NEW Themed Issue!  "Late Identity" - Out Now!

In this Spring 2017 themed issue by eds. Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang, authors trouble the future of identity frames in critical ethnic studies in order to question whether identity is worthwhile to retain, or if the distinct (and varied) political concerns of critical ethnic studies push us beyond the its premises. Preview the Table of Contents and subscribe below!

Click to read Tuck & Yang's Introduction to the CES 3.1 Themed Issue "Late Identity."

And check out this issue's special conversational piece, curated by Sam Spady, "Reflections on Late Identity: In Conversation with Melanie J. Newton, Nirmala Erevelles, Kim TallBear, Rinaldo Walcott, and Dean Itsuji Saranillio"


A subscription is free with membership in the Critical Ethnic Studies Association (cheapest option!). You will get digital access to all CES issues, including this vol.3.1 special issue.

Click here for subscriptions (not linked to CESA membership)

Click here for institution subscriptions (accessed via JSTOR)

Institutional Subscription Rates

  • Print only: $125, add $5 for non-USA shipping addresses
  • Digital only: $125 through JSTOR
  • Digital and print bundle: $187.50 through JSTOR, add $5 for non-USA shipping addresses

Volume 3, Issue 1 -- Late Identity (Table of Contents)