Arizona Quarterly publishes articles from a variety of scholarly approaches to canonical and noncanonical works of American literatures and film. The journal sponsors an annual symposium, bringing together senior scholars, advisory board members, and newly established academics, to renew our commitment to the study of American texts.
The online edition of Arizona Quarterly is published by Project MUSE, produced by the Johns Hopkins University Press.
Third Annual AZQ Essay Prize
The editors are pleased to announce that Hiroyuki Inoue has been awarded the 2015 Arizona Quarterly Essay Prize for “‘Five Hundred Year Map’: History and Counter-Mapping in Almanac of the Dead."