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), and publishes under a CC-BY license to allow for immediate free access to and use of its manuscripts. It does not charge an author fee, nor does it otherwise require remuneration for any step in the publishing process.


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.

  • Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1

    Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1


Spring 2022 issue of DiGeSt: Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies

Articles


Title Page & Table of Contents

Florian Vanlee

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1

Editorial

Florian Vanlee and An Van Raemdonck

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 1-6

Ageivism Roundtable

Katrien De Graeve, Anja Meulenbelt, Ryan Backer, Sara De Vuyst, Katrien Jacobs and Aagje Swinnen

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 7-25

Home and belonging: African women in 'crisis' Greece

Viki Zaphiriou-Zarifi

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 26-45

Sex and desire on the dancefloor: A queer post-structuralist approach on reclaiming erotic dances

Nina Poels and Carine Plancke

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 46-59

Beyond burnout culture? Artistic imaginations of care (crisis) in Barbara Raes' Zon dag kind and Els Dietvorst's Field Guide

Sarah De Mul

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 60-74

Trans persons on trans representations in popular media culture: A reception study

Hanne Van Haelter, Frederik Dhaenens and Sofie Van Bauwel

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 75-88

Women’s (non) participation in sports: Gendered attitudes, biopolitics, and women’s perceptions of body and sports in Iran

Ladan Rahbari and Zeinab Mahmudabadi

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 89-105

What are you reading?


What are you reading?

Gert-Jan Vanaken, Liselotte Van der Gucht, Sven Van den Bossche, Tessel Veneboer and Kika W. L. Van Robays

2022-06-07 Volume 9 • Issue 1 • 2022 • General Issue 9.1 • 106-114