The Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice (“RGSJ”) is currently soliciting articles for publication in its Fall issue to be published in December, respectively. RGSJ is a journal of multi-disciplinary scholarship published by students at the University of Tennessee College of Law. RGSJ focuses on a variety of social issues affecting the Tennessee and national legal community. Focusing on these areas, RGSJ allows scholars, practitioners, and students to improve race, gender, and social relations through scholarly works by fostering research and providing a publication that strives toward the pursuit of social justice.
Submissions may cover any subject that fits within RGSJ’s broad framework of race, gender, and social justice. We will continue to accept article submissions on a rolling basis until the Spring issue is filled. Note that you are not required to submit a proposal or obtain pre-approval in order to submit an article for publication.
Articles should be between ten and thirty-five double-spaced pages, not including footnotes and citations. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.
Managing Editor, Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender, & Social Justice