|Editor-in-Chief:||Mike Stocz, University of New Hampshire|
|Managing Editor:||Alonzo Maestas, University of New Mexico|
|Associate Editors:||Mark Howell, Northwestern Michigan College||Timothy Robeers, University of Antwerp|
Welcome to the Journal of Motorsport Culture & History!
The Journal of Motorsport Culture & History aims to provide quality motorsport-based academic research based on cultural or historical inquiries. Issues will be released annually in November, starting in November 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.
Call for Papers!
The Journal of Motorsport Culture & History is currently accepting academic papers on cultural and historical inquiries on motorsport. Papers may include, but are not limited to, motorsport research on sociology, cultural studies, communication studies, and history. We invite all works to enter into our peer review process!
See the Aims and Scope for more information about the Journal of Motorsport Culture & History.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2020) Argetsinger Symposium Special Edition
IntroductionWe welcome you to the Argetsinger Symposium Special Edition of JMCH! In response to the global pandemic of Covid-19, we, the editors of JMCH, decided to bring the research of the Argetsinger Symposium to life for the 2020 year in lieu of in-person attendance. We hope you enjoy the articles contained within, and consider submitting to JMCH in the future!
An Introduction to the Michael R. Argetsinger Symposium Issue for the Journal of Motorsport Culture & History
Duke Argetsinger and Mike Stocz