The Graduate Journal of Social Science (GJSS) is an open-access, peer reviewed, academic online journal focusing on methodological issues of interdisciplinary relevance.

The journal publishes three issues per year, one of which is thematic and one of which groups innovative and instructive papers from all disciplines. GJSS welcomes submissions from both senior and junior academics, thus providing a forum of publication and exchange among different generations engaged in interdisciplinary research.

Call for Papers

Memory Studies

Submission deadline: 05 December 2016

While a fast growing and expanding field, memory studies is yet to become a mainstream and fully established field, and has displayed varying degrees of growth in different disciplines. Showcasing the work of postgraduate and early career memory scholars, the special issue aims to bring some of the new work in the field to broader social science audiences. It seeks a dual purpose of showcasing new scholarship but also in turn mapping the history and development of the field through this. This mapping also includes particular ideas and voices marginalised in field, particularly in relation to the Eurocentrism of memory studies. Thus submissions from the Global South and from scholars of color are greatly encouraged.