The Howard Journal of Communications is a quarterly journal that
publishes original and current research papers focusing on ethnicity and
culture as they interact with communication. It encourages research that seeks to combat racism and is written by authors from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds. The purpose of the
journal is to serve as a forum for researchers as well as policy and decision
makers who seek to use research as the frame for social awareness and change.
The journal has a strong history of providing space and voice for persons and
ideas that would otherwise be silenced.
The journal invites work that makes important contributions in its focus areas.
These may include a variety of topics such as gender, ethnic representations in
the media, interracial issues, cultural resistance, and much more. The journal
welcomes a variety of methodologies, both quantitative and qualitative. All
papers go through a process of rigorous blind reviews by top scholars in the
Peer Review Policy:
All research articles and review papers in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review by the editor and at least two anonymous referees.
Publication office: Taylor & Francis, Inc., 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Professionals and researchers in women’s studies, political science, ethnic studies, sociology and communications, social psychology and media history.
Authors can choose to publish gold open access in this journal.
Read the Instructions for Authors for information on how to submit your article.