JMCH Aims & Scope
The Journal of Motorsport Culture & History aims to provide quality motorsport based academic research based on cultural or historical inquiries. Issues will be released twice per year in April and October, starting in October of 2019. Manuscripts will be subject to a desk review for fit, and a double-blind peer review for quality and rigor. Student authors are encouraged to submit their research as well.
The scope of JMCH includes, but is not limited to, motorsport research or interpretive essays within: sociology, cultural studies, communication studies, and history (books & newspapers, films, movies, radio & television, museum exhibits, resource guides).
The Journal of Motorsport Culture & History is an open access, Non-Commercial 4.0 Internationally Publicly Licensed based journal, in which content is freely available to individuals and institutions. Users of JMCH are not allowed to use items for commercial purposes, and must give proper attribution to JMCH when using said materials. Further, there will be no embargo period for accepted and published manuscripts. Journal readers are encouraged to use, read, distribute, and/or link to these materials with proper attribution. Users must fully read, understand, and appreciate elements of the licensing agreement.