I am glad do inform you that the International Journal of Tantric Studies (IJTS - est. 1995) and the Journal of South Asia Women Studies (JSAWS - est.1995) are now available in print and in Kindle.
Issues will be published later than the online format published in this site.
IJTS and JSAWS readers will be glad to know that — with the exceptions of the iPhone format — the Kindle versions show the correct diacritical marks.
Issue 1/1 is already available in print: http://amzn.to/1ttZA5G
and Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00N33OYTO
Submissions are welcome: email@example.com
I am happy to announce that the Journal of South Asia Women Studies vol. 14/1 is out.
In this issue: Editorial Note: “Inclusive Rights: On Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code on Sexual Activities”, by Enrica Garzilli; “Deconstructing Social Media in India”, by Alessandro Cisilin; "European Union and Empowerment of Women in Afghanistan: Issues and Challenges”, by Sheetal Sharma.
I am happy to announce that the Journal of South Asia Women Studies (JSAWS) vol. 13, n. 1 is out!
In this issue we publish the Editorial Note and two papers: “The Politics of Neo-liberalism, Sexuality and Islam“ by Shaireen Rasheed, Associate professor of Philosophy at the School of Education at Long Island University (USA); and “Indian Women in Community Radio: The Case Studies of Radio Namaskar in Orissa and Radio Dhadkan in Madhya Pradesh” by Daniela Bandelli, PhD student at the School of Journalism and Communication, University of Queensland (Australia), based on her thesis of Master of Communication for Social Change at the same university.
I am very happy to celebrate the 15th year of IJTS and JSAWS publications with the new issue of the Journal of South Asia Women Studies, vol. 12, no. 1. In this issue:
- Note from the Editor: "Pakistan, Burma, India, and Human Rights"
- Paper: "Afghanistan, Issues at stake and Viable Solutions: An Interview with H.R.H. Princess India of Afghanistan", by Enrica Garzilli
- Paper: "An Islamic Feminist: Asiya Andrabi and the Dukhtaran-e-Millat of Kashmir", by Francesca Marino
- Paper: "Victims or Agents? An Issue of Identity Amongst Indian Migrant Women in Australia",