Enduring Dangers Feature Article Dummy


  • Felice Blake




To be accepted for publication, submissions are expected to make a significant contribution to scholarly debate and promote social justice. They should be well organized, argued, documented, historicized and/or theorized, as well as knowledgeable of the relevant scholarship.

Does it contribute to building links among intellectuals, artists, and activists in shared struggles for social justice? Does it promote the development of community-based scholarship in ethnic studies?

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Does the author make a substantial enough case for the significance of this submission?

Does the author engage with relevant sources in the field, whether secondary or primary literature or related activist efforts/artistic projects/community-based knowledge?

What are the strengths of the submission? What are its weaknesses?

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