Ever since it was launched in 2007, the LilithCollection has been regarded as a space for reflection and academic debate on gender, women’s and feminist theory studies. It is open both to the staff from the University Research Institute for Gender Studies and to the whole research community. It comprises scientific monographs offering analyses, thoughts and interpretations on how the relationships between women and men are built, so as to progress towards a thorough understanding of our society.
Editorial and Advisory Board
Director and Coordinator:
Mónica Moreno Seco (University of Alicante)
Helena Establier Pérez (University of Alicante)
Mabel Burín (University of Buenos Aires)
Pilar Cuder (University of Huelva)
Pilar Folguera (Autonomous University of Madrid)
Mª José Frau (University of Alicante)
Mª Teresa Gómez (University of Alicante)
Mª Victoria Gordillo (Complutense University)
Marcos Jesús Iglesias Martínez (University of Alicante)
The manuscripts submitted shall be subject to external and anonymous review by at least two expert reviewers in the corresponding field of knowledge.
The Editorial Board shall examine the works submitted and, based on the assessment reports, shall decide the appropriate terms and conditions of publication.
Works will be sent by email to the IUIEG address (email@example.com) in PDF format.
Submissions are invited at any time, throughout the academic year. A reasoned answer on the acceptance or rejection for the edition of the papers submitted shall be sent by the Board within a period between 60 and 90 days.
Terms and conditions for authors to submit their manuscripts to the Publications Board:
PhD theses and final degree projects shall not be accepted unless they have been redrafted and formatted into research monographs.
Particular emphasis is placed on the permanent nature of the work, so no further modifications will be authorised in the manuscript submitted, unless these are requested by the Editorial Board.
Authors' name must not appear either on the cover or at the top of pages inside the work so that anonymity is guaranteed.
Manuscripts shall not exceed a maximum of 300 pages, including annexes and bibliography.