• WELCOME TO THE HARVARD JOURNAL OF HISPANIC POLICY

    Founded in 1985, the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) is an annual graduate student-run, non-partisan review that publishes interdisciplinary works on politics and policy-making as these topics affect the Latino community in the United States. Our web platform helps us meet our vision and goal of highlighting critical policy issues that impact the Latino community in the United States.

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  • HJHP Announces Call for Submissions for 30th Anniversary Special Edition

    The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) invites established and emerging scholars, including researchers, journalists, artists and/or policy practitioners, to submit their work to HJHP’s 30th Anniversary Special Edition publication. Through October 16, 2015, HJHP will accept research articles, book reviews, commentaries, and artwork for print publication consideration. HJHP also accepts Op-Ed/Blogs and artwork for […]

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  • HJHP Announces 2015-2016 Executive Leadership Team

    (Left to right) Oscar Mairena, 2015-2016 Executive Director; Jeffrey Reynoso, 2015-2016 Editor-in-Chief; Jorge Ramos; Norma Torres Mendoza, 2015-2016 HKS Latino Caucus Chair; and Juana Hernandez, 2014-2015 Editor-in-Chief

    Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy Names Editor-in-Chief, Executive Director for 2015-2016 Academic Year   The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) has named 2014-2015 Managing Editor of Print, Jeffrey Reynoso, as the Editor-in-Chief for the 2015-2016 AY. HJHP will also have a new Executive Leadership team structure that includes the Editor-in-Chief and an Executive Director. Oscar […]

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  • EAB Member, Dr. Carlos Santiago, Named Massachusetts Commissioner for Higher Education

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    The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy Congratulates Executive Advisory Board Member, Dr. Carlos Santiago, for Appointment as MA Commissioner of Higher Education! Last week, EAB member, Dr. Carlos Santiago, who currently serves as the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education Senior Deputy Commissioner for Academic Affairs, was announced as the new MA Commissioner for Higher Education. This […]

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  • Academic Diaspora: Why Harvard Doesn’t Have Latinx Studies

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    Our friends at the Harvard Political Review just posted a great piece discussing the gap in institutional space at Harvard for the study of the Latinx experience. One highlight that resonates with why we think HJHP matters: “At the simplest level, Latinx Studies matter because of the changing demographics of the United States. According to […]

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  • Tolerance in Schools for Latino Students: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline

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    Note: This article was included in Volume 26 of the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy. Order hard copies of Volume 26 here.  Author: Jennifer Castillo Abstract The school to prison pipeline refers to the practice of pushing students out of educational institutions, primarily via zero tolerance and harsh disciplinary policies, and into the juvenile and […]

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