Colloquy is an open access journal published twice annually by postgraduate students in the Literary and Cultural Studies Graduate Research Program at Monash University.
We publish articles from across the theoretical humanities, including literary and cultural studies, critical theory, continental philosophy, film and television studies, communication and media studies, and performance studies. We also publish translations, creative writing and book reviews. All work, except for book reviews, is double-blind peer reviewed.
Colloquy is presently seeking unsolicited submissions for 2019 general issues. Please see our submissions page for details.
The latest issue of Colloquy was published in December 2018: issue 35/36.
This is special double issue on utopia, dystopia and science fiction, edited by a team of postgraduate students from Monash University and the University of Warwick. The issue arises from (Un)Ethical Futures, which was a three-day interdisciplinary conference exploring the ethical concerns of utopia, dystopia and science fiction held in Melbourne, Australia on 15–17 December 2017. The conference was a collaboration between Monash University, the University of Warwick, and Colloquy: Text, Theory, Critique. For more on the conference, visit: http://sites.google.com/monash.edu/utopias
Colloquy has an active team of postgraduate editors who are essential to the operation of the journal. We encourage current Monash University postgraduates who are interested in becoming involved to contact the editors in chief.