About the Journal
Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City (JRE) is dedicated to advancing our collective knowledge about how race and ethnicity shape our cities and neighborhoods and inform our urban experiences on a global scale, and, in turn, how urbanization contributes to the social construction of race and ethnicity. JRE explicitly focuses on race, ethnicity, and other vectors of identity in an urban context, addressing the enduring and increasing conflicts related to these topics in modern urbanized societies. The journal provides a venue for scholars, irrespective of discipline, to contribute to the resolution of these societal challenges through consistent discourse, and development of new ideas and understandings of racial and ethnic dynamics.
Read more about the journal’s aims and scope.
JRE welcomes articles from all disciplines and interdisciplinary fields across the globe.
These include, but are not limited to:
Urban Studies · Urban Planning · Geography · Political Science · Sociology · Anthropology
Social Work · Education · Native American Studies · Middle Eastern Studies
Latin American Studies · Urban Economics · Urban Management
Public Administration · Public Health · Asian Studies
Asian-American Studies · African Studies
African-American Studies · European Studies
Latinx Studies · Latin American Studies
The Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City (JRE) is a peer-reviewed journal of the Urban Affairs Association.