Postcolonial Studies Resources
The International Journal of Francophone Studies offers a critical preview for a new development in the understanding of ‘France outside France’, with a thorough insight into the network of disciplinary issues affiliated with this study. The journal complements the thriving area of scholarly interest in the French-speaking regions of the world, bringing a location of linguistic, cultural, historical and social dynamics within a single academic arena.
The International Journal of Pakistan Studies publishes articles that advance the theory and practice of management.
- The histories of imperialism and colonialism
- The role of culture (academic, literary and popular) in the operation of imperialism and in the formations of national resistance
- Liberation struggles, past and ongoing
- The role of religion and culture in new nationalisms
- The contemporary politics of identity; race and ethnicity; gender and sexuality
- The economics of neo-colonialism
- Diaspora and migrancy
- Indigenous fourth-world cultures
- The connections between colonialism and modernity, postcolonialism and postmodernism
- Questions of postcolonial literatures
- Languages and translation
The Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies is a refereed, academic journal covering in principle all aspects of Arabic and Islamic studies. The Journal is published on the Internet by the editors and cooperating institutions and on paper by Edinburgh University Press. Contributions for articles are welcomed in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Please refer to the Style Sheet regarding formatting and the programs in which manuscripts may be submitted. All material should be sent in the first instance as an e-mail attachment to the Editor, Alex Metcalfe <email@example.com>.
The Journal of Asian and African Studies (JAAS) was founded in 1965 to further research and study on Asia and Africa.
JAAS is a peer reviewed journal of area studies recognised for consistent scholarly contributions to cutting-edge issues and debates. The journal welcomes articles, research communiations, and book reviews that focus on the dynamics of global change and development of Asian and African nations, societies, cultures, and the global community.
Published in February, May, August, and November, The Journal of Asian Studies (JAS) has long been recognized as the most authoritative and prestigious publication in the field of Asian studies. This quarterly has been published regularly since 1941, offering Asianists a wealth of information unavailable elsewhere.
The Journal of Caribbean Literatures (JCLs) is devoted entirely to literature, in all genres, by, about, and concerning the writers and critics of the Caribbean.
Interdisciplinary in nature and global in scope, the journal welcomes articles drawn from the tenth century to modern times that deal with aspects of colonialism and imperialism in the broadest sense of these terms. The stance should be narrative and empirical, rather than theoretical, although certain theoretical issues such as post-colonialism are not excluded. The journal will be published three times a year (in April, August, and December). The language is English and the journal will not consider works published elsewhere. Sponsored by Towson University.
The Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies publishes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural articles, interviews, and creative writings on the literatures, the histories, the politics, and the arts whose focus, locales, or subjects involve Britain and other European countries and their former colonies, the now decolonized, independent nations in the Americas, Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean, and also Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand.
"The Journal of Commonwealth Literature has long established itself as an invaluable resource and guide for scholars in the overlapping fields of commonwealth Literature, Postcolonial Literature and New Literatures in English. The journal is an institution, a household word and, most of all, a living, working companion." Edward Baugh.