The Tufts Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs is now accepting photo submissions relating to this year’s theme of Growing Pains. The Submission deadline is February 10th, 2020.
We welcome and encourage a broad interpretation of the theme. Potential photograph themes may include, but are not limited to:
Role of Youth, Women’s Movements, Resurgence of Historical Grievances, Falling Actors, Institutional Legitimacy, Paradigm Shifts, Revolutionary Movements, New Technologies, Social Media and Government, Global Social Networks, Information Warfare, Cybersecurity, Language Politics, Migration, Changing Global Markets, Rise of (Non-State) Actors, Climate Issues, Nationalism, Shifting Demographics, Corruption, (Gender-Based) Violence in and Post-Conflict, and more.
Please scroll to the bottom for past photo selections for examples and inspiration. While these photographs were judged to be particularly outstanding, we always welcome new, creative, and broad interpretations of our theme.
To submit photos for evaluation, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org (with “Photography Submission – [NAME]” in the subject line).
1) Short (200-word max) Bio.
2) Contact Information (email, website link)
3) Where, when photos were taken.
4) Captions describing pictures.
5) Gallery title.
6) Photos (maximum number of photos: 10)
Any person submitting an article or photograph for publication in Hemispheres retains copyright in such article or photograph. However, the author is deemed to have granted a perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive license to Hemispheres and Tufts University to edit and publish the article or photograph in Hemispheres (in print and electronic formats, including on the Hemispheres and Tufts Digital Library websites) and to allow others to link to or republish any issue of Hemispheres which may include the article or photograph.