Submissions to GSP

Genocide Studies and Prevention accepts submissions on a rolling basis, on the latest developments in policy, research, and theory from various disciplines and fields, including anthropology, criminology, education, gender studies, history, law, literature, philosophy, political science, psychology, religious studies, social theory, and sociology.
Submissions are only reviewed when they conform to the GSP Submission Guidelines.
All submissions must be made using GSP’s online submission system.

This space is dedicated to presenting work from contemporary artists and academics working in a variety of disciplines. GSP strives to present art that reflects and promotes the diversity of cultural and political perspectives that shape perspectives on Genocide Studies and Prevention. Various art forms are welcome in this category, among them being poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual representations such as short movies, paintings, and drawings.
Submissions from emerging, mid-career, and senior artists and academics whose works are alternative, experimental, and/or critically engaged are welcome.
All submissions must be made using GSP’s online submission system. Please do not hesitate to send us an email on sabahcarrim@txstate.edu in case of any queries.

Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal (GSP) offers ongoing editorial internships. We are looking for highly dedicated graduate students or recent graduates who have an interest in genocide studies and a native proficiency in the English language. All interns will contribute to the production process of the GSP journal issues.

Job Description
The editorial internship allows individuals to participate in the journal production process. This internship is an opportunity for students to gain an in-depth experience in scholarly publishing and to show future employers of skills developed related to publishing and editorial management. The duration of the internships are six months and can be extended upon the intern’s request and performance. Duties include:

  • Thorough checking and correction of manuscripts’ citations.
  • Proof-reading final versions of articles for pre-production.
  • Ensuring final version of articles are compliant with journal style and citation guidelines.
  • Reading submissions and providing critical feedback to editors.
There are no regular work hours, but interns are expected to work as required when papers are submitted and when they are ready for publication, with an efficient turnaround. The intern must be flexible and willing to undertake the work when required.


  • B.A. degree in social sciences (preferably in political affairs, international affairs, global affairs, law, history, sociology, or in a closely related field).
  • Strong interest in genocide studies, violence studies, memory studies, peace and conflict studies.
  • Currently enrolled in the final year of an undergraduate degree or a graduate program; or a graduate of a M.A. or Ph.D. program in the past two years.
  • Excellent writing and proofreading skills.
  • Familiarity with Chicago Manual of Style citation an asset.
  • Ability to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work within a team.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Working knowledge of MS Office.

Compensation: This is an unpaid position, as with all the editorial staff of GSP.

Application Process: Please send a cover letter, your resume, and a short writing sample to Dr. Christian Gudehus, GSP’s Editor-in-Chief at Christian.Gudehus@ruhr-uni-bochum.de.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

For more information or if you have questions regarding the position, please send an email to Fiza Lee-Winter, GSP’s Managing Editor at fiza.malhotra@ruhr-uni-bochum.de.