Postcolonial Studies Resources
Callaloo, the premier African-American and African literary journal, publishes original works and critical studies of black artists and writers worldwide. The journal offers a rich mixture of fiction, poetry, plays, crticial essays, interviews, and visual art from the African diaspora.
The Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies is published biannually for the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies. CJLACS is a multidisciplinary, refereed journal. Articles are accepted in four languages - English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Cercles welcomes articles on the social and cultural practices of the English-speaking world: literature, linguistics, history, politics, sociology, anthropology, esthetics… It offers a variety of perspectives, involving gender, ethnicity, ideology, and theory. We encourage submissions in English and French, but also any other language, provided a translation is submitted in either French or English.
No manuscript will be considered if it is concurrently under consideration by another journal or is soon to be published elsewhere. However, the editors might consider publishing previously printed material, provided the original publisher has granted one-time printing rights to Cercles. Articles published in Cercles may not be published elsewhere unless permission is granted by Cercles.
Authors are encouraged to submit relevant graphics (photographs, maps, charts, line drawings, cartoons) with the manuscript. Author are responsible for obtaining written permission to publish any copyrighted material.
Commonwealth Essays and Studies is a peer-reviewed journal of criticism devoted to the study of postcolonial literatures, in all periods and genres. We welcome submissions of articles, interviews, and reviews on literary topics relating to any area of the New Literatures in English. Translations are to be provided for citations in languages other than English.
Contemporary Islam: Dynamics of Muslim Life
- is the first peer-reviewed socio-scientific journal focused on Muslim life
- closes the existing gap within the range of journals focusing on Islam
- focuses on contemporary issues of Islam, providing an international forum of discussion
- is multidisciplinary and multicultural
The CRNLE Journal is a new series that builds on the traditions of the CRNLE ReviewsJournal, which ran successfully from 1979 to 1995. What began as a reviews journal offering up-to-the-minute reviews on New Literatures in English also functioned as a forum for critical discussion of new texts
Over twenty years, needs change: this is a new journal for a new millennium. While the new series, to be published annually, will continue its review function - focusing primarily, though not exclusively, on New Literatures in English - the current demand for longer critical essays means the balance between essays and reviews must change. We are also pleased to publish short creative pieces or extracts from longer works.