South Asian Review – a Taylor & Francis Publication

South Asian Review, a refereed journal of the South Asian Literary Association (est. 1976), presents an international scholarly forum for the discussion and evaluation of South Asian languages, literatures, culture, and arts in postcolonial context. The journal publishes 4 issues every year. For subscription details, please visit the journal here at Taylor & Francis Online.

SAR welcomes submissions from any theoretical or critical perspective meant for an audience from various disciplines and written in clear and persuasive prose.

Areas of Interest to the Journal

  • South Asian Literatures
  • South Asian Languages
  • South Asian Studies
  • South Asian Culture
  • Comparative Aesthetic
  • Literary Theory
  • South Asian Diaspora
  • Cultural Studies
  • Colonial Studies
  • Postcolonial Studies
  • Comparative Literature
  • Women’s Studies
  • Film Studies
  • Transcultural Studies

For journal information, instructions for authors, and other details please visit the South Asian Review homepage at Taylor & Francis Online. Scholars who wish to publish in South Asian Review should submit through the journal’s dedicated Editorial Manager site. Authors should follow the journal’s requirements in style and length to ensure that manuscripts can move through peer review, production and publication smoothly. Instructions for authors that detail these requirements can be found here, so please take the time to read and follow them as closely as possible.

If you would like to have your book reviewed, please send a copy to Dr. Pallavi Rastogi at the address listed below:

Pallavi Rastogi
Department of English
260 Allen Hall
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge
LA 70803