The Harvard Kennedy School Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) invites established and emerging scholars, including students, researchers, journalists, advocates, organizers, artists, and policy practitioners to submit work related to policy issues facing the latinx community in the United States.
The theme of the 2020 volume, “Latinx Power and Representation,” will highlight timely policy issues at the center of Latinx and Hispanic political and cultural power. The volume intends to offer a perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing different groups within the Latinx community to achieve, reclaim, and exercise power in today’s context. HJHP is accepting research articles, commentaries, book and film reviews, artwork, opinion pieces, and blog submissions relevant to the latinx community in the United States. All submissions must be the author’s original work.
Our deadline for submissions is December 31st, 2019.
Print submissions must adhere to the Chicago Manual of Style formatting guidelines; footnote citations are not permitted.In addition, please note the following standards:
How to Submit:
Prospective contributors can submit their work for consideration through the following form: bit.ly/submitjhp . Each submission should include a cover letter with author’s (1) full name, (2) mailing address, (3) e-mail address, (4) phone number, (5) abridged biography of no more than 300 words, and (6) a professional headshot. Selected authors for both print and digital submissions may be asked to perform additional fact-checking or editing before publication; compliance with these procedures is required for publication.
Founded in 1985, HJHP is the oldest student-run academic journal at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and one of the premiere publications in the nation focused on the public policy issues that impact the U.S. latinx community. A nonpartisan review, HJHP seeks a wide range of submissions for print and web publication. HJHP’s website provides a platform for rapid, relevant dissemination of timely policy perspectives, while the annual print edition continues our strong 30-year tradition of rigorous policy analysis.
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