Journal of Homosexuality Ongoing CFP

Now in its 63rd volume year, the Journal of Homosexuality (JH), a landmark international peer-reviewed scholarly journal in sexuality studies, welcomes submissions from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives. While the majority of articles published in the JH have traditionally focused on empirically-based social scientific topics, JH welcomes on an ongoing basis submissions from such fields as: art, art history, performing arts, visual arts, classics, cultural studies, education, ethnic studies, geography, history, international relations, journalism, language and literature, philosophy, political science, queer studies, and women and gender studies.

JH has been published since 1974 and is known broadly as a classic among sexuality studies journals, and it continues to be highly respected among scholars in sexuality studies across the globe. It currently publishes 12 issues per year and will move to 14 issues annually beginning in 2017. Accepted manuscripts will be uploaded to the JH/Taylor & Francis website with DOI numbers prior to being published in the print version of the journal to provide maximum exposure.


Please submit manuscripts directly via e-mail attachment to the Editor-in-Chief Dr. John P. Elia at (JH does not utilize online manuscript submissions via ScholarOne or Manuscript Central). Manuscripts should:  (1) contain 7,000 words or fewer including references, and footnotes/endnotes (lengthier manuscripts may be approved by writing directly to the editor-in-chief), (2) have a 150-word abstract with 7-10 key words immediately following the abstract; and (3) conform to the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) 6th edition (2012).

Contact Info: Editor-in-Chief John P. Elia, PhD  Contact Email:

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