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[ALBSA-Info] Call for papers

aalibali at law.harvard.edu aalibali at law.harvard.edu
Mon Jun 11 06:47:05 EDT 2001


From: "Thomas Cushman" <tcushman at wellesley.edu> | 
         
 


CALL FOR PAPERS

Xenophobia

HUMAN RIGHTS REVIEW


Human Rights Review is an interdisciplinary, 
quarterly  journal 
published
by Transaction Publishers.  The journal, now in its
third year of
publication,   seeks  a new level of integration of 
social - 
scientific
information, theory, philosophy, history, and critical
perspectives in 
the
study of human rights.  Reflecting the growing
interest in the
relationship between globalization and human rights,
Human Rights 
Review 
is international in scope.    Human Rights Review
welcomes topics not
traditionally covered in the existing literature on
human rights, as 
well
as attending to practical and policy dimensions of
human rights issues.   
HRR  welcomes submissions in a variety of formats,
including essays,
scholarly articles,  critical reviews of existing
literature,  and
interviews.  

Human Rights Review  seeks articles for a special
issue on 
"Xenophobia". 
The global intensification and expansion of movement
of people across
borders has elicited a variety of political, economic,
and cultural
reactions.  These responses range from benign attempts
to protect 
certain
ways of life to more serious and often violent
responses which are 
meant
to do harm to "outsiders."  Human Rights Review
invites articles which
examine any aspect  of xenophobia. In particular, we
are interested in
case studies of xenophobia in particular countries or
areas of the 
world;
comparative studies of xenophobia;   analyses of
xenophobic  state
responses to outsiders; and theoretical and
philosophical analysis of 
the
phenomenon of xenophobia. Human Rights Review is
committed to expanding
interdisciplinary discourse on human rights. Toward
that end, 
submissions
by scholars in a diversity of fields are sought for
this issue.  
Queries
to the Editor are especially welcome and encouraged. 

All articles should be a maximum of 30 pages,  double
spaced,  and 
include
a title page with  the  author’s current position and
contact 
information.
  A  style sheet, as well as more general information
about Human 
Rights
Review can be found at the website: 
http://www.wellesley.edu/Sociology/HRRindex.html.  It
is the
responsibility of authors  to ensure that articles are
in  proper HRR 
format before publication. 

Manuscripts under simultaneous submission elsewhere or
materials that 
have
already been published will not be considered. 
Authors should send two
copies of  articles  as well as a disk copy, in
Microsoft Word format 
to: 
Thomas Cushman,  Editor, Human  Rights Review ,
Wellesley College, 106
Central Street, Wellesley, MA 02481. Email submissions
are especially
encouraged and should be marked  "Xenophobia Issue" in
the subject 
line. 
Please send electronic submissions and queries  to:
hrr at wellesley.edu.  

The deadline for submissions is November 1, 2001 





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