Call for Submissions: Section on HR Fall 2017 Newsletter – “Rights Under Siege”

Dear Section on Human Rights Members,

We invite you to submit pieces for the fall 2017 section newsletter, “Rights Under Siege.” The attack on human rights has multiple fronts: it is a security issue and an immigration one. It is the ban on the trans gender community, Muslims, and the undocumented.  It is the attack on gender and sexual equity, communities of color, indigenous communities, and undocumented migrants. We would love to read personal accounts of challenging the siege on human rights in the twenty-first century and teaching in a time of siege.

We welcome: Interviews, personal accounts, research pieces, scholarly articles, teaching notes, and grassroots notes.

Contribution/Submission types

The co-editors invite members of our community to submit short pieces that broadly align with the following forms of contributions:

Feature Articles: Articles that highlight research, teaching, or engagement relevant to human rights. Each newsletter will have at least one Feature Article.

Research Notes: Brief reflections on research studies related to human rights. Notes could focus on the methodology, the findings, the dissemination of findings, etc.

Teaching Notes: Brief reflections on teaching about human rights in undergraduate or graduate classrooms. Tips and classroom activities are especially welcome.

Grassroots Notes: Reflections, stories, and advice pertaining to engagement with local organizations, policymakers, and/or grassroots activists.

Publications & Announcements: Recently published a book, article, or paper that the human rights section members should read? Have news or an opportunity that you would like to share with the human rights community?  Submit it to the co-editors.

PhDs on the Market: Submit a 250 word max blurb about yourself! Students and recent PhDs are encouraged to submit.

Deadline

The Fall 2017 issue deadline is October 1, 2017.

How to submit:

We accept 800 – 1,000 word submissions formatted in American Sociological Association style. Resources for the style guide may be found here: http://www.asanet.org/sites/default/files/savvy/documents/teaching/pdfs/Quick_Tips_for_ASA_Style.pdf. To submit, attention to the newsletter co-editors: Dr. Hollie Nyseth Brehm (brehm.84@osu.edu) and Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima (a.fukushima@utah.edu).

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