The Journal of Working-Class Studies invites submissions that contribute significant knowledge to our understanding of who the global working class(es) are and have been, as well as what it means to ‘study’ class, conceptually and as a socio-economic reality. We are especially keen to publish work that explores how class intersects with other vectors of identity and experience, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, ability, and citizenship status.
All scholarly submissions are peer reviewed.
We also invite artists to submit short comics or excerpts of longer works.
Submissions should be between 4-6000 words (or its multimedia equivalent), not including the bibliography and other references. This length is to allow ease of access for researchers, students and general public readers, however we are happy to consider longer submissions as appropriate. Please include an abstract, keywords and author bio with your submission.
Referencing style, formatting and copyright
Please submit submissions as Word files. We prefer the use of 12 point, Times New Roman font, with footnotes rather than endnotes.
The house style is APA, which includes in-text referencing of author, year and page/s used. For websites please include author’s name (if known), Url and date accessed. For further examples see the APA 7th referencing guide.