Academic Freedom and Repression / Anarchist Studies / Animal Advocacy / Disability Pedagogy / Environmental Justice / Transformative Justice and Studies

New Book Series – Transformative Justice

Peer-Reviewed Book Series

Published by Arissa Media Group
A Project of the Anarchist Studies Initiative (ASI) at SUNY Cortland

Arissa Media Group has formed a relationship with the Anarchist Studies Initiative (ASI) at SUNY Cortland (the first academic anarchist center) to create, Transformative Justice, one of the first peer-reviewed book series by a social justice independent popular publisher.

About Book Series
Transformative Justice argues for an inclusive socio-political and economic community of peace, justice, and respect. The book series is praxis and intersectionally based was and is designed to build up the common activist’s knowledge of justice while at the same time appealing to academic specialists to address the important topics such as freedom, democracy, identity, culture, repression, security, ecology, conflict, and peace.

Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the Transformative Justice book series will connect with a broad range of disciplines such as: women’s studies, globalization, anarchist studies, economics, ethnic studies, critical animal studies, queer and trans studies, science, history, environmental studies, media studies, political science, pan-african studies, critical criminology, disability studies, sociology, religion, anthropology, philosophy, and cultural studies.

Please send Book Proposals containing the Submission Guidelines to:

Arissa Media Group
PO Box 27991
Tempe, AZ 85285

Review Process
1) Arissa Media Group must first approve the Book Proposal; 2) Next it is sent to the Editorial Committee to be accepted; and 3) Finally the Book Proposal enters into a Peer-Reviewed process, which the Review Board will decide one of three ways for every Book Proposal, that includes:

Accepted Completely
Accepted With Revisions
Not Accepted

Senior Editors

Dr. Colleen Kattau
SUNY Cortland

Dr. Caroline Kaltefleiter
SUNY Cortland

Dr. Mecke Nagel
SUNY Cortland

Anthony J. Nocella, II
SUNY Cortland

Book Series Review Board

Dr. William Armaline
San José State University

Dr. William Ayers
University of Illinois at Chicago

Dr. Judy K. C. Bentley
SUNY Cortland

Dr. Marc Bousquet
Santa Clara University

Ward Churchill
Public Intellectual

Dr. Dana Cloud
University of Texas, Austin

Dr. Jesse Cohn
Purdue University

Dr. Jason Del Gandio
Temple University

Dr. Abraham DeLeon
University of Texas, San Antonio

Dr. Janet Duncan
SUNY Cortland

Dr. Luis Fernandez
Northern Arizona University

Dr. Henry A. Giroux
McMaster University, Canada

Dr. Uri Gordon
Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, Israel

Dr. Donna Houston
Macquarie University, Australia

Dr. Ruth Kinna
Loughborough University, England

Dr. Bill Martin
DePaul University

Dr. Cary Nelson
University of Illinois

Dr. Michael Parenti
Public Intellectual

Dr. David N. Pellow
University of Minnesota

Dr. John Sorenson
Brock University, Canada

Dr. Richard White
Sheffield Hallam University, England