PACHA. Journal of Contemporary Studies of the Global South, is a peer-reviewed publication that publishes 3 issues per year (April, August, December), examines the problems of the Global South, understood as the resistant imaginary of a transnational political subject that results from a shared experience of subjugation under contemporary global capitalism.
As this is a permanent and open call, there is no specific deadline, authors may submit their papers at any time. Submitted papers will be reviewed as soon as possible. Accepted papers will be included in the next available issue of the journal.
Your submission should reflect the ‘Author Guidelines’ (see guidelines).
The journal seeks to publish articles that address spaces, peoples, and experiences of those negatively affected by contemporary capitalist globalization (Latin America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East).
Articles on economic development issues, political economy, agriculture, planning, the working class, people’s movements, politics and power, imperialism and empire, international financial institutions, the environment, and economic history, among others, portraying the temporality of the Global South are welcome.
For PACHA, an important objective is to publish the work of researchers based in the Global South, professors from the main research centers, as well as the work of young researchers
The journal accepts original, previously unpublished papers in Spanish, English, and Portuguese, which are the product of a research or a review and which are not being evaluated by other scientific journals, either in print or electronic form.