The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law (IJHRL) is an annual, peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the Council for American Students in International Negotiations. The journal invites quality book reviews from scholars, jurists, and professionals in fields related to human rights.
The deadline for submissions is July 15, 2011.
Book reviews may run from 1,000 to 2,500 words in length and should review books dealing with a topic relating to human rights that have been published in late 2010-2011.
Submissions must be computer generated in MS Word and submitted electronically in .doc format via e-mail or Berkeley Electronic Pressâ€™s ExpressO submission service. Each submission should contain an abstract of no more than 150 words, a CV, appropriate contact information and a cover letter to the editor assuring that the book review has not been submitted or published elsewhere. Book reviews should cite sources in standard American legal format according to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
Submissions are subject to external, double-blind peer review. Additionally, authors are encouraged to seek comments on their book reviews from colleagues within their discipline.
Submissions and other editorial correspondence should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit: http://www.americanstudents.us/journals/ijhrl/
The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law (IJHRL) is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal designed to address international human rights issues more broadly. The journal’s editorial advisory board includes world-renowned members in the field of international human rights such as M. Cherif Bassiouni, Alex Boraine, David Crane, Alex DeWaal, Jack Donnelly, Priscilla Hayner, Mahmood Mamdani, Filip Reyntjens, William Schabas, Michael Scharf, Eric Stover, and Richard Wilson. The journal explores political, philosophical, and legal questions related to international human rights from diverse perspectives. It strives to create a more thoughtful polity better able to make informed choices about ethical foreign policymaking. Articles are available via Westlaw, EBSCO Publishing, Thomson Gale, W.S. Hein, and H.W. Wilson databases.