2011 | Volume 1, Issue 2

 

SPECIAL ISSUE: Gender Studies
Editors:  Lerzan Gültekin, Ceylan Ertung
 
 
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
 
Postmodernizm ve Feminizm Birlikteliği: Angela Carter ve Erendiz Atasü’den Birer Öykü, pp. 7-18. 
Oya Batum Menteşe  |  Abstract
 
Kadına Karşı Eviçi Şiddette Devletin Sorumluluğu ve Avrupa İnsan Hakları Mahkemesi’nin Opuz v. Türkiye Kararı, pp. 19-46.
D. Çiğdem Sever   |  Abstract
 
Othering Through Description and Othering Through Action: How Author Motivation Influenced the Perception of Native Females, and their Treatment in Sixteenth Century Conquistador Accounts, pp. 47-66. 
Crystal Harris   |  Abstract   
 
Nezihe Meriç’in İlk Dönem Öykülerinde Kadın Bakış Açısı, pp. 67-78.
Lerzan Gültekin    |  Abstract  
 
Literature of (not) Their Own: a Study of Shame, pp. 79-93.
Jai Singh    | Abstract 
 
Attachment of Stigma in Sex Workers’ Milieu (Family & Community): A Hindrance of Psychosocial Development of Their Children, pp. 95-110.
Harasankar Adhikari     |  Abstract  
 
The Representation of the Victorian Masculinity and Femininity in George Gissing’s The Whirlpool, pp. 111-122.
Gökşen Aras    |  Abstract  
 
Romance as Gendered History: George Eliot’s Feminist Discourse in Romola, pp. 123-130.
Aylin Atilla    |  Abstract
 
Postmodern Fairy Godmothers: Angela Carter and Jeanette Winterson, pp. 131-140.
Naile Sarmaşık   |  Abstract  
 
How Domestic Reform Movements Transformed Western Patriarchy from the 18th Century into the Early 20th Century, pp.141-164.
Suzanne M. Spencer Wood   |  Abstract  
 
BOOK REVIEWS

Ungendering Civilization by K. Anne Pyburn / Ancient Bodies, Ancient Lives: Sex, Gender and Archaeology by Rosemary A. Joyce, pp. 167-170.
Reviewer: Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood