THE DISESTABLISHMENTARIAN is a graduate student journal aimed at disseminating publications unconstrained by traditional, divisive practices of scholarly knowledge creation. We believe that the practice of creating knowledge in atomized sectors of expertise has reached a point at which it is no longer useful for addressing the rapidly evolving problems and potentials of our age.
The journal is strongly interdisciplinary and intended for emerging scholars of social and cultural analysis. The journal is published annually under the editorial direction of graduate students of sociology and anthropology at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada.
THE DISESTABLISHMENTARIAN strives to create an environment in which graduate students [and other researchers] can unite theoretical and methodological approaches and create productive connections between the ways of knowing and creating knowledge unique to diverse disciplines.
We welcome submissions from a wide range of disciplines that encompasses a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches which addresses social and cultural issues. The journal provides an arena of apprenticeship in the process of research, peer review and publication. Contributors, reviewers and the editorial board are composed of emerging scholars in order to provide development opportunities at every level of the publication process.