The editors of the international journal, Social Identities – Journal of Race, Nation and Culture, Professors Pal Ahluwalia (the University of the South Pacific) and Toby Miller (University of California, Riverside) are seeking reviewers for the books listed below. Social Identities publishes 6 issues annually and attracts diverse contributions from scholars and practitioners across the globe. As of 2022, it has an H-Index of 36.
Scholars, early career researchers and advanced graduate (PhD) students are invited to submit proposals for book review. All prospective reviewers must have sufficient expertise in the field of the book they propose to review and adhere to the journal’s guideline .
Book reviews should be up to 2000 words in length and include the following aspects:
A summary of the book’s information – details of the author(s) and editor(s), title of the book, year of publication, name of the publisher, and total page numbers;
A concise overview of the book’s primary themes;
Original and insightful composition, including detailed synopses and critical evaluations of the book and giving an account of the aims and remits; and
Reviewers will be provided with electronic or print copies of the book.
Prospective reviewers should get in touch with the Managing Editor, Poonam Devi at [email protected]
List of Books Available for Review
Photography in the Third Reich: Art, Physiognomy and Propaganda by Christopher Webster (editor)
Fiction and Philosophy in the Zhuangzi – An Introduction to Early Chinese Taoist Thought by Romain Graziani
Justice and Love – A Philosophical Dialogue by Mary Zournazi, Rowan Williams
‘Membering Austin Clarke by Paul Barett
Coloniality and Racial (In) Justice at the University – Counting for Nothing – Sunera Thobani (eds).
Skin by Sergio del Molino
Politics and Cultural Nativism in 1970s Taiwan: Youth, Narrative, Nationalism
Documentary – Making for Digital Humanists by Darren R. Reid and Brett Sanders
Shaping the Digital Dissertation: Knowledge Production in the Arts and Humanities by Virginia Kuhn and Anke Finger (eds).
Love Your Asian Body: AIDS Activism in Los Angeles by Eric C. Wat.
Kurdish Diaspora Mobilisation in Denmark by Anne Sofie Schøtt.
King Yellowman: Meaningful Bodies in Jamaican Dancehall Culture by Brent Hagerman
Living Worth: Value and Values in Global Pharmaceutical Markets by Stefan Ecks