How to Get Involved with JSPE

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We are interested in publishing academic and creative work that is relevant to current sociopolitical concerns and pushes the boundaries of the humanitarian disciplines. 

We accept all works broadly related to society, politics, and ethics. For consideration for publication in JSPE, your work must be composed in a clear, concise, accessible, jargon-free way.

Faculty Members: Propose a curated special issue, bringing together creative interdisciplinary academic work that your students did for your class on a theme, question, issue, event. 

Students: Send us your work, ideas, or suggestions for a theme, or propose to work on an issue with the Editorial Team. You can submit individual works and/or propose a Special Issue or a Theme.

The works can any format, including but not limited to: 

Critical Essays, Photo-Essays, or Letters (up to 1000-words);

Fiction (Poetry, Creative Prose, and Short stories); 

Educational Materials (such as Zines, Pamphlet, Lesson Plans/Curriculum);

Multimedia and Text: Any multi-media or mixed media projects including videos, images, collages, drawings, paintings and/or photography, sculpture, podcasts, playlists; must be accompanied by a short (500-750 words) expository text. 

You will also be asked to submit a brief Author Biography (150-200 words) along with your submission. 


  • Dilek Huseyinzadegan

    Dr. Dilek Huseyinzadegan (a.k.a. Dr. H) is a feminist and antiracist educator, researcher, and writer. She is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Emory College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Originally from Istanbul, Turkey, they have lived and worked in the U.S. since 2004. Huseyinzadegan Dilek

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