Journal of Indentureship and its Legacies
The Journal of Indentureship and its Legacies is a bi-annual peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Pluto Journals in partnership with the Ameena Gafoor Institute for the Study of Indentureship and its Legacies.
Print ISSN: 2634-1999 / e-ISSN: 2634-2006. The journal is hosted on Science Open and can be found here to read online.
About the Journal
The Journal of Indentureship and its Legacies is a unique and unprecedented academic space where the study of indentureship, as a distinct form of unfree labour, can be analysed in all its forms. No such Journal currently exists anywhere in the world, in spite of the critical importance of the system of indenture to world history.
Aims & Scope
The Journal publishes both academic essays on and creative responses (fiction or poetry) to the study of indentureship. The academic study of indentureship occurs under a number of disciplines (history, geography, language, linguistics, music and sociology), accordingly the Journal publishes pieces in this multi-disciplinary spirit.
The Journal is published twice a year, in June and December.
David Dabydeen (Emeritus, University of Warwick)
Tao Leigh Goffe (Cornell University)
Maria del Pilar Kaladeen (University of London)
Amar Wahab (York University)
Grace Aneiza Ali, New York University
Gaiutra Bahadur, Rutgers University
Eddie Bruce-Jones, Birbeck College, London University
Ajay Chhabra, Independent Researcher
Richard Fung, OCAD University
Andil Gosine, York University Toronto
Betty Govinden, alumna, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal
Moon-Ho Jung, University of Washington
Aliyah Khan, University of Michigan
Shivanjani Lal, Independent Researcher
Brij Lal, The Australian National University
Anne-Marie Lee-Loy, Ryerson University
Paloma Martin, University of Guyana
Heidi Safia Mirza, University of London
Nalini Mohabir, Concordia University
Patricia Mohammed, University of the West Indies
Satendra Nandan, University of Canberra
Rajrani Gobin, Mahatma Gandhi Institute
Ken Ramchand, University of the West Indies
Tina Ramnarine, Royal Holloway College, London University
Brinsley Samaroo, University of the West Indies
Nur Sobers-Khan, British Library
Janet Steel, Commonwealth International
Stephanos Stephanides, University of Cyprus
Alissa Trotz, University of Toronto
Mark Tumbridge, University of Guyana
Athol Williams University of Cape Town