Calls for Papers for the Journals of the University of Nebraska Press

Click on the links below to find the latest calls for papers issued by the editors of our journals.

Resilience Resistance: A Journal of the Radical Environmental Humanities

Resistance: A Journal of Radical Environmental Humanities is truly interdisciplinary. We welcome contributions from any discipline or interdisciplinary blend. Additionally, we are open to non-academic submissions, including creative writing, poetry, activist reports, and other forms of expression. While submissions can vary in length, please note that we will not publish texts exceeding 7,000 words. We encourage you to share proposals for special issues, intervention series, experiments, or any other innovative projects with us at

Journal of Austrian Studies

The 2023 Journal of Austrian Studies Graduate Student Essay Prize seeks to highlight exceptional scholarship from students and early career scholars that presents new perspectives on the history, literature and culture of Austria, Austro-Hungary, and the former Habsburg territories. Essays should be 6000-8000 words and follow the journal’s submission guidelines, which are available here.

Native South

Submissions are being accepted for Volume 17, which will be published in late 2024. The editors welcome full-length article manuscripts as well as shorter reflective pieces that highlight original research or salient scholarly issues focusing on Native peoples in the North American South. Details are available here. Submissions received after October 1, 2023 will be considered for future issues.

Studies in American Indian Literatures

SAIL announces a call for submissions for a special issue to honor and celebrate the Oceti Sakowin literary tradition. This special issue of SAIL not only celebrates the Oceti Sakowin literary tradition but also corresponds with and celebrates the Oak Lake Writers’ Society’s 30th anniversary. Instructions for submissions

Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships

The next issue of the JBSR will be devoted to relational, mental health, or sex therapy devoted to the experiences of Black folks. The editors are looking for manuscripts that address client/therapist relationship, countertransference, transference, issues around race, relational negotiation/strain, issues of sex therapy, couples’ counseling, etc. Instructions for submissions