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Founded in 1981, Immigrants & Minorities: Historical Studies in Ethnicity, Migration and Diaspora was one of the first journals devoted to the historical study of immigration, race relations and ethnicity. It has maintained a very high level of scholarship throughout with articles by international experts in the field as well as some of the best work from early career researchers and new scholars. The focus of the journal is historical though we do recognise and publish studies which reflect the interdisciplinary and contemporary nature and relevance of this field.
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- Enjoy a rapid publication process and validate your research with our robust peer review.
- Gain recognition from an interdisciplinary, international readership.
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"A fine place to publish work on transnational and comparative topics and ethnic and minority communities in the United States.” - John J. Bukowczyk, Professor of History, Wayne State University
- Immigrants and Minorities is a well-established and highly respected journal
- The journal has wide readership among the members of the historical community in all continents
- Immigrants and Minorities is a historical journal, though we do recognise and indeed welcome studies of an interdisciplinary nature as long as they contain historical context and content
- We welcome submissions from established scholars as well as new and early career researcher and from those working outside universities in other sectors
- We will publish full articles with broad themes as well as shorter reports which focus on a particular archive or topic or which are early stage ‘think pieces’ inviting reader feedback