Vol. 15 No. 15 (2019): Donne in rivista
Articles

«Eugesta», electronic journal of gender studies in Antiquity

Jacqueline Fabre-Serris
University of Lille
Judith P. Hallett
University of Maryland
Published June 17, 2020
Keywords
  • electronic journal,
  • gender studies,
  • Antiquity,
  • multilingualism
How to Cite
Fabre-Serris, J., & Hallett, J. P. (2020). «Eugesta», electronic journal of gender studies in Antiquity. Storia Delle Donne, 15(15), 165-170. https://doi.org/10.13128/sd-9045

Abstract

«Eugesta», is an international electronic journal on gender studies in Antiquity, directed by J. Fabre-Serris (Lille) and J. Hallett (Maryland). It was created in 2011 in connection with the research network of the same name, the “European Network on Gender Studies in Antiquity”. The journal is published in Open Access and hosted on the site of the University of Lille. Promoting multilingualism, «Eugesta», is conceived as a virtual meeting place between North American and European studies on Gender: it aims to provide them a higher level of visibility and to encourage reciprocal readings and productive interrelations among engaged researchers. The paper describes how we constitute each issue, the reviewing process and our scientific positioning. «Eugesta» has been approved for inclusion in ERIH PLUS.