ANNUAL · 8.5 x 11 · 100 PAGES/ISSUE · ISSN 0083-7407 · E-ISSN 2475-8825
Established in 1962, The Textile Museum Journal is the leading publication for the exchange of textile scholarship in North America. The peer-reviewed journal promotes high-quality research on the cultural, technical, historical, and aesthetic significance of textiles from Asian, African, and indigenous American cultures. Last issued in 2004, the journal resumed annual publication in an online format in 2017, thanks to a Founding Patron gift from the Markarian Foundation.
The Textile Museum Journal promotes high-quality academic research on the textile arts and serves as an interface between different branches of academia and textile scholars worldwide. It is devoted to the presentation of scholarly articles concerning the cultural, technical, historical, and aesthetic significance of textiles. The journal is international in scope with emphasis on the cultures represented in The Textile Museum's collections (Asian, African, and indigenous American).
We invite authors to submit manuscripts or themed proposals based on original research of a documentary, analytical, or interpretive nature. Acceptance of manuscripts or proposals for publication is based upon double-blind peer review. Submissions should be both scholarly and accessible to a broad readership. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.
Download submission guidelines for manuscripts (.pdf)
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All submissions must follow the Chicago Manual of Style for endnotes.
Late August: Submission deadline for the following year’s volume
Early September to mid-January: Peer-review process
Late January to mid-March: Manuscript revisions
Late March: Deadline for revised manuscripts
Early April to late June: Editing
Early July to late September: Design and production
October: Print and online release
Please email manuscripts to email@example.com.
Editor In Chief
Sumru Belger Krody
Senior Curator, The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum
Librarian, Arthur D. Jenkins Library, George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum