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Mormon Studies Review

Quincy D. Newell and Benjamin E. Park, editors

Journal of Book of Mormon Studies

Joseph M. Spencer, editor

Journal of Mormon History

Jessie Embry, editor

Connecticut History Review

Cecelia Bucki, editor

Journal of Sport History

Maureen Smith, editor

Journal of Appalachian Studies

Shaunna Scott, editor

The Polish Review

Neal Pease, editor

Black Music Research Journal

Gayle Murchison, editor

History of the Present

Named 2012's 'Best New Journal' by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals

Scandinavian Studies

Susan Brantly and Thomas A DuBois, editors

Ethnomusicology

Ellen Koskoff, editor

Journal of Film and Video

Michael Clarke, editor

Calls for Papers

See below for our current calls for papers. All of our journals accept ongoing submissions; use the drop down menu to navigate to the submission guidelines for the journal of your choosing.



Journals News and updates related to the Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Our fulfillment partner, the Chicago Distribution Center, is currently unable to fulfill orders. This predominately effects our books fulfillment. However, we will be unable to fulfill print orders of books from the Common Threads series until they reopen.

  • Print issues of journals are expecte to ship normally.

  • The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics has postponed their Summer School Program for 2020. Please see the message from Clair Linzey, deputy director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics.

    "This is an announcement I hoped I would never have to write. We had hoped against hope that the Covid-19 pandemic would be over quickly, but sadly this is not the case.

    In the light this, we have had to take the disappointing decision to postpone this year’s Summer School. It is not a decision we take lightly, and we are very sorry to do so. However, since it is affecting travel plans and in the interest of everyone’s safety, we felt we had no choice. Even if the pandemic is more under control in the summer, it is looking increasingly unlikely that an event of our size would be allowed to take place.

    The good news is Merton College have agreed to postpone our dates, and we are now looking at August 15-18, 2021. The topic, Animals and Public Policy, will remain the same.

    The Call for Papers is closed and we have a full programme of speakers. There is a waiting list for speakers, please email depdirector@oxfordanimalethics.com for more information. As speakers confirm their availability for August 2021, we will post the provisional programme here.

    Book for the Summer School 2021 remains open. Our booking form is here.

    I am personally very disappointed not to be seeing you all this year, but I hope August 2021 will be possible for you.

    Every good wish

    Clair