Call for papers - deadline: October 7, 2021

The international magazine Visioni LatinoAmericane invites authors to send original and unpublished articles that propose critical and reasoned reflections on Women of Latin America. Public and private role between counterdictions, inequalities and gender discrimination.
In the polyphony of socio-economic and cultural contexts, of the traditions, myths and prejudices that characterize the Latin American countries, there are polarizations in one sense or another. Nevertheless, a presumed macho culture, which, among others, pushes men to abandon children and families to the total responsibilities of women, does not prevent many of those women from reaching a significant position in society. Both the juridical, socio-anthropological, educational and religious dimensions as well as the traditions, the prejudices, the management of economic and political power weave threads that seem to make it difficult to realize paths of dignity and equal rights and duties between men and women.
Open-subject essays are also welcome.
Languages: all Latin American languages, Spanish and Portuguese, plus English and Italian.
The scheduled date for submission is October 7, 2021. Articles must range between 6,000 and 7,000 words and they must be in Word format (Body 12). A summary of no more than 50 words in Italian, English and Spanish and 5 keywords in Italian, English and Spanish must be included.
Essays must be sent to the address: info [at] visionilatinoamericane.com.

Visioni LatinoAmericane is a biannual magazine published by Eut - Edizioni of the University of Trieste (Italy). It participates in the initiatives of the European Council for Social Research in Latin America (Ceisal), the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (Clacso) and Latindex. It is an open access, interdisciplinary international publication with double-blind international peer review.
It hosts original and unpublished works in English, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish, that deal with Latin American social sciences, with particular reference to sociology, anthropology, education, social policies and social work in an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspective, and to the Latin American region in its relations with Europe and the rest of the world.It is advisable to consult the policy section (Policies) and the editorial rules (For authors) of the Journal which can be found on the covers of each issue and on the magazine's website (www.visionilatinoamericane.com/en). As an example of writing and layout, please follow the template (vl_template.docx).