Masculinities aims to provide researchers with a platform to present cutting-edge and inspirational scholarly discussions on representations, formation, and experiences of men and masculinities, focusing on their cultural, social, political and aesthetic reflections and constructions in culture and society.
Masculinities accepts articles, book reviews and ongoing research reports that evaluate men and masculinities critically in all fields of social sciences and humanities.
It aims to publish interdisciplinary and pioneering research in the intersections of masculinities with various fields, including art, literature, history, sociology, politics, psychology, law, philosophy, communication and linguistics.
Editors invite original and critical discussions in the form of articles, book reviews, and research reports regarding ongoing (graduate) research, and conference reports. Interviews with researchers from the field are also welcome.