Sunday, November 13, 2016

Humphrey Public Affairs Review Accepting Submissions!


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Humphrey School of Public Affairs - University of Minnesota

We strive to facilitate collaboration across Humphrey programs and build connections between students, staff, the broader university, and the local community. Together, we aspire to create an enduring forum for open dialogue and contribute to discussions on pressing public affairs issues.  
All finalized pieces are published on our website.  A selection of those will be featured in our Annual Issue published in the Spring semester.
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Op-Eds
Book Reviews
Interviews
500-800 words
Analysis of  public affairs issues at the local, national or global level.  All work must be original and exclusive to HPAR.  Proper citations include hyperlinks to relevant online resources.
1-2 pages
Books must be nonfiction and relate to current policy issues facing our local and global communities.  Overall, this book should act as a tool to expand policy decisions.
1-2 pages (30-45 min)
Interviewee must have influenced public policy decisions during their career.  Questions asked during the interview should relate to current public policies.
Policy Papers
1500 - 3000 words (5-10 pages)
Professional pieces should reflect the highest level of analysis displayed by graduate students as they address key policy issues facing our local, national, or global environment.  The questions and answers explored in these pieces should have diverse perspectives and fit within one or more of the following categories:
Economic, Community & International Development | Governance, Management & Politics
Global & International Issues | Social Policy | Environment, Science & Technology
Urban & Regional Planning | Human Rights | Gender & Public Policy
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ACCEPTING ALL SUBMISSIONS Till DECEMBER 1ST
2-week editing process for shorter pieces
1-2 months editing process for policy papers
ANNUAL ISSUE: SPRING 2017*
All submissions received prior to Dec. 1st are guaranteed to be published in the Annual Issue

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