Call for Papers: Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy
Call for Papers Deadline:
Call for Papers
The Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy facilitates informed public policy decision-making processes by providing sound innovative analyses and solutions to the problems facing the African American community.
The goal of the Harvard Journal’s 2002-3 issue is to feature original articles on a variety of subjects that affect public policy for Africans and African Americans. Among its objectives, the Harvard Journal seeks to:
provide an arena for sound, innovative and solution-oriented discourse on issues affecting the African and African American communities
encourage scholarship and communication among academics, policy makers and practitioners with an interest in African and African American issues
improve the public policy process by integrating the experiences of Africans and African Americans into the formulation, implementation and evaluation of public policy
Potential subjects that will be considered for publication include:
Primary and Secondary Education
Prisons & Punishment
The Digital Divide
Pan-Africanism and Globalization
Civil Liberties and September 11
We encourage representatives from all policy areas, academic disciplines and related organizations to submit manuscripts for publication. In addition to articles, the Harvard Journal features essays, lectures, speeches, community-based initiative profiles, symposia, position papers and book reviews.
Submit 3 copies of your manuscript to the address below. Any questions should be sent via e-mail. Submissions may also be sent electronically.
Manuscripts should be received by September 30, 2002
Type manuscripts on one-sided 8.5”x11” paper in 12 point,
double spaced font.
Manuscripts are not to exceed 50 double-spaced pages.
Include an article abstract of no more than 100 words.
Use Chicago MLA Citation Style for footnotes.
Include an electronic copy on a 3.5” floppy diskette.
Include a cover page with author’s name, 50-word biography,
and article title.
Dr. Kim Williams, Faculty Advisor, Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy
Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy
John F. Kennedy School of Government
79 John F. Kennedy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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