The Working Papers Series:
This site is dedicated to the promotion of scholarly work on political apologies and reparations. Scholars working on any aspect of these two topics are invited to submit papers for consideration for posting on this site. Authors will normally be informed within two months of receipt as to whether their paper will be posted. We are willing to post papers in languages other than English, when we have the capacity to do so, and will definitely post papers in French. However, we do require an English-language abstract.
Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann, Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights at Wilfrid Laurier University, is Editor of this working papers series. Matt James, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Victoria, and Graham Dodds, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Concordia University, are Associate Editors. Michael Lisetto-Smith is Managing Editor. Normally, the academic Editors will decide whether to post a paper; however, they may at their discretion send the papers to external reviewers.
This site is supported by funds from Dr. Howard-Hassmann's Canada Research Chair.
- Although this is a working papers series, we ask that papers conform to the normal scholarly canons of referencing and bibliography. Referencing and bibliography can be in any recognized style. Maximum length of papers is 10,000 words (including bibliography and notes).
- Papers must be submitted to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Papers must be in Word format.
- Authors must include the following:
- Authors must inform the Editor if their paper has been published elsewhere, and must instruct the Editor as to whether their working paper should be archived.
- Authors may request that their papers be removed from this site at any time. They should send this request to email@example.com
- Copyright will be retained by the author(s) of the paper. Authors should be aware that their papers can be downloaded by those who access this site. The Political Apologies and Reparations Website will not be held liable for any breaches of copyright held by authors.
|a)||Complete contact information, including full name; academic status (e.g. doctoral candidate, associate professor); institutional affiliation, telephone, fax and mailing address; email address.|
|b)||An abstract (in English) of about 150 words. (The Editor, Rhoda Howard-Hassmann, will if necessary translate French abstracts into English for French-speakers who do not have the capacity to provide their own translations.)|
|c)||A statement that the submitted paper is the author's or authors' own work, and infringes on no one else's copyright.|
|d)||A statement that the author(s) authorize(s) us to post the paper on the website.|
|e)||Keywords, not exceeding 253 characters, including commas and spaces.|
|f)||Identification of the donor of the apology or reparation (completed or proposed); the recipient of the apology or reparation; and the relevant country or countries; e.g. donor=United Church, recipient=Aboriginal Canadians, country=Canada.|