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Dear Authors and Readers,

In keeping with the wishes of the incoming editorial team, and due to the high volume of submissions received, Politics & Gender will be halting submissions until July 8, 2019. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

It has been my honor to serve as editor of the journal over the past three years. My editorial team and I have been very pleased with the quality of scholarship submitted to Politics & Gender. I would like to thank Sun Young Kwak and Steven Gonzales for their invaluable hard work and dedication to the journal.

With best wishes,
Mary Caputi, Editor

  • ISSN: 1743-923X (Print), 1743-9248 (Online)
  • Editor: Mary Caputi California State University, Long Beach, USA
  • Editorial board
Politics & Gender is an agenda-setting journal that publishes the highest quality scholarship on gender and politics and on women and politics. It aims to represent the full range of questions, issues, and approaches on gender and women across the major subfields of political science, including comparative politics, international relations, political theory, and U.S. politics. The Editor welcomes studies that address fundamental questions in politics and political science from the perspective of gender difference, as well as those that interrogate and challenge standard analytical categories and conventional methodologies.Members of the Women and Politics Research Section of the American Political Science Association receive the journal as a benefit of membership.

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