Date: 2014-09-16
Time: 00:00:00
Sent by:
Category: Call for Papers
Subject: Call for Papers: International Journal: Canada’s journal of global policy analysis

International Journal: Canada’s journal of global policy analysis, is planning a special, peer-reviewed, issue on the past, present, and future of international education.  IJ combines policy briefs (3,000 words, limited footnotes) with longer scholarly assessments (up to 8,000 words, including up to 60 notes) of interest to foreign policy-makers and analysts in Canada and abroad. The journal is cross-disciplinary, combining the insights of history, political science, and economics with anthropology and other social sciences to advance research and dialogue in the field of international relations, broadly defined.


We welcome submissions that consider any of the following elements of international education as an element of international policy or scholarship:



Authors who wish that their essays be considered for publication in the special issue are asked to submit complete manuscripts by 20 February 2015 to allow time for peer review.  Papers that reach IJ after the deadline will be considered for publication in the journal at a later date.  IJ accepts submissions through the Scholar One website at the Scholar One website, which is accessible at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ijx.  Full details on submission format and style can be found at http://www.sagepub.com/journals/Journal202229#tabview=manuscriptSubmission.  


Please forward any questions to either of the journal’s co-editors, Adam Chapnick (achapnick@internationaljournal.ca) or Mairi MacDonald (mmacdonald@internationaljournal.ca)


The Canadian Political Science Association (CPSA) does not and cannot guarantee the accuracy of these messages. Opinions and findings that may be expressed in the messages are not necessarily those of the CPSA or its Directors, Officers and employees. Anyone using the information does so at their own risk and shall be deemed to indemnify the CPSA from any and all injury or damage arising from such use. Moreover, the CPSA does not sponsor, review or monitor the contents of sites accessible via hyperlinks. Messages are posted in the language received.