Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies
Guidelines for Contributors
The Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (JHDHS) is an online, peer-reviewed scholarly publication of the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies network, a global network of academicians and practitioners who wish to promote a world of more dignity and less humiliation. HumanDHS network members study the dynamics of humiliation, the antecedents and consequences of humiliating behaviors, and interventions to break cycles of humiliation and restore human dignity, believing that this can lead to a resolution of previously intractable conflicts. JHDHS has its electronic base at the University for Peace, Costa Rica, and provides a venue for sharing this research and a forum to define the developing field of humiliation studies, theoretically and in practice. The journal supports a variety of integrative methodologies, including but not exclusive to scientific quantitative and qualitative analysis, photography, poetry, etc.
Call for Papers
The Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies maintains a rolling deadline and seeks submissions on topics such as:
The following areas of research touch upon humiliation. The topics below are listed as possible suggestions and should not be considered inclusive.
We invite submissions of articles in all areas related to Human Dignity and Humiliation. Articles from all disciplines are welcome; please keep in mind that our readers our multi-disciplinary, practitioners and researchers and aim your language to this audience. We are also very interested in reports of ongoing projects that promote human dignity, pieces of international interest, personal scholarship, and perspectives that represent new and novel ways to foster human dignity.