Philip Ayoub (Drexel University)
Andrea Krizsan (Central Europe University)
Emanuela Lombardo (Universitad Complutense de Madrid)
Sabine Lang (University of Washington)
Joni Lovenduski (Birkbeck College, University of London)
Amy Mazur (Washington State University)
Joyce Outshoorn (University of Leiden)
Mieke Verloo (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen).
The comparative research conducted in the field of gender and politics today is more than ever resulting in innovative theory building, applying novel research designs and engaging with mainstream political science. Gender & Politics has moved from the margins of political science to the center. Given the highly critical and activist roots of the gender and politics scholarship, it quasi naturally embraces intersectionality. The Routledge Gender and Comparative Politics Book Series aims to reflect this rich, critical and broad scholarship covering the main political science sub-disciplines with, for instance, gender focused research on political economy, civil society, citizenship, political participation and representation, governance and policy making.
To reflect the diversity in the field, the book series welcomes book proposals such as:
Women, Men, and Elections Policy Supply and Gendered Voting Behaviour in Western Democracies
Making Gender Equality Happen Knowledge, Change and Resistance in EU Gender Mainstreaming
By Rosalind Shorrocks
August 12, 2021
Women, Men, and Elections sheds new light on gendered political behaviour by analysing the relationship between policy supply and gender gaps in vote choice across elections in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and multiple Western European countries.Rosalind Shorrocks argues that ...
By Ana Miškovska Kajevska
July 16, 2019
This book describes, compares, explains, and contextualises the positionings, i.e. discourses and activities, which feminists in Belgrade, Serbia and Zagreb, Croatia produced in relation to the (post-)Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. Two types of positionings are analysed: those which the feminists have...
By Rosalind Cavaghan
July 12, 2019
In theory, the EU’s ‘Gender Mainstreaming’ policy should mark it out as a trail-blazer in gender equality, but gender equality activists in Europe confront a knotty problem; most civil servants and policy makers can’t understand how to ‘mainstream’ gender. Making Gender Equality Happen argues that...
By Andrea Krizsán, Conny Roggeband
July 10, 2019
What are the factors that shape domestic violence policy change and how are variable gendered meanings produced in these policies? How and when can feminists influence policy making? What conditions and policy mechanisms lead to progressive change and which ones block it or lead to reversal? The ...
By Ragnhild L. Muriaas, Vibeke Wang, Rainbow Murray
June 24, 2019
Illustrated by in-depth empirical research from six country studies, Gendered Electoral Financing: Money, Power and Representation in Comparative Perspective is the first cross-regional examination of the nexus between money, gender and political recruitment across the world. Money is assumingly ...
By Abby Peterson, Mattias Wahlström, Magnus Wennerhag
June 12, 2018
The Open Access version of this book, available at http://www.tandfebooks.com/doi/view/10.4324/9781315474052, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license Today, Pride parades are staged in countries and localities across the globe, ...
By Mieke Verloo
March 22, 2018
In contrast to the wealth of studies on progress towards gender equality, opposition to gender equality is rarely studied, which makes it difficult to understand the positive and negative dynamics of gender equality as a political project. The first of its kind, this timely collection examines the...