The Journal of Women’s Intercultural Leadership serves as a resource for scholars and practitioners who seek to bring intercultural perspectives and practices to their classes, research, programs, or institutions. This refereed journal focuses on women’s studies, leadership development, and intercultural education (including international and domestic multicultural) and the complex interdisciplinary intersections between these disciplines to yield a distinctive, interconnected synthesis of ideas and best practices. The Journal contains articles, discussion forums, and book reviews.
JWIL is published twice a year in the fall and spring through the Center for Women's Intercultural Leadership at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana. Indexing in multidisciplinary, intercultural, and feminist literature is being sought. We accept unsolicited manuscripts from academics, independent scholars, practitioners, community leaders and activists, and students. Click here for the Call for Papers and Guidelines for Manuscripts.
The editors and staff of JWIL are committed to the principles of academic freedom in research and publication. The research conclusions and opinions of the individual authors published in the Journal are those of the authors and not necessarily those of JWIL editors, CWIL, or Saint Mary's College.