The Ethnic Studies Review invites submissions by scholars working in Ethnic Studies and related fields. We are particularly interested in comparative, critical, relational, and solidarity-based approaches to Ethnic Studies. We encourage you to visit the webpage, and review our editorial team and advisory board members.
The journal welcomes standard research articles (peer-reviewed), and aims for a rapid turn around time for all authors.
We are also interested in a wide range of submissions that reflect the knowledge-sharing, community-building, and liberation-focused interest of our field. Please review our most recent issues to see some of the range of alternate submission forms, which include interviews, creative work, roundtable and webinar transcriptions, pedagogical technique-sharing, archival reflections, activist-intellectual provocations, and much more. If you are not sure it would be a fit, just ask - we love to chat with folks about their work and ideas.
We also welcome unsolicited book reviews.
Ethnic Studies Review is the longest standing journal for the field, publishing since 1978.
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