Call for Papers for the First Argetsinger Volume for the Journal of Motorsport Culture & History
Theme- The Evolution of Racing: Historical and Cultural Events Shaping Tomorrow
Editors- Duke Argetsinger, Mark Howell, Timothy Robeers, Alonzo Maestas, Mike Stocz
Description: The Journal of Motorsport Culture & History is excited to announce a special collaboration issue with the International Motor Racing Research Center, based in Watkins Glen, New York! The theme for the issue is 'The Evolution of Racing: Historical and Cultural Events Shaping Tomorrow.' With racing being the primary focus of this call for papers, specific areas of inquiry may be broad. The major focus may be within history, communications studies, media studies, psychological studies, socio-cultural studies, political studies, or management based papers. Papers on motorsport's response to Coronavirus are also encouraged.
All papers are subject to peer review by the editorial team, as well as assigned reviewers. Papers are due to JMCH by October 7, 2020, with the anticipated full-review, with revisions, being completed by November 5, 2020. The issue will then be published online on November 9, 2020.
To submit a manuscript for consideration, please visit https://ir.una.edu/j...culturehistory/ and click on 'Submit Article.' If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Mike Stocz, Editor-in-Chief of JMCH at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From all of us at the IMRRC & JMCH, we appreciate your consideration, and hope all of you are staying safe!
Mike Stocz, PhD