Harvard Human Rights Journal Call for Book Reviews
The Harvard Human Rights Journal would like to let you all know about a great opportunity to get your writing published, as well as to remind you of the continuing awesome opportunity to pick up some free human rights books.
We hope to to publish a series of book reviews on the journal’s website, beginning as soon as next month. We will be prioritizing the work of HHRJ members, though the invitation is open to all students, and we plan to publish regularly. If you missed the summer deadline or simply didn’t have the time, this is your second chance to review something you’ve already read. Or check out the attached annotated list (complete with covers!) of all the books we still have available at the HHRJ office on the 3rd floor of WCC. All of them are just waiting for a loving home and (not necessarily loving) reviewer. But don’t let that limit you! If any human rights books you’re eager to review are not on the list, we’re happy to accommodate. Just run the title past us before you start.
Book notes should be between about 700 and 1,000 words in length, but the website allows for a lot more flexibility than the published format, so don’t hesitate to ask about writing more or less. The deadline for submissions will be the end of J-Term (January 24).
Any questions about the writing process should be directed to the student writing editors, Tess (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jeff (email@example.com).
Any questions about the website publishing process should be directed to the online editors, Travis (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jewel (email@example.com).