Arissa Media Group

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arissa logoArissa Media Group (AMG) a project of the Institute for Critical Animal Studies, housed in the Department of Sociology at Fort Lewis College, is an all-volunteer collective sharing the voices in social justice you won’t hear anywhere else. Rather than pursuing popular or privileged writers, we strive to work with authors whose scholarship, ideas, and stories wouldn’t otherwise be published. Our publications span a range of social justice issues because we are passionate about fighting all forms of oppression and finding intersections wherever possible. AMG peer-reviews all works and favors nuanced but jargon-free writing that stresses praxis.

The peer-review process includes (1) an anonymous review of two or more scholars with doctorates and who have an expertise in the submitted proposal’s field prior to the (2) book contract and (3) another anonymous review of two or more scholars with doctorates and who have an expertise in the finalized manuscript’s field prior to (4) page layout for print and formatting.
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STAFF

  • Dr. Erik Juergensmeyer, Fort Lewis College
    Submissions and Review Editor
    juergensmeyer_e[@]fortlewis.edu
  • TBA
    Layout Editor
  • Dr. Johnny Lupinacci, Washington State University
    Managing Editor
    jlupinacci[@]gmail.com
  • Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II, Fort Lewis College
    Acquisitions Editor
    nocellat[@]yahoo.com
  • Dr. Joe Leeson-Schatz, Binghamton University
    Inventory and Distribution Manager
    debate[@]binghamton.edu
  • Dr. Amber George, Cornell University
    Treasurer
    amber.george[@]cortland.edu

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PEER-REVIEWERS

  • Dr. David Pellow, Sociology and Environmental Justice
    University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Dr. Kim Socha, Critical Animal Studies, English, and Literature
    Normandale Community College
  • Dr. Rose Brewer, African-American Studies, Race, Gender, and Class
    University of Minnesota
  • Dr. Waziyatawin, Native American, Transnational Feminism, Colonialism, Indigenous movements
  • Dr. Nancy Heitzeg, Sociology, Women and Gender Studies, and Race and Ethnic Studies
    Catherine University
  • Dr. Mechthild Nagel, Philosophy, Race and Ethnic Studies, and Women and Gender Studies
    SUNY Cortland
  • Dr. Judy K. C. Bentley, Education and Disability Studies
    SUNY Cortland
  • Dr. Brian McKenna, Medical Anthropology, Environmental Health, and Native American Studies
    University of Michigan, Dearborn
  • Dr. David Gabbard, Foundations of Education, Critical Pedagogy, Anarchist Studies, and Curriculum
    Boise State University
  • Dr. Caroline Kaltefleiter, Communication, Journalism, Women and Gender Studies, and Anarchist Studies
    SUNY Cortland
  • Dr. Peter McLaren, Foundations of Education, Critical Pedagogy, Neoliberal Studies, and Critical Studies
    Chapman University
  • Dr. Michael Loadenthal, Peace and Conflict Studies, Terrorism Studies, Critical Animal Studies, Justice Studies, and Gender Studies
    Miami University (Oxford, Ohio)
  • Dr. Paul J. Magnarella, J.D., Human Rights, and Peace and Conflict Studies
    Warren Wilson College
  • Dr. Richard  White, Critical Animal Studies, Anarchist Studies, Economic Geography, and Activism
    Sheffield Hallam University
  • Dr. Nancy M. Rourke, Catholic Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies
    Canisius College
  • Dr. Joseph Rayle, Peace and Conflict Studies, Foundations of Education, Pedagogy, Peace Education, Race, Class and Gender
    SUNY Cortland

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