Letters & Opinions

Transition welcomes Letters to the Editor and brief Opinion pieces. We especially welcome reader responses to our published material.

Since its launch in 1961, Transition has been a vibrant, international forum for the exchange of ideas and our Letters to the Editor section featured some of the most impassioned and memorable expressions the journal had to offer. While the Letters section was dropped from the journal’s lineup many years ago, we are pleased to revive this forum and welcome letters for publication. Letters and Opinions up to 1000 words in length can be sent submitted to transition@fas.harvard.edu for consideration, with the subject line Letter to the Editor.

Image: Manuscript showing the Vai script (c.1849), a new way of writing invented in Liberia in the early 19th century. Photograph courtesy of the British Library.


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