Based from the theme of the 5th International Conference on Hate Studies– “Building Peace through Dialogue, Kindness, and Forgiveness”, full paper submissions for Volume 16 of the Journal for Hate Studies should represent original or substantially original work not previously published elsewhere, as well as be consistent with the accepted proposal.
Final contributions should be no more than 6,000 words in length (not including the title page, abstract and reference pages), and formatted according to the APA 6th Edition. Full papers should be uploaded to the Journal for Hate Studies website (https://jhs.press.gonzaga.edu/ ) no later than May 31, 2019. Final manuscripts should include strategies, action steps or recommendations for individuals, organizations/groups and/or communities as a part of the work. Articles will be double blind peer reviewed and vetted by the Editorial Board for the Journal of Hate Studies for alignment with Gonzaga University and Institute for Hate Studies missions.
Preference will be given to submissions that engage one or more of the following themes:
• Strategies for engaging different communities in conversations and joint action to support social justice and equity.
• Innovative or demonstrably effective responses to acts of hate or bias (e.g. racial bias, homophobia, religious intolerance etc.) committed within schools, organizations, communities, at the national level or governments,
• Innovative or demonstrably effective responses to global structures that advance peace, acceptance, tolerance, and justice.
• The leader or leadership role of specific sectors and vocations (law enforcement, non-profit organizations, primary and secondary education, higher education, business, etc.) in challenging individual or organized activities, practices, and/or policies of hatred or intolerance (e.g. hate speech, hate/bias crime).
• Solutions and/or strategies for changing policies, laws, and practices that sustain or encourage hate, intolerance, or inequality, that help build effective cross-sector relations for change/reform.
• Context-specific or comparative analyses of manifestations of hate or intolerance within or across cultures and countries.
The Journal of Hate Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by Gonzaga University’s Institute for Hate Studies. JHS is committed to excellence and innovation in the scholarly study of hate and to providing a forum for discussing research-based practices to combat hate. Please visit http://gonzaga.edu/hatestudies for additional information.
For questions or additional information, please connect the managing editors Dr. Kem Gambrell (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Lazarina Topuzova (email@example.com). For author guidelines and submission information: https://jhs.press.gonzaga.edu/about/submissions/
Posted on 02 Apr 2019