Submission Themes & Deadlines

Calls for Essays

Symposium: Music and Peace

Submissions Due: April 15, 2019

Under the guest editorship of Andre J.P. Elias, Assistant Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University, Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice 31(3) invites essays for a special issue on: Music and Peace.

We welcome submissions for a special issue that explores the relationship between music (and other performance genres including dance and performance art) and peace in its many forms. While we welcome authors who are musicology and ethnomusicology scholars and/or those who are involved with music conferences, such as the Society for Ethnomusicology, the majority of essays published will be from submissions by those receiving this call. We seek fresh voices as well as expert, and submissions equally from those with academic and field experience are sought. Collaborations and new perspectives are encouraged.

General themes that contributors can address in their essays include, but are not limited to, the following:

Guidelines

Submissions with quality writing are sought, free of jargon, with simple titles, without embedded footnotes and endnotes. Please refer to the submission guidelines.

Content Questions

Expression of Interest and questions to the guest editor are welcome, and may increase the chance of publication. Please direct content-based questions or concerns to the guest editor: Andre Elias, ajpelias@hkbu.edu.hk

Submissions

Essays should be sent to Peace Review no later that 5 p.m. PST on the deadline.

Publication are expected within six months of the deadline.

Send Essays

Robert Elias, Editor in Chief
Shawn Doubiago, Managing Editor
peacereview@usfca.edu
Subject Line: Music and Peace

Symposium: Health and Peace

Deadline: January 15, 2019

Under the guest editorship of Neil Arya, President of Canadian Physicians for Research and Education in Peace, Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice 31(2) invites essays for a special issue on: Health and Peace.

We welcome submissions for a special issue that explores the relationship between health and peace in its many forms. While we welcome authors who are health experts and/or those who are involved with peace/health conferences, such as Health through Peace and the PEGASUS Conference on Peace, Global Health, and Sustainability, the majority of essays published will be from submissions by those receiving this call. We seek fresh voices as well as expert, and submissions equally from those with academic and field experience are sought. Collaborations and new perspectives are encouraged.

General themes that contributors can address in their essays include, but are not limited to, the following:

Guidelines

Submissions with quality writing are sought, free of jargon, with simple titles, without embedded footnotes and endnotes. Please refer to the submission guidelines.

Content Questions

Submissions with quality writing are sought, free of jargon, with simple titles, without embedded footnotes and endnotes. Expression of Interest and questions to the guest editor are welcome, and may increase the chance of publication. Please direct content-based questions or concerns to the guest editor to the guest editor:
Neil Arya, narya@uwaterloo.ca

Submissions

Essays should be sent to Peace Review no later that 5 p.m. PST on the deadline.

Publication are expected within six months of the deadline.

Send Essays

Robert Elias, Editor in Chief
Shawn Doubiago, Managing Editor
peacereview@usfca.edu
Subject Line: Health and Peace

Call for Profiles

Soliciting authors for the “Peace Profile”

Deadline: open

We are currently soliciting authors for the “Peace Profile” section of the journal, which describes the peace or human rights work of an individual or group. This journal’s Peace Profiles have a limit of 3500 words.

Contact:
Robert Elias, Editor in Chief
eliasr@usfca.edu
Shawn Doubiago, Managing Editor
peacereview@usfca.edu
Subject Line: Peace Profile

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