University of California Press is pleased to welcome Ethnic Studies Review to its growing stable of sociology journals, and in celebration, we are making a special issue of ESR dedicated to the Black Lives Matter social movement available free through the month of August.
Ethnic Studies Review—a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal devoted to the study of ethnicity, ethnic groups and their cultures, and inter-group relations—was launched under the auspices of the Association for Ethnic Studies in January 1978, and is one of the first journals devoted to the study of ethnicity.
“UC Press is thrilled to collaborate with the AES on Ethnic Studies Review. This collaboration is a perfect fit for our organization, which seeks to drive progressive change,” notes UC Press Journals Publisher David Famiano. ESR Editor Ron Scapp concurs: “After four decades of self-publishing Ethnic Studies Review, we’re both excited and proud to collaborate with UC Press. UC Press has proven to be a premiere publisher and ESR continues to be a committed venue for first-rate scholarship, debate, and discussion, focused on promoting ethnic studies and social justice.”