Scholarium is a peer-reviewed, open access, academic journal that publishes original papers, authoritative reviews, research reports, and information, and aims to foster interdisciplinary initiatives. The journal is managed by students and supervised by the faculty.
The journal’s mission is to publish innovative empirical, theoretical, and review articles focused on human rights, civil rights, and social justice. Submissions are encouraged from a range of areas and divergent viewpoints in a readable fashion for those concerned and interested in current affairs.
As a metropolitan university, St. John’s benefits from New York City’s cultural diversity, its intellectual and artistic resources, and its unique professional educational opportunities. With this richness comes responsibility. We encourage the metropolitan community to use our resources to serve its needs.
As a global university, we are one of our nation’s most diverse institutions of higher education, enriched by a mixture of cultures, which complements an internationalized curriculum. Through collaboration with other institutions around the world, study abroad opportunities, and online courses and degrees, our outreach spans the globe.
In educating students, we pledge to foster those qualities needed for our alumni to become effective leaders and responsible citizens in a vibrant city and dynamic world.
The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies (CCPS) develops well-rounded professionals capable of integrating theoretical knowledge with applied concepts learned through classroom, practice, online activities, local and global service-learning, and academic and career-focused internships.
Innovative and fast-paced professional programs—in administration and economics, analytics, communications, computer science, criminal justice and homeland security, information technology, journalism, media, sport management, and more—embed foundational social sciences topics in the various professions, cultivating both general and specialized competencies.
The College attracts a cadre of students with multicultural backgrounds who enrich our community. CCPS faculty and staff are dedicated to the success of each student, and carefully customize academic paths to match individual interests and credentials with the skills needed in our evolving society.
Editor-in-Chief: Robert J. Romano, Esq.
Other members of the editorial board:
Emily N. Hartwig
Authors should follow either The Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Edition, or, for legal submissions, The Bluebook.
Manuscripts must be in English. If this is not the first language of the author, contributions should be checked for grammar and syntax, prior to submission, by a person fluent in academic English. It is not the responsibility of the editorial team to redraft articles into an acceptable form; manuscripts that do not meet the required standard will be returned.
The author’s name should appear on the cover page only as manuscripts are evaluated anonymously.
An abstract of no more than 500 words should be included at the beginning of the article.
Three or four “keywords” should be included at the beginning of the article following the abstract. The article should be double-spaced with at least a one-inch margin on all sides. All pages should be numbered consecutively throughout.
Authors are responsible for obtaining any copyright permissions.
Accepted articles should demonstrate international quality of scholarship, rigor, and analysis. It would also be an advantage in terms of likely publication if the piece addresses a significant issue, even if only by contextualization, and is likely to be widely cited. All articles generally go to two referees, at least one (and preferably two) of whom are members of the Editorial Board. The comments of the reviewers are then edited, and a collective review is sent to the author.
“The code is more what you’d call ‘guidelines’ than actual rules.”—Barbossa
Please contact Robert J. Romano, Esq. , Editor-in-Chief, with any questions about submitting an article or paper to the journal.