Submit Your Political Commentary or Observation to E‑Women
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Description: E‑Women is an online magazine for women from India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan, covering all topics from politics to breaking news, literary representation to technology.
We are now accepting contributions for various sections throughout our magazine. Submissions are welcome from all interested authors. We will publish commentaries of approximately 600‑800 words, detailing current issues that are of interest to women from India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. The magazine is bimonthly; your piece will appear in the first available publication. One of these submissions will be chosen for the cover story.
Send your questions and submissions to our staff at the email address below, and check us out at www.the‑indian‑subcontinent.org! E‑Women is a movement for the Empowerment, Enrichment, Enlightenment, and Entertainment of women.
The next six issues themes are:
Violence against women: In light of the recent rapes and assaults on women and girls, the world is turning its attention to how the Indian Subcontinent addresses violence against women.
Women's mindsets: The way that women from the Indian Subcontinent think and behave has changed over the past few years. Women’s place in the workforce and in the family has shifted.
Cultural artifacts: Share your views on cultural shifts or preservations that have been observed throughout the Indian Subcontinent, or in Western countries as a result of immigration.
Schooling girls: The struggle for equal access to education has come to the forefront throughout South Asian, and conversations have arisen worldwide.
Women in farming: Agriculture remains a main source of employment and income for women. Changes in farming technology and global demands have altered the way women exist in the field.
Women online: Women’s presence both online and in the technology field has expanded recently to include more recreational users and employees.
Please feel free to include articles relating to any of the above themes.
Shweta Singh, Ph.D., M.S.W.
Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Loyola University Chicago
820 North Michigan Avenue, Lewis Towers 1237,
Chicago, IL 60611
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