The Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies invites gender and sexuality scholars working in any discipline or interdisciplinary area in the interpretive social sciences and humanities to submit area-focused manuscripts of no more than 10,000 words on any topic related to Popular Culture. The highest quality manuscripts will be published as articles in a themed JMEWS issue in 2019.
Competitive manuscripts: 1) substantiate a thesis based on original scholarship; 2) are conceptually coherent and clear; 3) are grounded in primary sources (literary, visual, archival, textual, ethnographic, artistic, legal, and so on); and 4) engage with pertinent questions that emerge from region-focused or transnational feminist and sexuality scholarship. Possible foci within the broad domain of popular culture include but are not limited to: girl studies, masculinity studies, aesthetics and art, music, social media production, television (talent shows, talk shows, soap operas, game shows, serials), film, refugee studies, tourism, graffiti, advertisements, and consumer culture.
Manuscripts that meet our internal review standards will be submitted for double-blind peer review. JMEWS is committed to an efficient review process where most submitted manuscripts are resolved within 12 months. Please follow all JMEWS submission guidelines for article manuscripts @ jmews.org, including for reference quality and style, abstract, transliteration, and word count. Manuscripts are due on or before June 15, 2018 to our online submission system. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.