Latina/o/x Criminology invites 750-1,000-word essays that summarize LC scholars’ recently published work. We welcome submissions that focus on original research, teaching pedagogy and practice (particularly work focusing on engaging Latina/o/x students), or community engagement.
We will prioritize sole- or lead-authored work by junior scholars and graduate students in the LC. Submissions should focus on published work relevant to criminology, juvenile delinquency, criminal justice, corrections, law & society, border and immigration enforcement, securitization, or other related fields.
A committee of six LC members will review all submissions. If selected, the committee will editorially review the submission and will return the essay to the author for final approval.
We will feature all selected essays on the LC website and social media platforms.