JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies [JENDA] is an award-winning peer-reviewed journal which focuses on social, political, economic, and cultural concepts and categories that shape the lives of women in different African societies.
|The New York Public Library selects JENdA as the best African Women Studies / Feminist journal for Women's Studies and Social Sciences, 2011||Intute selects JENdA as the best Educational Web Resource, 2010||ICAAP selects JENdA for best in electronic publishing, 2002||Internet Scout Report selects JENdA as a new promising journal for research and education, 2001|
Call for Paper: Daring to Breathe: African and African Diasporan Women Confront Health and Environmental Challenges
|A call for a special-issue: Daring to Breathe: African and African Diasporan Women Confront Health and Environmental Challenges. The issue will be guest-edited by Professor Bernice J. deGannes Scott.
Deadline: September 30, 2015
Submit your paper directly to Bernice J. deGannes Scott at bscott at spelman.edu.
Call for Paper: Muslim Women in Africa: Past, Present and the Future
|A call for a special-issue: Muslim Women in Africa: Past, Present and the Future. The issue will be guest-edited by Dr. Hadeer Abou El Nagah.
Deadline: October 31, 2015
Submit your paper directly to Hadeer Abou El Nagah at hadeer.nagah at gmail.com.
Issue 26: In Movement: Women in Africa and the African Diaspora
|JENdA journal has published Issue 26. The issue is guest-edited by Henriette Gunkel, Lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, Zethu Matebeni, Senior Researcher, activist and documentary film-maker at the Institute for Humanities in Africa (HUMA), University of Cape Town, and Catherine Raissiguier, Professor and Chair of Women and Gender Studies at Hunter College/CUNY.|