• Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts

    Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts


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Sofie Vindevogel and Fien Van Wolvelaer

2021-10-20 Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts

Editorial - Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts

Sofie Vindevogel and Fien Van Wolvelaer

2021-10-20 Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts • 1-6

Allies, access and (collective) action: Young refugee women’s navigation of gendered educational constraints in Greece

Lucy Hunt

2021-10-20 Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts • 7-21

Gendered aspects of distress migration: Taking note of Rohingya voices

Vasileia Digidiki and Jacqueline Bhabha

2021-10-19 Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts • 22-39

Negotiating two worlds: An exploration of Moroccan Belgian youths’ lived experience of gender identity

Hanne Dewinter, Hanne Dehertog and Lucia De Haene

2021-10-20 Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts • 40-56

Queer asylum seekers in Belgium: Navigating reception centers

Anna Ropianyk and Serena D’Agostino

2021-10-20 Volume 8 • Issue 2 • 2021 • Changing surroundings and gender: An inquiry into gender dynamics in migration contexts • 57-70

About DiGeSt

The Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies (DiGeSt) is an open access,bi-annual, peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the intersection of diversity and gender studies. It is included in the Flemish Academic Bibliography for the Social Sciences and the Humanities (VABB-SHW).

DiGeSt has the ambition to be a leading journal in the field and publishes original work from a wide array of disciplines including sociology, anthropology, communication sciences, political sciences, philosophy, history, arts and literature. In addition, it is open to work from other disciplines such as psychology and educational sciences, especially when there is a strong link with frameworks that are also used in the social sciences and the humanities.

Given that debates about gender and diversity often transcend national borders, the journal publishes work related to all geographical contexts.