Congratulations to many of our journals on their 10th Anniversary!

In 2023 eight of our journals will be celebrating ten years with Intellect.

We would like to thanks all of our editors for their tireless dedication over the years, and for the fantastic content that they have produced across a range of disciplines.

These journals include Fashion, Style & Popular CultureCritical Studies in Men's FashionClothing CulturesInternational Journal of Fashion StudiesJournal of Contemporary Chinese ArtDance, Movement & Spiritualities, Journal of Urban Cultural Studies and Journal of Illustration.

For more information about these journals read on below.


Fashion, Style & Popular Culture is a peer-reviewed journal specifically dedicated to the area of fashion scholarship's interfacings with popular culture. It was established to provide an interdisciplinary environment for fashion academics and practitioners to publish innovative scholarship in all aspects of fashion and popular culture relating to design, textiles, production, promotion, consumption and appearance-related products and services. Sponsored by Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.   Special Issue: ‘#BlackLivesMatter: Fashion, Style & Aesthetics’ All content from this issue is available Open Access from Ingenta!   Follow FSPC on: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Critical Studies in Men's Fashion is the first peer-reviewed journal to focus exclusively on men's dress as a means of examining the tangible and intangible aspects of creating and maintaining appearance. The journal discusses gender, identity, sexuality, culture, marketing and business. All articles are double-blind peer reviewed. Theoretical and empirical scholarship in the form of original articles, reports and media reviews is welcome.

This peer-reviewed journal brings together discourses pertinent to the study of dress practices, analysing and discussing clothing in all its guises, from design and manufacture to shops and shopping. It explores the dressed and undressed body in both local and global contexts.

A journal founded by Emanuela Mora, Agnès Rocamora and Paolo Volonté. The International Journal of Fashion Studies is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that fosters the worldwide diffusion of fashion studies. Published bi-annually, the journal invites articles on all aspects of fashion as a social, cultural, historical and aesthetic phenomenon. Although the journal is open to contributions submitted in English, its principal aim is to be a platform for fashion studies developed by non-English speakers.

The Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art seeks to explore the relationship between contemporary art and Chinese cultural identity in its broadest sense. This peer-reviewed journal provides a forum for critical debate into Zhongguo dangdai yishu, the ‘avant-garde', experimental and museum-based visual art produced as part of the liberalization of culture that has taken place within mainland China since 1978. It also explores works produced by artists of non-Chinese ethnicity who live and work within Chinese contexts or whose work has a strong relationship to Chinese culture, society and history. This journal was established in 2014 by Founding Editor Paul Gladston.

Dance, Movement & Spiritualities explores the relationship between spirituality, dance and movement. This peer-reviewed journal disseminates the ideas and findings of practitioners and researchers who are actively and creatively working with spirituality. Articles may range from performance praxis and analysis, composition and aesthetics, dance movement psychotherapy, community practice and holistic pedagogies.  

This peer-reviewed journal provides in-depth exploration of the cultural aspects of urban life and the representation of cities in cultural products. It explores the intersection of humanities and social sciences, including essays that balance individual cultural/artistic product(s) with social-science urban approaches.

The Journal of Illustration provides an international forum for scholarly research and investigation of a range of cultural, political, philosophical, historical, and contemporary issues, in relation to illustration. This peer-reviewed journal encourages new critical writing on illustration, associated visual communication, and the role of the illustrator as maker, visualizer, thinker, and facilitator, within a wide variety of disciplines and professional contexts.