KADIN / WOMAN 2000
Journal for Woman Studies
Eastern Mediterranean University - Centre for Woman Studies
Welcomes papers on women issues for the forthcoming issues. KADIN / WOMAN 2000 is an international publication devoted exclusively to the Mediterranean and Turkish Women issues especially, Turkish Cypriot women. It covers a wide range of discipline such as politics, economics, anthropology, literature, history, health, law, sociology, religion and culture, and is open to all critical approaches whether sociological, art historical, economical or psychological. It is designed to supply the needs of scholars, critics and to support the works of graduate students entering this developing field of study. KADIN / WOMAN 2000 is indexed in MLA International Bibliography.
Readership: Historian, literary critics, art historians and critics, linguistist, sociologists and psychologists, economist and politicians, media and communication specialists, members of academic departments of women studies.
Notes for Authors: The authors should submit three copies of the manuscript to the editor. For more information please sent e-mail to email@example.com
Assoc. Prof.Dr. Netice Yýldýz
Faculty of Architecture
Gazimagosa – North Cyprus via Mersin 10 – Turkey
See our web page for Volume I:
Vol. II (Issue 1/2) is appearing in October.
The journal may be requested from the following address:
Centre for Woman Studies
Eastern Mediterranean University
Gazimagusa – Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Via Mersin 10 - Turkey
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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Middle & Near East Books
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Byfleet, Surrey KT14 7Ql, UK.
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