The LLC Review is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of theory, practice, and research concerning the ways that social structure, social cultural assumptions, and language use affect interactions between members of different social and cultural groups and impact upon educational and training programs, communication systems, public policy formation and organization and management.
For its regular annual issues, the LLC Review encourages submissions by graduates and currently enrolled students in the Language Literacy and Culture Doctoral Program in a variety of cross-disciplinary topics, both theoretical and practical. These issues are published in June and contain articles, book reviews, and brief reports of current research.
Starting in winter 2009/2010, the LLC Review will be publishing special issues each devoted to a particular topic within the interdisciplinary realm of language, literacy and culture. These special issues are guest-edited and open to submissions from Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows from outside the LLC program.
The LLC Review Editors
Anissa Sorokin and Eunju Chung Chen
Dr. Jennifer Maher (English Department)
Submission guidelines for annual issues (click here)
Submission guidelines for special issues (click here)