Greg Dickinson, Editor, Colorado State University, is now accepting submissions.
Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies Call for Manuscripts, 2019-2021
In 2004, when Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies published its first issue, Bob Ivie wrote, “I would say that the spirit of this journal is one of experimentation, exploration, invention, and innovation, that our project is in a perpetual state of becoming, and that we aim to address our readers as a scholarly journal with attitude.” Entering our fifteenth year, little has changed. Today, the journal continues to publish the very best scholarship located between communication, critical, and cultural studies. Exploring communication in its many forms and its widely varying locations, CC/CS is a leading voice in studying communicative practices that enable and deny agency, that promote and undermine democracy, that foster and undercut freedom.
Over the coming three years, I trust the journal will continue this crucial mission. I and the editorial board invite essays from a multitude of perspectives that explore the weaving of power and communication in widely varying settings. The Journal publishes essays from and about many regions of the world and with a wide variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives. The Journal’s scholarship draws on careful, rigorous, and detailed studies of communication to demonstrate the political force of communicative practices. These pages will be one location in which critical and cultural studies scholars from around the world meet to discuss and deliberate about communication’s consequentiality.
 Robert L. Ivie, “What Are We About?” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies vol 1, no. 2 (2004): 125.
All manuscripts must adhere to the Chicago style guide, and should not be under editorial review for other journals. Submissions that do not follow the components listed in this call will be returned to the author for format revisions. Submissions sent out for consideration will receive anonymous review by at least two members of the Editorial Board. The decision not to publish a manuscript is final. All submissions should be made online at Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies' ScholarOne Manuscripts site. For more information on style and formatting, please visit our Instructions for Authors page.
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