A new academic journal exploring the complexity of racial oppression and its intersections with gender, class, sexuality, disability, age, language, and religion is now accepting submissions.
The Journal of Critical Race, Indigeneity, and Decolonization — sponsored by the UWindsor Office of the Vice-President, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion — is peer-reviewed, open access, and published electronically twice a year. It aims to be a catalyst for international research that highlights exemplary praxis and intellectual thought that can inform and transform postsecondary education institutions.
Managing editor Naved Bakali, an assistant professor of anti-racism education in the Faculty of Education, and executive editors Rebecca Major, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, and James Oloo, an assistant professor in educational administration, policy, and leadership in the Faculty of Education, welcome papers from interdisciplinary academic disciplines in critical race studies; Black studies; Indigenous studies; women, gender, and sexuality studies; Latin American studies; and diaspora studies.
Find more information on the journal, its scope and focus, and submission processes on its website.