The Journal of Posthumanism has been accepted for indexing in Scopus.
We are thrilled to announce that the Journal of Posthumanism has been accepted for indexing in Scopus. This achievement underscores the dedication and excellence of our entire scholarly community, which has steadfastly supported the journal's mission.
The Journal of Posthumanism was launched in 2020 as an international peer-reviewed journal and has served as a platform for fostering innovative research across diverse fields, encompassing the social sciences, humanities, arts, and STEM.
In addition to Scopus, our journal is also abstracted and indexed in several databases, including the Modern Language Association (MLA), Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals (NSD), RePEc, Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL), and Sherpa RoMEO.
This accomplishment would not have been possible without the outstanding contributions of our authors, who have shared their groundbreaking insights, our dedicated reviewers, who have meticulously assessed the quality of submissions, and our devoted editors, who have guided the journal's vision. As we continue on this journey, we extend our gratitude to everyone who has played a role in making the Journal of Posthumanism a platform for advancing interdisciplinary discussions and shaping the discourse on the posthuman condition. We eagerly anticipate further engagement with our global community to deepen our understanding of the complex interactions between humanity, technology, and the natural world.