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Aims & Scope

GSP is a peer-reviewed journal that fosters comparative research, important new work, case studies, the links between genocide, mass violence and other human rights violations, and prevention and punishment of genocide and mass violence. The E-Journal contains articles on the latest developments in policy, research, and theory from various disciplines, including history, political science, sociology, psychology, international law, criminal justice, women's studies, religion, philosophy, literature, anthropology, and museology, visual and performance arts and history.

Peer-Review Process

All manuscripts will be peer reviewed. The editors will refer articles that are of sufficient quality and germane to genocide studies and/or the focus of a special issue to peer reviewers. The editors reserve the right not to refer a submission if in their opinion the article does not meet the basic standards of the journal. This is out of respect for the time of reviewers. If manuscripts are judged to be of sufficient scholarly quality, they will be reviewed by at least two experts in the field whose expertise is germane to the focus of the manuscript.