Founded in 1985, the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) is the oldest student-run academic journal at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and one of the premier publications in the nation focused on the public policy issues that impact the U.S. Latina/o community. A nonpartisan review, HJHP seeks a wide range of submissions for print and web publication. HJHPâ€™s website provides a platform for rapid, relevant dissemination of timely policy perspectives, while the annual print edition continues a 30-year tradition of rigorous policy research.
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Following a series of meetings and communications with U.S. Latino students and alumni, CPL is committing to develop programming that brings more U.S. Latino voices and issues to the HKS campus. We are taking this opportunity to invite you to consider joining CPLâ€™s U.S. Latino Public Leadership Working Group. If this is a topic of[…]
by Scott Astrada In July 2010, only five years ago, the United States (US) was emerging from the worst economic crisis since the 1930s. To prevent the Great Recession of 2008 from ever happening again, that same year, President Obama signed the Doddâ€“Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (â€śDodd-Frankâ€ť) into law. While the[…]
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 HJHPâ€™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[…]
Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy Names Editor-in-Chief,Â 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[…]
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.Â This[…]
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[…]
Note: This article was included in Volume 26 of the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy. Order hard copies of Volume 26 here.Â 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[…]
On Tuesday April 14, Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos spoke in the JFK Forum at the Kennedy School to a packed audience. His talk addressedÂ the future of Latinos in the US, the importance of the vote in the 2016 elections, and the changing nature of journalism. At the end of the video you can watch[…]