We give you the scuttlebutt on academic journals—aiding you in selecting the right journal for publication—in reviews that are sometimes snarky, sometimes lengthy, always helpful. Written by Princeton University graduate students and Wendy Laura Belcher.
For those interested publishing articles that discuss timely and culturally relevant literature and archival materials. For those looking to make broad connections (not close reading) … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles examining modernism, especially from an interdisciplinary or international perspective. Founded in 2005, Modernist Cultures is a relatively new journal, … Continue reading
For those interesting in publishing articles that engage with the disciplinary debates and methodological commitments of anthropology, ethnography, and cultural analysis. Anthropology Quarterly is a … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles that are concerned with the renewal of practices of intellectual and cultural criticism in the Caribbean and in the … Continue reading
For social-justice-minded African Americanists and black studies scholars interested in publishing articles that address the intellectual debates of scholars and activists within the modern African … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles that address black life, black culture, black suffering, black death, black sexual politics, black religion, black liberation and all … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles that have a fun, funky, and compelling perspective to add to Queer Theory, especially if you’re interested in the body … Continue reading
For those interested in publishing articles with interdisciplinary approaches to both theoretical and practical debates in disability studies.
For those interested in publishing articles on the problematic of difference in literary, social, political, and social texts from a combined Continental philosophy and American … Continue reading