Transitional Justice Review seeks proposals from interested teams of scholars to take over the managerial and editorial functions of the journal, beginning July 1, 2018.
Proposals must indicate the following:
- names and brief bios of editorial team members, including the proposed Editor-in-Chief, indicating depth of expertise
- funding plan
- letter of commitment from your institution
- outline of research environment and capacities of your institution to host the journal
- five-year plan for the journal
Transitional Justice Review is online and open-access (www.tjreview.ca).
It is a fully refereed journal that seeks to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarly articles in the field of transitional justice, international criminal justice, and post-conflict reconstruction. It provides an outlet for original research and commentary arising from the emerging discipline of transitional justice, addressing theoretical, normative, and empirical concerns by established scholars and by newer scholars.
For more information or to submit a proposal, please contact:
Professor Joanna Quinn
Centre for Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction