Anniversary volume: Special section on Affect & Subjectivity
The opening issue of Subjectivity’s 10th volume includes a special section on Affect and Subjectivity put together by “a group of critical theorists who read, thought, wrote, and practiced together while living in New York City during the emergence of Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, and recently the US presidential election”. Ali Lara, Wen Liu, Colin Patrick Ashley, Akemi Nishida, Rachel Jane Liebert and Michelle Billies put together a collection of articles that advocate for “affect studies as a mode of critical inquiry of use to radical projects of queerness, blackness, disability, decolonization, and temporalities of the body, a turn that is dependent on our re-engagement with subjectivity”.
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Subjectivity accepted into Scopus!
We are delighted to announce that Subjectivity has been accepted into Elsevier's international indexing database, Scopus. The reviewers of the title commented that the journal 'fills an important niche in psychology and related fields and without its existence much of this research might go unpublished'. We extend our congratulations to Editors Valerie Walkerdine and Lisa Blackman, who consistently select high quality papers on important topics and we look forward to the continuing success of Subjectivity.
We are pleased to announce that Subjectivity now utilises our Online First workflow. Online First means that fully typeset, definitive, citable versions of papers (complete with Digital Object Identifier, or DOI) will be made available online ahead of their allocation to a print issue. Please visit Subjectivity's Online First page to view the latest research published in this journal.