|Editor-in-Chief:||Jerry White, Western University|
|Managing Editor:||Susan Wingert, Western University|
|Policy Commentaries Editor:||Nicholas Spence, University of Alberta|
Proposals for Book Review Submissions
We are calling for proposals for book reviews. Any book related to Indigenous issues with policy relevance would be eligible for consideration. Book reviews are generally less than 1,500 words, but longer submissions will be considered if the subject matter warrants it. Authors are encouraged to submit a proposal prior to the completion of the book review in order to ensure the book is not currently under review or outside of the scope of IIPJ. Priority will be given to books published in the last 2 years.
Proposals should be 1-2 pages double-spaced. They should include:
- Information about the book (author, title, publisher, publication date);
- An overview of the book’s content;
- The relevance of the book to Indigenous policy;
- A brief summary of your analysis or what you would look for in your analysis of this book if you have not read it; and
- Proposed timeline (i.e., when you expect the completed book review will be ready to submit to the IIPJ).
Proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis. There is no submission deadline. Proposals can be submitted using the Submit an Article link.
Once your proposal has been accepted, full details on preparing your book review can be found in our Author Guide. IIPJ can provide assistance in obtaining a review copy from the book publisher, but we cannot guarantee a copy of the book will be provided to the author at no cost.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 3 (2015)
Leashes and Lies: Navigating the Colonial Tensions of Institutional Ethics of Research Involving Indigenous Peoples in Canada
Martha L. Stiegman and Heather Castleden
The Streamlining of the Kabinakagami River Hydroelectric Project Environmental Assessment: What is the "Duty to Consult" with Other Impacted Aboriginal Communities When the Co-Proponent of the Project is an Aboriginal Community?
Holly L. Gardner, Denis Kirchhoff, and Leonard J. Tsuji
Digital Data Management as Indigenous Resurgence in Kahnawà:ke
Rob McMahon, Tim LaHache, and Tim Whiteduck
Insights and Opportunities: Challenges of Canadian First Nations Drinking Water Operators
Heather M. Murphy, Elliott Corston-Pine, Yvonne Post, and Edward A. McBean
Engaging Maori in Biobanking and Genetic Research: Legal, Ethical, and Policy Challenges
Angela Beaton, Barry Smith, Valmaine Toki, Kim Southey, and Maui Hudson
Biocultural Rights: A New Paradigm for Protecting Natural and Cultural Resources of Indigenous Communities
Cher Weixia Chen and Michael Gilmore
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