(If interested in submitting to the current call for papers for the upcoming One Century After Thind special issue, please review the call for papers page here or download a PDF of the call for papers here.)
Ethnic Studies Review (ESR) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed, online international journal devoted to scholarship on a wide range of topics pertaining to Ethnic Studies understood from a broad and inclusive perspective. A defining focus of the journal is fostering multi- and interdisciplinary research that emphasizes the interconnectedness and intersectionality of Ethnic Studies and the issues, themes and ideas pursued in its name. Comparative and methodologically innovative papers are especially welcome. ESR also publishes book reviews and commentaries.
Articles should not be previously published and should demonstrate a full command of the scholarly literature and available sources. They should proceed beyond the presentation of these materials to make original interpretations and draw new conclusions. Articles are limited to 10,000 words of text (not including notes and captions) and twenty illustrations.
Potential authors are asked to review the journal's Author Guidelines in advance of sending submissions. Manuscripts for articles that will undergo peer review should be submitted online through Scholastica. Authors will need to login using an existing Scholastica account or create a new one in order to submit. For an overview of working with Scholastica as an author, please consult the Author Guide provided by Scholastica. Any technical or software questions should be directed to Scholastica customer support.
Please review the Author’s Rights and Warranties sections of the author agreement before submitting your article. The Ethnic Studies Review author agreement may be downloaded (in PDF) by clicking here.
Please direct any editorial inquiries, including special issue proposals, book reviews, and commentaries to Natchee Barnd at firstname.lastname@example.org.