CFP Legacies of Black Lives Matter

“PublicationCall for Papers: The Legacies of Black Lives Matter: Language, Communication, and Social Psychological Perspectives toward Social Justice as a special issue of the Journal of Language and Social Psychology. Deadline: Letter of Intent at around 1500 words due at earliest convenience. Final deadline of accepted proposals: April 21, 2021.

Guest Editors: Howard Giles (University of California, Santa Barbara), Natasha Shrikant (University of Colorado, Boulder), and Shardé M. Davis (University of Connecticut).

JLSP is committed to understand, learn from, and enable change from our sub-disciplinary perspective. To this end, editors invite submissions that highlight how LSP approaches can reveal ways that racism, social justice, and social change appear in everyday language and communication and submissions that illustrate ways LSP approaches can be used to address and, most importantly, remedy these social problems. How do communities discuss, define, or ask for social change? How is language symbolically impacted in these processes as a tool to uphold structural racism or to promote social justice?

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, the Director of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, manages this website.

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