Hostos Assistant Professor of History Kristopher Burrell was recently named an Associate Editor at the Ethnic Studies Review, a premier journal in the field of Ethnic Studies that has been in existence since 1978 and is published by University of California Press.

Professor Burrell became affiliated with the Ethnic Studies Review in April 2018 through a friend at the CUNY Graduate Center who was then serving as an Associate Editor and presently as Editor-in-Chief. Burrell officially began his duty as Associate Editor in January 2020.
“I’m excited to be part of the editorial team at the Ethnic Studies Review because I get to support the continuation of important scholarship and commentary in ethnic studies being produced in the U.S. and around the world, as a member of the editorial team at Ethnic Studies Review. I am also looking to expand potential opportunities for publication amongst my Hostos and CUNY colleagues, as well as for my professional networks beyond CUNY. I also look forward to learning a great deal, both from the opportunity to read so much new scholarship and the chance to learn about the publication process from the inside,” shared Burrell.
About Ethnic Studies Review (ESR) is the official publication of the Association for Ethnic Studies. From its inception, Ethnic Studies Review has provided a venue and forum for all interested in and committed to Ethnic Studies, and remains committed to this inclusivity. ESR is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary journal. As such, the journal publishes peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, commentary, and creative works by artists, educators, community leaders and organizations, independent scholars and researchers, on all aspects of Ethnic Studies. Topics and subjects addressed by the journal include, but not limited to social movements, migration, media and communication, and issues of importance to disparate communities.