Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy


Hernandez, Juana, and Jeffrey Reynoso, ed. 2015. “Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy.” Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 27.
Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy


Founded in 1985 at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy is an academic non-partisan review that publishes works on politics and policy. It is one of the premiere publications in the nation that focuses on the policy issues that impact the U.S. Latino/a community. 

Curated by the 2014-2015 Editorial Board, Volume 27 features research, commentary, and special content by leading scholars, practitioners, and artists, including:

  • "Unaccompanied Child Migrants in 'Crisis': New Surge or Case of Arrested Development?" by David M. Hernández (Commentary)
  • "Realizing the DREAM: Expanding Access to Professional Licenses for California’s Undocumented Immigrants" by State Senator Ricardo Lara (Commentary)
  • "Se Siente, Se Siente, Nuestra Gente Está Presente: Latinos and the Search for 21st Century Economic Empowerment" by Víctor G. Sánchez (Commentary)
  • "Catch-and-Detain: The Detention Bed Quota and the United States’ Overreliance on Detention as a Tool for the Enforcement of Immigration Laws" by Carolina Rizzo (Research Article)
  • "Achieving First in the World: Hispanic Serving Institutions and Closing the Attainment Gap" by Brenda Calderon (Research Article)
  • "The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and America's Future: An Analysis of the Potential Impacts of Major RFS Policy Alternatives on U.S. Hispanics" by Wesley R. Brooks (Research Article)
  • "Alien Inspector" by Annie Lopez (Cover Art)

Order the 2015 edition online: http://www.harvardhispanic.org/subscribe/

Paperback: $20.00
Last updated on 06/14/2015