This is the home of the Journal of British Identities, our free peer-reviewed, open access, online interdisciplinary journal.
Published once a year, JBI aims to encourage public conversations about Britishness and we welcome contributions from researchers of all backgrounds, including submissions from the public outwith academia, and from early career academics and students.
JBI provides a forum for research on representations of British identities and the study of identities within the British Isles, the ‘Atlantic archipelago’, and the broader British world. The journal consists of traditional academic articles, opinion pieces, reviews, interviews, ‘Notes and Queries’, photographic and video essays and other critical and creative responses to British identities.
You can read our first issue here.
You can find more information about submissions (including our style guide) here.