The Journal of Liberty and Society is Students For Liberty’s annual academic journal for students interested in the intellectual underpinnings of a free society. The purpose of this journal is to encourage academic work surrounding the topic of liberty and its role in society for students everywhere. The Journal of Liberty and Society is a peer-reviewed journal. For additional background on the journal’s founding, please read the letter from the founding editor. Direct all questions about the journal to Editor-in-Chief Ankur Chawla (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- All papers should be submitted via email to email@example.com as an attachment in Microsoft Word format.
- Any enrolled undergraduate student may submit a paper.
- All papers must be approved by a professor before being submitted.
- Submissions should be at most 20 pages (double spaced) in length.
- Papers must be in Microsoft Word format, size 12 times new roman font.
- Papers should follow MLA formatting and include an abstract.
- Papers in any academic discipline may be submitted. The only limitation on subjects is that paper must be related to liberty or an issue that concerns liberty.
Please include information on yourself and the professor who has approved your paper on a separate title page. This should include name, email, phone number, mailing address, college, major/department and year of expected graduation (student only). Do not include author information on the individual pages of the submitted paper so that they may be blind reviewed.
The submission deadline is 11:59PM EST on March 18th, 2013.
Questions about submission requirements? Contact Editor-in-Chief Ankur Chawla (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Are you a college professor interested in guiding the development of tomorrow’s intellectual leaders? Consider joining the JLS Faculty Committee! Contact Editor-in-Chief Ankur Chawla (email@example.com) for more information.
The Journal of Liberty and Society Faculty Committee was created during the second volume. It is an international committee which brings together leading scholars on the issue of liberty in a diversity of fields. In addition to guiding the growth of the journal, members of the Faculty Committee review submitted papers to the Journal of Liberty and Society to provide an experienced scholar’s input in addition to the traditional peer reviews that the journal provides. The full list of members of the Faculty Committee are provided below.
- Dr. Valerio Filoso, University of Naples (Italy)
- Dr. Bill Glod, Institute for Humane Studies (United States)
- Dr. Bradley K. Hobbs, Florida Gulf Coast University (United States)
- Dr. Jeffrey Miron, Harvard University (United States)
- Dr. Aeon J. Skoble, Bridgewater State University (United States)