Author Archives: Elizabeth Hess

The University of Illinois Press (UIP) is excited about moving our content to the Scholarly Publishing Collective (SPC) platform. We will offer full digital access alongside wonderful peer organizations at Longleaf Services, Michigan State University Press, Penn State University Press, … Continue reading

Editor of the University of Illinois journal Visual Arts Research, Jorge Lucero, recently invited people from around the world to connect with each other and share an object that was important in their lives – telling their stories through their belongings. … Continue reading

We want to offer our congratulations to American Music authors Katie A. Callam, Makiko Kimoto, Misako Ohta and Carol J. Oja for recently earning the Irving Lowens Article Award from the Society for American Music. Citation from the prize committee: … Continue reading

Please consider submitting to one of our exciting journal titles! The University of Pittsburgh’s Jazz Studies program, in collaboration with the University of Illinois Press, invites scholars and artists to submit proposals for research articles, reviews, and oral histories for the … Continue reading

About Diasporic Italy: Journal of Italian American Studies Association Diasporic Italy: Journal of Italian American Studies Association (DI) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the interdisciplinary study of Italian American/Diaspora studies. DI focuses on timely and varied approaches to … Continue reading

The University of Illinois Press is pleased to announce that we will be joining the Scholarly Publishing Collective (SPC), along with other top-rated university presses (UPs), hosted by Duke University Press (DUP). The platform will fulfill digital access on behalf … Continue reading

The Board of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy welcomes applications for Associate Editor. This position will support the editorial work of The Pluralist by assisting the Editor in reviewing submissions, assigning reviewers, rendering decisions, and preparing issues for publication. … Continue reading

The Polish American Historical Association (PAHA), for which we publish The Polish Review, is seeking documents from members of the WWII diaspora, their families, and organizations to add to the historical record of this time. This effort helps historians and … Continue reading