Cambridge Journals is pleased to announce the recent launch of the Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics (JREP) in 2016. To celebrate the publication of the inaugural issue, complimentary access to the entire journal issue is now available.
JREP highlights critical and timely research into the multiple junctures between politics and issues of race, ethnicity, immigration, and indigeneity, as well as their intersections with other axes of identity and marginalization. The journal publishes work that broadly focuses on racial and ethnic politics, from scholars across all subfields of political science and allied disciplines. The key distinguishing feature of the journal is its focus on politics, whether in a single country, across countries, or transnationally.
JREP is open with respect to areas of substantive focus, with methods and approaches ranging from political theory and critical studies, to qualitative, statistical, and experimental approaches. The journal will also provide opportunities for enhanced academic engagement, including a guest column section featuring perspectives from practitioners in political and policy worlds, specialized symposia on timely topics, and blog postings and media engagement by authors, reviewers, and editors.
The Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics (JREP) is the official journal of the Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Organized Section of APSA.