Call for Book Reviews

Dialogue is always looking for experienced academics to review new books. We are actively seeking reviews for the following books:

  1. Allen, Craig. Univision, Telemundo, and the Rise of Spanish-Language Television in the United States. Florida.
  2. Allen, Paul V. I Can Read It All by Myself: The Beginner Books Story (University Press of Mississippi)
  3. Donnar, Glen. Troubling Masculinities. Mississippi.
  4. Dunnin, Stefanie K. Black to Nature: Pastoral Return and African American Culture (University Press of Mississippi)
  5. Dorney, John; Regan, Jessica; and Salinsky, Tom. Best Pick A Journey through Film History. Rowman & Littlefield
  6. Frymus, Agatha. Damsels and Divas. Rutgers.
  7. Giannini, Erin. Supernatural: A History of Television’s Unearthly Road Trip. Rowman & Littlefield
  8. Gomer, Justin. White Balance. UNC.
  9. Gonzalez, Aston. Visualizing Equality. UNC.
  10. Ingle, Zachary and Sutera, David M. The 100 Greatest Superhero Films and TV Shows. Rowman & Littlefield UNDER REVIEW
  11. Lee, Susanna. Detectives in the Shadows. Johns Hopkins.
  12. Mahdi, Waleed F. Arab Americans in Film. Syracuse.
  13. Manno, Andrew. Toxic Masculinity, Casino Capitalism, and America’s Favorite Card Game. Palgrave.
  14. Mitchell, James G. Watching in Tongues. Vernon. 2021.
  15. Pfeiffer, Julie. Transforming Girls: The Work of Nineteenth-Century Adolescence. University Press of Mississippi
  16. Samuel, Michael. Northern Exposure A Cultural History. Rowman & Littlefield
  17. Turzi, Mariano. The International Politics of Superheroes. Rowman & Littlefield
  18. White, E.J. A Unified Theory of Cats on the Internet. Stanford.

Guidelines for Reviews – short articles reviewing books, films, games, conferences, etc. as they relate to popular culture and/or pedagogy

  • MLA or APA format
  • Length: 1,200-1,800 (inclusive of endnotes and citations)
  • Editorial review
  • To be considered for online first publication

Contact to coordinate writing a book review for the journal.