C2C: Gender and Education Book Series

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In addition to the launch of the series Feminist Thought in Childhood Research at this year’s Gender and Education Association conference (details of which can be found in this blog post), Bloomsbury Academic is delighted to announce a further related new research series that is also open to proposals for new books.

The Bloomsbury Gender and Education series is co-edited by Marie-Pierre Moreau (Anglia Ruskin University, UK), Penny Jane Burke (The University of Newcastle, Australia) and Nancy S. Niemi (Yale University, USA).

This series publishes rigorous, critical and original research exploring the relationship between gender and education in a range of institutional, local, national and transnational contexts. Books in the series will cover a range of issues, themes and debates of key interest in contemporary societies and will be relevant to an international and diverse readership. The series will contribute work that speaks to key contemporary themes, debates and issues and to theoretical, methodological and empirical concerns in the field.

Themes explored across the series will include:

  • attention to gender in relation to schooling, tertiary education and lifelong learning
  • digital and social media
  • educational policies and practice
  • gendered and sexual violence
  • gender identities and sexual orientation.

As such it is an essential resource for academics and researchers working in fields including gender and education, sociology and gender studies, as well as all those interested in gender issues and social justice more broadly.

If you have any questions or comments about the series or would like to discuss contributing, you can contact either the series editors or publisher:

  • Marie-Pierre Moreau, marie-pierre.moreau @ anglia.ac.uk
  • Penny Jane Burke, pennyjane.burke@newcastle.edu.au
  • Nancy S. Niemi, nancy.niemi @ yale.edu
  • Publisher: Alison Baker, alison.baker @ bloomsbury.com

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