Journal

Journal of Global South Studies (JGSS)

The Journal of Global South Studies (ISSN 2476-1397; EISSN 2476-1419), formerly called the Journal of Third World Studies, is published by AGSS bi-annually, Spring and Fall, and is under the general editorship of Dr. Gary Kline (gary.kline@gsw.edu; P.O. Box 1893, Starkville, MS 39760) and several associate editors who specialize in specific regions: Yi Sun (Asia), Peter Dumbuya (Africa), Jacek Lubecki (Middle East), Ryan Alexander (Latin America), Michael Hall (Book Reviews), and Jason Strakes (Eurasia). Sara Abernathy is editorial assistant. The Journal of Third World Studies, which began in 1984 and has since been renamed Journal of Global South Studies, has published 69 issues of provocative peer-reviewed articles, review essays, and book reviews. It averages about 200 pages per issue and is abstracted and indexed by 16 specialized services. This internationally distributed periodical receives financial support from the Association’s membership dues and subscription fees as well as from Georgia Southwestern State University and its foundation.

The JGSS welcomes submissions expressing diverse viewpoints concerning Global South problems and issues. Members receive a subscription to JGSS as a membership benefit and are encouraged to submit articles, which will be considered for publication. Members are also encouraged to volunteer as reviewers. Yearly subscription rates: $60.00. Single copies can be ordered from the Association for $30.00 per copy. For subscription information and queries, please contact the Johns Hopkins University Press, P.O. Box 19966, Baltimore, MD 21211; phone 1-800-548-1784; jrnlcirc@press.jhu.edu. All correspondence of a business nature, including advertising, should be addressed to the University of Florida Press, 15 NW 15th St., Gainesville, FL 32603; phone 352-392-1351; Link to University Press of Florida

Our journal can be found at the University of Florida Press http://journals.upress.ufl.edu/jgss and at the Johns Hopkins University’s Project Muse http://muse.jhu.edu/journal/715.