Ada: a Journal of Gender, New Media & Technology (ISSN: 2325-0496) was created and supported through the work of the Fembot Collective with 16 issues published from 2012-2020.
La revista se centra en los aspectos que interseccionan entre los Estudios LGBTIQ+, la comunicación y la cultura (a modo de ejemplo: representaciones LGBTIQ+ en el cine, televisión, medios de comunicación, fotografía, arte, literatura, pensamiento, moda o tendencias) y se dirige principalmente al ámbito Iberoamericano, pero prestando también atención a sus relaciones e intersecciones con otras geografías y contextos socioculturales porque los ámbitos geográficos, sociales, políticos, culturales y lingüísticos cada vez interseccionan más con otras zonas, culturas y lenguajes por la globalización del mundo académico y por las investigaciones relacionadas.
Women's Studies in Communication ( WSIC ) provides a feminist forum for diverse research, reviews, and commentary addressing the relationships between communication and gender. WSIC invites contributions that advance our understanding of the intersections of gender and race, ethnicity, nationality, ability, sexuality, and class, as well as the articulations between gendered performances, power, and representation in public culture. Topically and methodologically inclusive, WSIC publishes quantitative, qualitative, and critical communication scholarship drawing from a variety of areas including but not limited to interpersonal, organizational, performance, rhetoric, media, and cultural studies. The editor is committed to promoting the best work that falls within these parameters and also to encouraging the development of new voices and new projects that challenge conventions guiding communication scholarship. Feminist studies concerning queer and transgender politics, masculinity, dis/ability, labor, transnationalism, postcolonialism, and critical race theory are especially encouraged at this time.
The Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research (JAMMR) is a refereed academic publication dedicated to the study of communication, culture and society in the Arab and Muslim world. It aims to lead the debate about the rapid changes in media and society in that part of the world. This journal is also interested in diasporic media like satellite TV, radio and new media, especially in Europe and North America. The journal serves a large international community of academics, researchers, students, journalists, policy makers and civil society organizations in the West as well as the Arab and Muslim countries.
The Journal of Communication Inquiry (JCI) is a forward-thinking, interdisciplinary forum that explores communication and mass communication phenomena within cultural and historical perspectives. Publishing cutting-edge research and analysis, the Journal of Communication Inquiry emphasizes philosophical, evaluative, empirical, legal, historical and critical inquiry into relationships between mass communication and society across time and culture.
Feminist Media Studies provides a transdisciplinary, transnational forum for researchers pursuing feminist approaches to the field of media and communication studies, with attention to the historical, philosophical, cultural, social, political, and economic dimensions and analysis of sites including print and electronic media, film and the arts, and new media technologies.
Communication Theory is an international forum publishing high quality, original research into the theoretical development of communication from across a wide array of disciplines, such as communication studies, sociology, psychology, political science, cultural and gender studies, philosophy, linguistics, and literature.