the trends in activism and scholarship that express change either in the margins or in a response from the hegemony? Are there solutions and movements that have been particularly effective in gaining recognition of marginal existence or effecting positive, real-world change? Are there powerful coalitions that have formed to bring the margins into focus?

We welcome submissions from myriad disciplines and global perspectives, but prospective contributors might treat one or more of the following macro subjects while attending to race, class, gender identity, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, and so on:

+ Intersectionality today

+ Reproductive rights: international and local perspectives/tactics

+ Activism: latest movements and effects

+ Novel/updates to theoretical perspectives

+ Bodies and gender

+ The future of radical and liberal feminism

+ Building coalitions across interests, camps, nations

Authors should post their submissions online after registering and logging in at:

https://www.proudpen.com/book/women-and-gender-studies-contemporary-trends-and-perspectives/

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