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 Summer 2019 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
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 APRIL 15TH, early submissions are welcome - whether creative or academic in nature.
Number of Works Published: Five to ten pieces per issue