About this Journal
The Journal of Critical Southern Studies was founded as part of efforts to provide an authentic outlet for the promotion and representation of ‘otherness’ through the lenses of Southern voices. Its departure point is the understanding that ‘throughout the world there are practical alternatives to the current status quo of which, however, we rarely take notice, simply because such alternatives are not visible or credible to our ways of thinking.’ Part of the inability to ‘rarely take notice’ has been the fact that the Global South remains ‘constituted as an intrinsically disqualified being.’ And so long as this continues, there will be dominance and suppression, the result of which would expand and consolidate what Upendra Baxi calls ‘geographies of injustices.’
Join JCSS as a Reviewer!
The Journal of Critical Southern Studies is seeking reviewers, due to the increase in the volume of submissions to the journal/the imminent relaunch of the journal.
Reviewers should be actively working in an area linked to the focus of the journal, however we do not require candidates to have a PhD or be based within a university.
Further information or answers to questions can be obtained from Demi Middleton firstname.lastname@example.org and further details about the journal can be found here.
Posted on 20 Apr 2021