This issue, to be published in June 2011, will provide an opportunity to discuss and engage with the complexities presented by the 9/11 moment for communities in the United States and the rest of the world. Here's some more information on submitting:
Q. Who can submit?The submission deadline is October 15, 2010. For more information about the call for submissions, go here. Suggested style guidelines for submissions can be found here. Cover artwork submissions that relate to the theme of the issue are also welcome (see artwork guidelines here).
A. We invite submissions from anyone who wishes to share reflections, critiques, and analysis connected to the 9/11 moment. For example, we encourage activists,and community-based organizations who responded to the crisis that enveloped the South Asian, Muslim, Sikh and Arab American communities after 9/11 to submit, as well as international experts, and academics.
Q. What can I submit?
A. Submissions can include analysis, critiques, reflections and documentation. Topics can include, but are not limited to:
- How has 9/11 changed the way we think about race, religion, national origin and immigration status in the United States and abroad?
- What tools and strategies have been used by community activists to sustain and build community during and after the 9/11 moment?
- How does being targeted as "suspect" by the United States government impact an individual? A family? A community?
- What are some coalition-building and race relations success stories since 9/11?
- What lasting impacts, if any, have the events of 9/11 and their aftermath had on relationships between racial and ethnic minority communities in the United States or abroad?
- What lasting impacts, if any, have 9/11 and the subsequent decade-long global War on Terror had on the political consciousness of Arab American, South Asian, Muslim and/or Sikh communities inside or outside the United States?
Q. What is the deadline and how do I submit?
A. The deadline for all submissions is October 15, 2010. Final submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. How are SAALT and the Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts collaborating?
A. Deepa Iyer, Executive Director of SAALT, is guest editing the 9/11 issue with the editorial staff of Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts, a publication of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity and the Office of Minority Affairs at The Ohio State University.