CALL FOR PAPERS
DEP (Deportate, esuli, profughe / Deportees, Exiles, Refugees) is an
online open-access peer-reviewed journal of studies on women’s memory
based at the University of Venice. Founded in 2004, the journal’s main
focus is analysis of and reflection on the topic of displacement from
the view point of women. As well as articles, the journal includes
documents, unpublished writings and oral histories.
DEP publishes two issues a year and alternates a monograph issue with a
miscellaneous issue. The journal also periodically publishes Special
Issues and promotes an annual Workshop or Conference.
The Editorial Board is currently calling for papers to be considered for
publication in upcoming issues of DEP.
Recent topics that have been dealt with in DEP include, but are not
limited to the general topic of displacement, such as exile, migration
due to war and enforced “development” immigration, mass rape as a tool
of expulsion, genocide, and exile. Themes such as the denial of rights,
resistance and disobedience of authority, feminist reflections on war
and militarism, women’s aid to other women have also been the focus of
study. All articles submitted to the journal are subject to peer review.
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Interested authors should review the DEP Guidelines for Authors prior to
submitting a manuscript
* DEP WEBSITE: http://www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=18891
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