HKS students have the opportunity to contribute to eight student-run, nonpartisan policy journals. Available both in print and online, the journals offer thoughtful debate, research and commentary from academics and practitioners on important policy issues. Below is an invitation sent out by the Harvard Asian American Policy Review Journal regarding open positions.
Previous blog entries have featured information on the Africa Policy Journal, the Journal of African American Public Policy, the Journal of Hispanic Policy, the Kennedy School Review, and the LGBTQ Policy Journal.
A blog post with links to all the journal web pages can be accessed here.
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The Harvard Asian American Policy Review Journal is looking for an Editor in Chief and Editor Staff for the upcoming 2014-2015 academic year. Founded in 1989, the Asian American Policy Review Journal is the first nonpartisan academic journal in the country dedicated to analyzing public policy issues facing the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. The Journal is published once a year in the spring semester.
Our mission is to:
- Serve as a resource to policy analysts and advocates in public, private, and non-profit organizations
- Provide a forum for scholarship and publication on issues related to the Asian American community’s political, social and economic development
- Provide experience to future policy analysts and advocates
- Develop interest in Asian American issues
Each year, the journal examines a wide range of issues in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Leading academics, advocates, and policy makers present their vision for the continued prosperity of the AAPI community. This year’s edition features fantastic authors who have written on topics as wide-ranging as how art can inform public policy analysis, disaggregating Asian Pacific American data, the intersection of race, gender, and nationality within political campaigns, health care policies that disproportionately affect segments of the Asian Pacific American population, and more. You can order a copy of the 2014 journal here: http://hksaapr.com/subscribe/
If you have any questions about the Asian American Policy Review Journal or would like to submit an application for the Editor in Chief or Staff positions, please feel free to contact Rebecca Yang at email@example.com or Adam Luck at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out our new website here.