JAC Online is the companion website to the print journal JAC: a forum for scholars interested in theoretical approaches to the interdisciplinary study of rhetoric, culture, and politics. Its purpose is to provide access to the JAC archives and to the audio versions of its interview series. JAC publishes four book-length issues a year, featuring articles, interviews, essays, review essays, and book reviews. The journal is peer-reviewed and sponsors four annual awards for outstanding scholarship. We receive generous financial and technological support from Illinois State University and the University of North Texas.
To browse and download archived issues of JAC, or to view the table of contents from our most recent issues, click on archives. Please be sure to note that each page within the archive has a search link that will connect you to a fully searchable version of the JAC archives made available by the UNT Digital Library. If you would like to read contributions to JAC's interview series with internationally renowned intellectuals, click on interviews. Please be sure to note the link on this page that allows you to listen to the digitzed audio versions of these interviews. If you would like to access information concerning JAC's submission guidelines, click on submissions. Information on how to subscribe to JAC is available under the subscriptions link. If you know that you would like to set up a JAC account, fill out the following form and a member of JAC's editorial staff will contact you. If you would like to contact a member of the JAC staff concerning questions you might have about the print journal or its online companion, please click on editorial staff. Finally, if you would like information about the annual JAC awards, click on awards.
If you have questions about securing permissions for scholarly projects, please contact our Senior Editor, Julie Jung.