• Revista Gênero & Direito

Editora:
Universidade Federal da Paraíba
Data de publicação:
2010-09-07
ISBN:
2177-0409

Descrição:

Publicação semestral do NEPGD. Reúne trabalhos de pesquisadores que investigam diferentes temáticas nas áreas da teoria feministas do direito, dos direitos das mulheres e das questões de gênero. Os trabalhos são submetidos ao crivo dos membros do Conselho Editorial e dos pareceristas escolhidos entre especialistas no tema.

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