Postcolonial Studies Resources
This journal has established itself as an internationally respected forum for the presentation and discussion of recent research in the history of the British Empire and Commonwealth and in comparative European colonial experiences. Particular attention is given to imperial policy and rivalries; colonial rule and local response; the rise of nationalism; the process of decolonization and the transfer of power and institutions; the evolution of the Imperial and Commonwealth association in general; and the expansion and transformation of British culture. The journal also features a substantial review section of recent literature
Transition was founded in 1961 in Uganda by the late Rajat Neogy and quickly established itself as a leading forum for intellectual debate. This series carries on a tradition of the original’s tough-minded, far-reaching criticism, both cultural and political.
Transnational Literature is published twice a year (May and November) and welcomes the submission of
- unpublished papers on Postcolonial literatures, New Literatures in English, International Writing, and any literatures in English that deal wtih crosscultural contact and interaction;
- creative and life writing with an emphasis on these themes;
- review of books, including both scholarly and literary works, of relevance to the journal's area of interest. To receive calls for book reviewers from the editor from time to time, please join the CRNLE mailing list.