About the Journal

Pakistan Gender Review (PGR) is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for scholars, independent researchers, professionals, activists, and students to publish cutting-edge research to critique and recontextualize existing knowledge and assess the implications of knowledge production and dissemination on the lives of men, women, and transgender. Pakistan Gender Review (PGR) is a bi-annual journal that aims to inspire and promote the academic discourse to extend research scholarship in areas ranging from feminist theory, gender and development, gender-based violence, masculinities and femininities, feminist pedagogy, and feminist methodology to the intersections of history, politics, sociology to education, media, class, race, and ethnicity. Pakistan Gender Review publishes research with a theoretical focus and policy connotations to advance the understanding of global and regional gender perspectives. PGR provides the intellectual space to activist voices and to the regimes of change in the development sector to foreground the cause of gender through the publication of reports on specific subjects, reviews of the books published on the relevant fields, and interviews of experts in the field. Hence, PGR aims to bridge the gap between the theory and practice of gender and its allied thematic research areas.

Publisher: The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan.
ISSN (P): 
ISSN (E): 

Frequency: Bi-annual
Access: Open
Publication Charges: Currently no publication Charges are applicable. 
Peer Review Process: Double-blind