Want to have your work read around the world? The Social Justice Review (SJR), a journal sponsored by the USC Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics, is now accepting outstanding submissions for publication in our Spring 2018 issue.
As a global platform for social justice, The Social Justice Review offers a forum for undergraduates worldwide who engage—utilizing the written word—with issues of ethnicity, socio-economic status, gender, religion, or other social issues or inequalities.
We seek mindfully-crafted undergraduate submissions that resonate with our socially conscious readership—academic, fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, memoir, hybrid prose, photography, etc. We believe in the power of research, narrative, and storytelling as a means of advocating for a more socially just world.
- American Studies & Ethnicity
- Gender Studies
- Global Health
- Human Rights
- International Development
- Mental Health
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Social Ethics
- Social Statistics
- The Justice System
- For academic pieces, Expected Word Count: 3,000–10,000 words
- For creative pieces, written pieces not to exceed 10,000 words, visual works not to exceed 10 pieces
While our final deadline is midnight on MARCH 3RD, early submissions are welcome - whether creative or academic in nature.
Number of Works Published: Five to ten pieces per issue