Call for Papers: On Incarceration
Deadline: May 25, 2020
Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship invites submissions for issue 4.3, On Incarceration. Forms of incarceration including prisons, jails/gaols, detention centers, concentration camps, and gulags have long histories as forms of punishment, sources and sites of injustice and violence, mass employers, places of indoctrination, producers of literature and art, and institutions of oppression. More broadly, the concept of incarceration has been applied to other oppressive institutions and situations, including family situations, schools, locations, and mental or emotional states. For this issue, we welcome a wide range of approaches to the idea of incarceration, including:
We are especially interested in submissions from those who are or have been incarcerated, those who have worked for or within institutions of incarceration, or others with direct experience.
Questions may be directed to the editorial board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: May 25, 2010