The peer-reviewed quarterly Journal of Postcolonial Cultures and Societies is published online from Wright State University's Lake Campus and is published in limited print runs from the United States.The journal will include articles of 4,000 to 7,000 words on all aspects of postcolonial cultures and societies, including the diasporic communities of Europe and North America.
We invite submissions from a broad range of disciplines, including but not limited to business, communication, comparative studies, economics, education, fine arts, geography, history, language studies, literature, political science, regional studies, sociology, and rural and urban studies.
Each issue of the journal will also include a section devoted to creative writing's fiction, poetry, drama, and creative nonfiction. There are no restrictions on style or subject, except that the author should be a native of a postcolonial region or a member of a diasporic community or the subject should be related directly to the journal's focus. We also invite photos and artwork, which should be submitted initially as low-resolution bitmaps.
The aim of the journal is to provide an interdisplinary forum for the academic discussion and creative representation of postcolonial cultures and societies; to provide another venue for emerging and established scholars from around the world to engage in amulticultural exchange of ideas about postcolonial social, political realities and artistic and literary expression; and to promote the possibilities of constructive communication and change based on a fuller understanding of cultural differences and a greater appreciation of cross-cultural interests and aspirations.
Responses to the calls for papers for individual issues should be directed to the editors of those issues.