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Call for Papers: Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law 

Call for Papers: Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law

The Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law is soliciting articles on a range of topics related to environmental and administrative law for its upcoming volume. Submissions will be accepted throughout the spring and into the early part of the summer. Please submit articles directly to Editor-in-Chief Susie Shutts (shutts@umich.edu) or Managing Articles Editor, Brian Connolly (cobrian@umich.edu).

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Call for Papers -- Louisiana State University Journal of Energy Law and Resources 

Call for Papers -- Louisiana State University Journal of Energy Law and Resources

Paul M. Hebert Law Center of Louisiana State University is pleased to announce the launch of the Louisiana State University Journal of Energy Law and Resources (JELR), a new journal intended for all scholars with an interest in energy law. The journal will publish in print and electronic formats beginning Fall 2012, and warmly invites submissions for its inaugural issue.

The Journal of Energy Law and Resources aims at providing an interdisciplinary forum for those who study or practice in the various sectors of energy law, encouraging a variety of topics from legal scholars as well as scholars in related fields. JELR seeks to promote intellectual communication across traditional boundaries, keeping abreast of the ideas of those who share our broad interests but approach them differently. In the same spirit, the journal’s pages are open to scholarship that enriches our understanding of not only the epicenter of energy law, but also the peripheries both nationally and internationally. To that end, the editorial team seeks submissions from within the legal community as well as from other communities. Scholars, researchers, practitioners, and professionals are highly encouraged to submit their academic articles.

The Journal of Energy Law and Resources welcomes both qualitative and quantitative empirical studies as well as purely theoretical essays. In addition to providing full length scholarly articles, JELR will maintain a blog of shorter pieces regarding changes or developments in energy law, providing practitioners effective resources in energy law.

The student editorial board works in conjunction with an expert editorial board of highly accomplished scholars, practitioners, and other professionals, who are representative of the journal’s theoretical and methodological diversity.

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Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts -- Call for Paper 

Grassroots Politics in the Postcolony

Papers must be received by September 15, 2012 to be considered for publication in this issue.

Please send manuscript publications to the managing editor: Leslie Shortlidge shortlidge.2@osu.edu. See Style Guidelines at www.raceethnicity.org.

Submission of artwork for the cover that relates to the theme of the issue is welcome. See website for submission guidelines.

Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts encourages and welcomes contributions by scholars, researchers, grassroots activists, policy advocates, and organizations

Submissions are invited to explore the politics of contention and social movements in the postcolonial world (Africa, Asia, and Latin America), with particular regard to the ways in which race and ethnicity relate to identities and claims revolving around class, gender, nationality, and religion. Comparative discussions of social contestation in different societies are welcome.

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Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts -- Call for Papers 

"Racism, Colonialism, and Law”

Papers must be received by April 1, 2012 to be considered for publication in this issue.
Please send manuscript submissions to the editor: shortlidge.2@osu.edu. See Style Guidelines (www.raceethnicity.org/styleguide.html) to prepare your document in accordance with the style guidelines of Race/Ethnicity.

Submission of artwork for the cover that relates to the theme of the issue is welcome. See website at http://www.raceethnicity.org/coverart.html for submission guidelines.

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2012 International Journal of Transitional Justice Special Issue -- Call for Papers 

The International Journal of Transitional Justice (IJTJ) invites submissions for its 2012 special issue entitled "Transitional Justice and the Everyday: Micro-perspectives of justice and social repair" to be guest edited by Pilar Riaño Alcalá (Associate Professor, School of Social Work and Liu Institute for Global Studies, University of British Columbia) and Erin Baines (Assistant Professor, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia).

In this special issue, the IJTJ will consider how people seek and experience justice after mass atrocity in the context of everyday life.

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Call for Papers Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy - The University of Texas School of Law 

The Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy (THJLP) is currently seeking submissions of articles for Volume 18 of their journal, scheduled for publication in Spring 2012.

ABOUT THE THJLP: The Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy is an academic publication that aspires to be a forum for issues relevant to Latino legal, political and social issues. THJLP has been ranked one of the top journals for Latino issues in the country with past issues addressing voting regulations, school curriculum, immigration, housing, redistricting and affirmative action.

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Call for Papers: Grassroots Politics in the Postcolony 

Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts encourages and welcomes contributions by scholars, researchers, grassroots activists, policy advocates, and organizations. The deadline for an upcoming issue on Grassroots Politics in the Postcolony is Sept. 15, 2012.

Submissions are invited to explore the politics of contention and social movements in the postcolonial world (Africa, Asia, and Latin America), with particular regard to the ways in which race and ethnicity relate to identities and claims revolving around class, gender, nationality, and religion. Comparative discussions of social contestation in different societies are welcome.Guest Editor Franco Barchiesi, Associate Professor in the Department of African American and African Studies at the Ohio State University, and the editorial staff of Race/Ethnicity invite submissions for Volume 6, Number 3, and entitled “Grassroots Politics in the Postcolony.”

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