The RMJ is a free quarterly publication that features professional research articles on human rights issues, repressive regimes, war, and other related topics by academics, scholars, and students. While history is the central focus, papers from other disciplines are accepted if they deal with the subject matter. It is also open to veterans and historical eyewitnesses to share their stories with the public.
Educational institutions, museums, and archives can also use the RM Journal as a way to publicize events, exhibits, and updates. If you wish to use the RMJ on behalf of your institution, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All work sent for consideration must be entirely original and not plagiarized or copied from other sources. We do not accept work that has been published previously. All sources used must be cited. You may use MLA, APA, or Chicago style. Any images or graphics you would like us to use for your work must be your own, used with permission from the owner, or public domain. No copy-protected material of any kind will be used unless a permit of use has been granted to the Regimes Museum by the owner. Research that has appeared in another publication may not be the exact same piece of work (summaries or updated/rewritten versions are acceptable). A peer-review process is in place for all submissions. The editors reserve the right to edit, alter, or reject any work submitted. The editors reserve the right to refuse any publication and are not responsible for or endorse any statements made by a contributor. All opinions and statements made by a contributor are solely their own. Older editions of the RM Journal are only available in print format, but copies are held in the Regimes Museum archive.