Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Annual: Global Perspectives welcomes submissions of original scholarship of the highest quality.
Submissions should be aimed at an audience of professional scholars, educated laypersons, advanced undergraduates, and graduate students from a variety of disciplines, including criminal justice, sociology, history, forensic psychology, and ancillary areas of study. Although we accept highly focused studies, we give preference to articles of interest to readers in more than one discipline and specialty. Articles should provide sufficient context for readers who are not already experts in the subject matter.
Manuscripts should be roughly 30 double-spaced pages in length, including references and notes, though shorter and longer articles will also be considered. Submissions should adhere to the guidelines of the most recent edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. Contributors should include a cover memo that includes the contributor’s name and essay title, in addition to a copy of the essay in Microsoft Word with the author’s name and other identifying references removed. References should be given as footnotes, rather than endnotes, and should follow the conventions described in The Chicago Manual of Style for documentation provided in notes alone, without a bibliography. (For an introduction to this distinction, see section 14.14 of the sixteenth edition of Chicago.)
All submissions should be sent by email to the editor-in-chief and the associate editors:
Larry E. Sullivan
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Editorial Advisory Board
Elaine Carey, Chair of the Department of History, St. John’s University
Todd Clear, Dean of Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
Zbiginiew Lasocik, Warsaw University, Poland
Nicole Hahn Rafter, Professor of Criminal Justice, Northeastern University
Chitra Raghavan, Professor of Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Keramet Reiter, University of California at Irvine
Karen Terry, Associate Provost, Dean of Research and Strategic Partnerships, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and Professor of Criminal Justice, CUNY Graduate Center