The Jackson School Journal, an academic journal run by undergraduate students within the Jackson School of International Studies, is looking for papers to consider for publication for Autumn 2014.
Any paper that pertains to an international topic of some sort will be considered for publication. Topics in our last issue ranged from studying squatter societies in South America, to a study on French film after WWII, to US policy towards the Mexican drug wars, to a piece on urban farming in Cuba. There’s no end to the possibilities!
Did you write a great paper last quarter? Get it Published!
The Jackson School Journal of International Studies is currently accepting submissions for the Autumn 2014 issue!
We accept theses, research papers and policy papers, and generally look for submissions about 10-15 double-spaced pages in length, though you’re welcome to submit something shorter or longer. If your piece is selected you get the chance to work closely with an editor and faculty members. Plus, you get to see your name in print and call yourself a published author! Turn in your submission by January 31st for early review!