Minerva Journal of Women and War

TitleMinerva Journal of Women and War
Publication TypeJournal
Year of Publication1983
Corporate AuthorsMinerva Society for the Study of Women and War
ISBN Number0736-718X

The Minerva Journal of Women and War, the official publication of the Minerva Society for the Study of Women and War, was an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal which examines the roles of women in war and the ways that conflict affects women's lives. The journal was established (under the name Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military) in 1983 by Linda Grant De Pauw, a pioneer in the study of women's military history and built a tradition of publishing ground-breaking articles in military history whilst also emphasizing the study of contemporary issues with a range of disciplinary approaches including politics and international relations, sociology, anthropology, women's studies, war studies and peace studies. The journal was discontinued in 2002.

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