Focus and Scope
Kritika Kultura is an international peer-reviewed electronic journal of language and literary/cultural studies which addresses issues relevant to the 21st century, including language, literature and cultural policy, cultural politics of representation, the political economy of language, literature and culture, pedagogy, language teaching and learning, critical citizenship, the production of cultural texts, audience reception, systems of representation, effects of texts on concrete readers and audiences, the history and dynamics of canon formation, gender and sexuality, ethnicity, diaspora, nationalism and nationhood, national liberation movements, identity politics, feminism, women’s liberation movements, and postcolonialism.
Kritika Kultura is interested in publishing a broad and international range of critical, scholarly articles on language, literary and cultural studies that appeal to academic researchers in government and private agencies and educational institutions, as well as members of the public who are concerned with exploring and examining contemporary issues in the complex nexus interconnecting language, literature, culture, and society.
Kritika Kultura seeks to promote innovative scholarship that challenges traditional canons and established perspectives and enhance work that bridges disciplinary research around the issues enumerated above, especially in the promising lines of work in Philippine, Asian, Southeast Asian, and Filipino-American studies.
International Board of Editors
Cultural Studies Institute
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Professor of Cultural Studies
Inha University, South Korea
Yale University, USA
Cultural Studies Center
Gadja Mada University, Indonesia
University of Exeter, UK
University of Chicago, USA
Yale University, USA
University of Capetown, South Africa
Dept. of Modern and European Languages
University of Pretoria, South Africa
University of Southern California, USA
National Artist for Literature
University of the Philippines
Rajeev S. Patke
Dept. of English Language and Literature
National University of Singapore
Vicente L. Rafael
University of Washington, USA
University of California, Davis
International Christian University, Japan
E. San Juan, Jr.
Philippine Cultural Studies Center, USA
Neferti X.M. Tadiar
Barnard College, USA
University of Dublin, Ireland