The Journal of Higher Education in Prison publishes open-access, peer-reviewed scholarship that advances the field of higher education in prison and addresses four specific needs:
We believe in making information and research freely available to the public to support a greater global exchange of knowledge. Thus, there are NO author or reader fees to publish in and read the Journal of Higher Education in Prison (e.g., no submission fees, subscription fees, or article processing charges [APCs]).
The Journal of Higher Education in Prison supports the Creative Commons project of alternative copyright, which allows authors to retain copyright while inviting certain uses of their work. Authors maintain ownership of their work and allow the Journal of Higher Education in Prison to publish it. We ask authors to acknowledge the Journal of Higher Education in Prison when distributing their work (such as on their own or college/university websites or via social media), and that they do not publish the same exact work in another publication. Readers are free to copy, display, distribute, and adapt content, as long as the work is attributed to the author and the Journal of Higher Education in Prison, the changes are identified, and the same license applies to the derivative work. The Journal of Higher Education in Prison is licensed by the designation Creative Commons Attribution: NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA). All Journal of Higher Education in Prison materials follow this license. This copyright licensing allows others to remix, adapt and build upon work for non-commercial purposes, as long as they credit and license their new creations under the identical terms.
All articles from the Journal of Higher Education in Prison will be archived with the Alliance for Higher Education in Prison. All authors may self-archive any version of the submitted article (e.g., preprint) and any time.
Note: The journal is published independently by the Alliance and supported by an Editorial Board of senior scholars. The Journal of Higher Education in Prison owes a tremendous amount of gratitude to the editorial team at the Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs and Michael LeVan, Editor-in-Chief/Founding Editor of Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies for their guidance as we founded a new journal.