Take a look at Genomics, Society and Policy — a new peer reviewed online journal initiated by the Economic and Social Research Council’s Centre for Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics (CESAGen) in Lancaster/Cardiff. The aim is
to provide an outlet for interdisciplinary research on the social, ethical and legal aspects of genomics and related emergent technologies such as nanotechnology and stem cell research. GSP welcomes submissions from sociological, philosophical, anthropological, legal, historical and other perspectives. We welcome submissions concerned with human medical issues, environmental impacts, human/animal relations and animal ethics. The journal will from time to time have themed special issues.
Sounds good! I wonder if they will accept papers about the material history of genomics? Or the public engagement in ditto? It’s definitely worth trying.