Congratulations to Professor Kristopher Burrell who has became a new Associate Editor at the Ethnic Studies Review, a premier journal in the field of Ethnic Studies that has been in existence for fifty years, and is now being published by University of California Press. The website is: https://esr.ucpress.edu/.
Dr. Burrell recently shared a call for papers which appears below.
I wanted to inform my fellow faculty members that if you are looking for a venue to publish your scholarship, commentaries, or book reviews; or if you would be willing to peer-review articles, to please consider submitting to the Ethnic Studies Review.
Ethnic Studies Review is published by University of California Press and is a peer-reviewed journal that has been in existence for several decades. Here is a description of the journal’s mission from the UC Press website:
Ethnic Studies Review (ESR) is the official publication of the Association for Ethnic Studies. From its inception, Ethnic Studies Review has provided a venue and forum for all interested in and committed to Ethnic Studies, and remains committed to this inclusivity. ESR is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary journal. As such, the journal publishes peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, commentary, and creative works by artists, educators, community leaders and organizations, independent scholars and researchers, on all aspects of Ethnic Studies. Topics and subjects addressed by the journal include, but not limited to social movements, migration, media and communication, and issues of importance to disparate communities.
For faculty who are interested in submitting to Ethnic Studies Review, I would direct them to the journal’s website at: https://esr.ucpress.edu/ I am also willing to help people direct their submissions in the near term as the website continues to be updated. The new Editor-in-Chief of the journal is Dr. David Aliano of the College of Mount Saint Vincent and submissions can be directed to him at email@example.com.
Kris Burrell, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of History in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Department. He is a contributor to The Strange Careers of the Jim Crow North: Segregation and Struggle outside of the South (NYU Press, 2019); and Developing Educational Technology at an Urban Community College (Palgrave McMillan, 2019).