Columbia University’s Journal of Politics and Society is currently accepting student papers for publication in our Fall 2018 Journal.
JPS is an academic journal of the social sciences and history, distributed nationally among academics on EBSCO, Google Scholar, and the Library of Congress. In its 29th year of publication, the Journal features exclusively undergraduate work on political and social issues. It is seeking outstanding student research papers from seminars, upper-level electives, independent study and thesis programs (typically between 20 and 50 pages, although all submissions will be considered).
The deadline for student paper submissions is January 7, 2018. To download a Call for Papers PDF, please visit: http://www.helvidius.org/cfp
To learn more about our organization or to view past editions of the journal, please visit www.helvidius.org.
The Walsh Exchange is an undergraduate international relations research conference hosted by the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service. The Walsh Exchange is now accepting paper submissions from undergraduate students who are studying international relations.
The Walsh Exchange is an annual international relations research conference hosted by the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service and the Mortara Center for International Studies. It is designed to give undergraduate students the platform to present their original research to scholars, professors, and panelists in the field. Applications are being accepted for student presenters to present their international relations research at the conference. Applications are due by January 29th, 2018, and include a 20-50 page research paper and 1-2 minute video summary of your research. Additional submission guidelines can be found here.
Accepted presenters will be invited to attend the conference in Washington, DC from April 12th-13th, 2018, where they will present their papers, attend a keynote address in their honor, visit think tanks, and network with experts in the international relations arena. Travel and hotel expenses for those outside the DC area will be covered in full by the Walsh Exchange.
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Call for Applications:
European Studies Undergraduate Project Prize
The European Studies Undergraduate Project Prize is designed to encourage interest and collaborative, interdisciplinary work in the field of European Studies by rewarding talented undergraduates who have conducted original research in the field. The European Studies Undergraduate Project Prize is awarded to the best research paper written in English on any subject in European Studies as part of an undergraduate university degree program. Projects that incorporate another discipline and a second contributor are strongly encouraged.
Two prizes will be awarded in 2018. A multi-disciplinary selection committee appointed by CES’ Executive Committee will choose the winners. Each winner (or winning collaborative team) will receive a check for $500, along with public recognition in CES’ European Studies Newsletter, EuropeNow Campus, and on CES’ social media sites.
Access the application form here.
Looking for a chance to get published in one of Washington’s most influential foreign policy publications? Have your voice heard where it matters and establish credibility as and independent, trustworthy voice in foreign policy. The John Quincy Adams Society has partnered with The National Interest, a highly regarded outlet famous for publishing essays like Francis Fukuyama’s “The End of History?”
Winners get published in TNI and get a significant cash prize; additionally, the first twenty entrants get a free subscription to TNI. More information, rules, and instructions for participation are available on the website at jqas.org/essay-contest. It’s a great chance for students to raise their profiles!
The Sigma Iota Rho Journal of International Relations is accepting article submissions from undergraduate students for its 2017 print issue.
- Authors must be current students
- Articles must be original and previously unpublished
- Articles must be between 2,000 and 6,000 words in length
- Articles must pertain to the field of International Studies
- Articles may include charts, graphs, or other pertinent illustrations
- Submit in Microsoft Word .docx format with 1″ margins, 12-point Times New Roman font, and double-space
- Include a cover page (author’s name, email, telephone number, university, and the title of the article), a 200-word abstract, and a brief biography of the author
- Complete the bibliography & footnotes according to the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition
The Sigma Iota Rho (SIR) Journal of International Relations is an undergraduate journal of international studies housed in the Library of Congress. The Journal has a circulation of over 3,000 copies, which are distributed to over 160 undergraduate international relations programs and APSIA graduate international relations schools. Each edition includes a featured article by a leading voice in international relations; previous headliners have included Joseph Biden, Henry Kissinger, and Pascal Lamy.
The Journal is also seeking regular bloggers, op-ed articles, and research articles for its expanding online platform, SIRjournal.org
Op-ed and Research Article Rules:
- Work must be relevant to the field of International Studies
- Lengths and topics are flexible
- Bloggers must commit to one post per calendar month
- Blog posts must be between 500-1200 words
- Applications must include the student’s name, email address, telephone number, university, and a sample blog post
Send print submissions & questions to the SIR Board @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Send online submissions & questions to Miranda Lupion @ email@example.com
Columbia University’s Journal of Politics and Society is currently accepting undergraduate student papers for publication in the Fall 2017 Journal. The Journal has consistently published multiple papers by U-M students in the past few years.
The academic journal of the social sciences and history is distributed nationally among academics on EBSCO, Google Scholar, and the Library of Congress. In its 28th year of publication, the Journal features exclusively undergraduate work on political and social issues. The Journal is seeking outstanding student research papers from seminars, upper-level electives, independent study and thesis programs.
Papers are typically between 20 and 50 pages, although all submissions will be considered.
The deadline for student paper submissions is January 8, 2017. To download a Call for Papers PDF, please visit: http://www.helvidius.org/cfp
If you care to learn more about the organization or to view past editions of the Journal, please visit www.helvidius.org.