- Call For Manuscripts: Series Editors – Race, Mental Health and Inequality in the 21st Century
Elwood Watson, Ph.D. Hadii Mamadu, Ph.D.
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We are soliciting manuscripts for monographs or edited collections that examine the topic of race and mental Health and economic disparities for our new series Race, Mental Health and Inequality in the 21st Century. Academics and non-academics alike from all generational backgrounds are welcomed to submit abstracts and/or completed manuscripts for review. Projects will be published by John Hopkins University Press..
All subject matter that discuss these topics will be considered. However, topics that examine the intersectionality of race, mental health and inequality/inequity as it relates to racial identity, gender, economics, geographic region, religion, sexuality, personal reflections, work life balance, disabilities and related subjects are particularly welcomed.
Race, while drawn from the visual cues of human diversity, is an idea with a measurable past, identifiable present, and unpredictable future. The concept of race has been at the center of both triumphs, setbacks and tragedies in history and has been an undeniable factor on the human experience. This series is, therefore, meant to develop a discourse about how it intersects with mental health and inequality/inequity to affect the well being of individuals and communities.
Current and former academics and researchers/investigators from all backgrounds are welcomed to submit proposals by e-mail to:
Elwood Watson, Ph.D. and Hadii Mamadu Ph.D.
Department of History Department of Health Services Management & Policy
East Tennessee State University East Tennessee State University
P.O. Box 70672 Room G 42 -D, Lamb Hall
Johnson City , Tennessee 37614 Johnson City, Tennessee 37614
While monographs from ABD's will be considered, STRONG PREFERENCE will be given to Ph.D.'s, Ed.D.'s, MFA's and J.D's , medical doctors and established health professionals, journalists, psychologists, established scholars/professionals and those with other terminal degrees.