Göttingen Centre for Genderstudies (GCG)

Gender[ed] Thoughts

About the working paper series called Gender[ed] Thoughts Göttingen

Starting in 2016 the GCG will publish a new working paper series called Gender[ed] Thoughts Göttingen Goettingen as a scholarly platform for discussion and exchange on Gender Studies.

The series makes the work of affiliates of the Goettingen Center for Gender Studies (GCG) visible and allows them to publish preliminary and project-related results. All contributions to the series will be thoroughly peer-reviewed. It aims at interdisciplinary exchange among Humanities, Social Sciences as well as Life Sciences and invites researchers to publish their results on Gender Studies.

The series is open to theoretical discussions on established and new approaches in Gender Studies as well as results based on empirical data or case studies. Additionally, the series aims to reflect on Gender as an individual and social perspective in academia and day-to-day life.
All papers will be published Open Access with a Creative Commons License cc-by-sa 3.0.






News: Die erste Ausgabe der Gender[ed] Thoughts ist online!


Die dritte Ausgabe der Gender[ed] Thoughts ist online!

“Go hard or go home!”
Eine qualitative Untersuchung zur Bedeutung diverser Körper (-formen) für die Anerkennung junger Männer innerhalb der Fitnessszene

Von Peter Kiep


Besonderer Dank gilt der SUB, insbesondere Margo Bargheer, Leitung Elektronisches Publizieren, für Ihre fantastische Unterstützung und Fachwissen.


News: Neue Editors-in-Chief

Das GCG begrüßt die neuen Editors-in-Chief für die Working Paper Series Gender[ed] Thoughts Göttingen:

Dr. Susanne Hofmann und Dr. Julia Gruhlich!

Somit ist das Team der Herausgeberinnen der Gender Thoughts auf vier Wissenschaftlerinnen herangewachsen.