Journals

  • Association of Mexican American Educators Journal

    Association of Mexican American Educators Journal


    SCOPE: The Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE) Journal addresses interdisciplinary research and academic issues of importance in the education of Mexican-American/Latinx children and families to help inform those working in the field of educational studies. In addition, we hope this research is of service to other stakeholders, such as administrators, policymakers, teachers, civic leaders, grassroots organizers, and parents. In this way, the AMAE Journal is organized and focused to make an immediate impact at different educational levels, apprising different constituencies—from academia to policymakers to school districts to communities—on the conditions of Mexican-American/Latinx students and their families.


    It is important to note that Mexican-American/Latinx children are the fastest growing population and majority student population in school districts across the nation. It is imperative to understand the needs, challenges, and strengths of Mexican-American/Latinx youth and their families to improve their educational conditions and attainment.


    All research topics related to the education of Mexican-American/Latinx students are welcome. These include topics related to immigration and education, the achievement gap, bilingual education, parent engagement, ESL/EL education, equity and social justice, critical theories (i.e. CRT, Critical Pedagogy), literacy and content area instruction, curriculum and instruction, policy development, teacher education, the sociology of education, educational anthropology, among others. If you have any questions about a specific manuscript and its content, you may contact the editors to inquire about the suitability of its submission.


    PUBLISHING: The AMAE Journal is a national, refereed, peer-reviewed journal with an acceptance rate between 19%-30%. A distinguished editorial advisory board provides counsel to the AMAE Journal editors (see AMAE Journal Editorial Advisory Board). The AMAE Journal is published triannually. It publishes one open issue, one theme issue, and one invited issue per year. Manuscripts for the open issue are accepted on an ongoing basis; there is no deadline for the open issue. Each open issue aspires to contain: Featured Articles, Essays, Book Reviews, and Poems. The AMAE Journal provides immediate open access to its interdisciplinary content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. It is also indexed in the Educational Resources Information Clearinghouse (ERIC) database, EBSCO, Google Scholar, and Cabell's Directory.


    The Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE) Journal is published three times a year by AMAE Inc., 634 South Spring Street, Suite 602, Los Angeles, CA 90014.  Currently, one of the three annual issues is also published as a hardcopy and distributed to AMAE members.

  • Bilingual Review/Revista Bilingüe

    Mission: To publish scholarship that challenges old paradigms, presents new perspectives, and advances understanding and appreciation of the Latino diaspora.


    Scope & Description: Academic journal focusing on the linguistic, cultural and literary diversity of cultures in contact, especially within Latino communities in the US.  The Bilingual Review/Revista Bilingüe publishes both empirical (qualitative and quantitative) as well as creative scholarship.  The BR/RB will feature empirical research in the areas of bilingualism, applied linguistics, the social context of minority education, and ethnic scholarship.


    To engage the readership with multiple forms of representation, we seek out scholarly activity expressed through the literary and visual arts. The BR/RB accepts a variety of genres including scholarly articles, short stories, poetry, literary criticism, and book reviews, in English or Spanish. 


    The BR/RB does not accept previously published work or papers that do not foreground Latino communities situated in the US.  Response time to submission is 2-3 months.