Unsolicited contributions to The South Asianist Journal
The South Asianist welcomes unsolicited contributions to the field of South Asian studies from early-career researchers in the humanities and social sciences. Contributions should fall within the broad scope of the journal, as outlined in the mission and core values. We especially invite contributions from South Asian scholars whose work focuses on understudied geographical and thematic areas.
Contributions should be no longer than 8,000 words in lenght and blinded for peer review. Shorter contributions will be considered, as well as visual and creative submissions. All submissions should be accompanied by a title page that includes author(s)’ name and contact details, and an abstract. Please follow our submission guidelines. To make a new submission please register and use the submission form on our Open Journal System.
For queries please contact our editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Journal
The South Asianist is a peer-reviewed journal for early-career researchers in the humanities and social sciences whose work contributes to South Asian studies. The journal provides a platform for young scholars to present and discuss their work, meet other scholars with similar interests, and spur critical debate on the socio-economic, political, cultural and religious aspects that both define South Asia as a region and divide it into units of analysis. At The South Asianist, we are committed to integrity, collaboration, constructive feedback and inclusivity, and to develop lasting relationships with authors and peers. We particularly welcome submissions from South Asian scholars whose work focuses on understudied geographical and thematic areas.