The Journal of Linguistic Anthropology is calling for papers on race, racism, and racialization. Submission type is open: full-length articles, theoretical pieces, fieldnotes, interviews, reflections, poetry, cartoons. Deadline for the submission of article manuscripts: September 15, 2020. Deadline for all other types of submissions: October 15, 2020.
Scholarly work intersecting with other approaches, including but not limited to criminal justice studies, critical race theory, education studies, gender & sexuality studies, legal studies, medical anthropology, STS, and visual anthropology, is especially encouraged. If you are interested in submitting your work, do familiarize yourself with the journal’s submission procedures, and write to Sonia Das (sonia.das AT nyu.edu) or Chaise LaDousa (cladousa AT hamilton.edu). If you are interested in writing a book review of a book pertaining to race, racism, and racialization, please write to JLA’s book review editor, Christina Davis (c-davis AT wiu.edu).