Boom: A Journal of California
Written in a scholarly but accessible fashion, Boom is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal published by the University of California Press. It aims to create a dialog about the vital social, cultural, and political issues of our time. Thoughtful, provocative, and at times playful, Boom speaks not only to the scholarly community but also to the broader public, in California and beyond.
Headed by editors Carolyn de la Peña, professor of American Studies at UC Davis and director of the Davis Humanities Institute, and Louis Warren, UC Davis’ W. Turrentine Jackson Professor of Western U.S. History, the journal includes a wide range of works, including two to three scholarly articles forming the gravitational center of each issue, and setting the foundation for other shorter, often informal works.
For free articles from the pages of the Boom, Web-exclusive content, and periodic special offers, please visit www.boomcalifornia.com or subscribe to Boom through the University of California Press.
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