Current Journal

WiN: The EAAS Women’s Network Journal

ISSN: 2626-2975

Mission Statement

WiN: The EAAS Women’s Network Journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed online journal published by the European Association for American Studies’ Women's Network. WiN's mission is to facilitate the dissemination of essays, articles, book reviews, and other scholarly contributions on women’s and gender issues within the framework of American Studies. This annual e-journal seeks to enhance cooperation among European Americanists with common research interests by providing an open-access platform for collaboration, thereby increasing the visibility of women and women’s and gender issues globally.

WiN will make and explore the transnational connections of women, men, and transgendered individuals in our constantly changing world, and will also interrogate and examine new directions in women’s and gender studies such as gender and capitalism, affect theory, life course studies, and environmental/social justice discourses.

Editorial Board

Tanfer Emin Tunç (Turkey)

Annessa Ann Babic (USA)

Ingrid Gessner (Austria)

Susanne Leikam (Germany)

Editorial Advisory Board

Carmen Birkle
University of Marburg, Germany

Bilge Mutluay Çetintaş
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Katharina Fackler
University of Graz, Austria

Katharina Gerund
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

Nina Ha
Bunker Hill Community College, United States

Julia Leyda
Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Elisabetta Marino
University of Rome, Tor Vergata, Italy

Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet
University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Katarzyna Paszkiewicz
University of Barcelona

Nicole Hodges Persley
University of Kansas, United States

Judith Rauscher
University of Bamberg, Germany

Teresa Requena
University of Barcelona, Spain

Silvia Schultermandl
University of Graz, Austria

Justine Tally
Universidad de La Laguna, Spain

Maria Holmgren Troy
Karlstad University, Sweden


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