A JOURNAL DESIGNED WITH THE ETHICAL SCHOLAR IN MIND.
The Social Justice Review (SJR) is an international undergraduate-run journal dedicated to the publication of undergraduate and graduate work pertaining to the themes of social justice.
Our journal is generously funded by the USC Levan Institute. You can read more about the Institute's mission and programming here.
Our staff curates content from around the world, bringing together research that reflects the numerous dimensions of social justice.
By doing so, we hope to provide an outlet for novel approaches and ideas.
Naveen Dasari is a sophomore studying Applied and Computational Mathematics and Economics at the University of Southern California. The Editor-in-Chief of SJR and a Levan Fellow, he is also Director of Campus Events for the Southern California Indo-Americans (SCIA); has conducted research in international finance, international relations, and bioinformatics; co-founded a nonprofit that raised $50,000 for social and educational justice projects for street youth in India; has studied abroad at the London School of Economics; is a member of the SC Ballroom and Latin Dance Team; and interned for Arizona's foremost tech startup incubator while in high school.
Erum Jaffrey is a junior International Relations major at the University of Southern California. Erum has experience working in film, radio and television and hopes to bring a voice for underrepresented minority women in the news media. She is passionate about South Asian and Middle Eastern diaspora studies, human rights, and female empowerment. On campus, you can see her working behind the scenes at Annenberg TV News, reporting for the Daily Trojan, or writing for Glimpse for the Globe. She hopes to travel and report as an international news correspondent in the future.
Remaya Campbell is a junior majoring in Law, History and Culture and minoring in International Relations, Digital Forensics and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. She currently works as an assistant to the co-director of the Harman Academy for Polymathic Study and is a scholar of the Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics, through which she recently conducted research across Europe concerning human rights, political ethics, and armed conflict. She is continuing her work with funding from the USC Provost Undergraduate Research Fellowship and hopes to further her subject studies abroad at King's College, London.