HKS Journal of Hispanic Policy - Submission Form
The Harvard Kennedy School Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) invites established and emerging scholars, including students, researchers, journalists, advocates, organizers, artists, and policy practitioners to submit work related to policy issues facing the latinx community in the United States.

The theme of the next volume of the Journal is “Behind the X: Intersectional Latinx Perspectives” and will highlight timely policy issues at the intersection of different latinx identities, offering a perspective on the challenges and opportunities of different groups within the latinx community, celebrating our diversity as well as our connections to other marginalized groups. HJHP is accepting research articles, commentaries, book and film reviews, as well as artwork submissions. Submissions must be the author’s original work.

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Author Bio (between 200 and 300 words) *
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Title and Abstract/Brief description *
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