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Discipline(s)
Description
The Brown Journal of World AffairsInternational AffairsPublished by Brown University, semi-annually
Focus: contemporary international issues
Submissions should not exceed 5,000 words, see guidelines
Contact: bjwa@brown.edu
Columbia University Journal of Politics and Society (JPS)Political ScienceFocus: various social sciences (as they relate to politics or society)
Published biannually (fall and spring) by the Helvidius Group
Submissions: scholarly research papers by undergraduates or graduates whose commencement falls after the previous edition – see FAQ for format/guideline citations
Contact: Use the contact form on the website
Michigan Journal of Political Science (MJPS)Political SciencePublished biannually (fall and winter) by the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Focus: politics, economics, public policy, political psychology, political philosophy
Submissions: research-based papers written by current undergraduates, or work of graduates completed during undergraduate years. See citation and formatting guidelines under “Guidelines”
Indigenous Law JournalLawblished by University of Toronto
Submissions: articles, notes, case comments, reviews pertaining to the laws of indigenous peoples and the law as it affects indigenous peoples by students, faculty, practitioners, judiciary members
Contact: indiglaw.journal@utoronto.ca, submissions.ilj@utoronto.ca
The DialecticsPolitical ScienceContact: dialectics@psu.edu
Editor: salar@psu.edu
Focus: multidisciplinary – leadership, politics, society
Submissions: must have a single thesis, identify significant societal and global issues (& solutions/recommendations) – 1,200-3,000 words, APA citations, written for the general public. email to dialectics@psu.edu
Deadline: rolling basis
Peer-Reviewed
Electronic Journal
Published by Abington College (under Pennsylvania State University)
The PoliticPolitical Science· Contact: politicatyale@gmail.com
Focus: national and international politics
Critique: A Worldwide Student Journal of PoliticsPolitical ScienceElectronic Journal
Published by Illinois State University, bi-annually (Fall & Spring)
Focus: political/social change, new international/national political possibilities
Submissions: graduate and undergraduate students – paper submission form on main site
Contact: jkshapi@ilstu.edu, Editor: jawebbe@ilstu.edu
Texas International Law Journal (TILJ)LawFocus: public and private international law, international legal theory, law of international organizations, comparative and foreign law, domestic laws with significant international implications
Submissions: academic articles, essays, student notes; should include a curriculum vitae, cover letter, abstract – submit through ExpressO or by email submissions@tilj.org; see submission guidelines
Deadline: rolling basis
Published in fall, winter, and spring
Journal of Medicine and LawLawPublished biannually by Michigan State University
Focus: medical-legal topics, health law
Submissions: submit through ExpressO or by email to msujml@msu.edu , see formatting and citation guidelines
Deadline: rolling basis (Journal committee is not in session late-December through mid-January, nor mid-May through mid-August)
Contact: msujml@msu.edu
International Law Review (ILR)LawPublished three times a year
Submissions: articles (including the curriculum vitae); following citation guidelines of The BlueBook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th Ed.) — submit to MichiganStateILR@gmail.com
Contact: ilr@msu.edu
The Dartmouth Law Journal (DLJ)LawPublished quarterly
Submissions: law related questions and topics
Contact: info@dartmouthlawjournal.org

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