Introduction Issue 1 Volume 11
This Issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal of International Studies (IJIS) focuses on ‘Intersectionality’.
For this Issue, we have welcomed articles that address intersectionality in any point
of the research. The idea of focussing an Issue on ‘Intersectionality’ came as a result of extensive
discussions among the editing team and colleagues from the Department of Politics and
Society. We have experienced that the notion of Intersectionality is often discussed as a concept,
a theory, a method or a case study by some means or another.
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