Call for Papers
WWI Call for Papers
The University of North Georgia Press is issuing a call for scholarly monographs for our World War I Centenary Series. This peer reviewed series will commemorate America’s involvement in the Great War.
The series is open to all aspects of American involvement but will especially highlight Georgia’s participation. We also especially encourage proposed monographs linking local and regional to national and international engagement and that address such questions as “What effect did local engagement have on national or international engagement,” and “How did international engagement activities affect local or regional engagement activities?”
Other topics of interest include:
- Weapons and Technology
- Battles with American participants
- Specific Individuals (e.g., Alvin York or F. Scott Fitzgerald)
- The conjunction of Military Studies and Cultural Studies (e.g., military strength/colonialism)
- Security issues related to the environment, health, and trade, including but not limited to biochemical, medical, military, etc.
- Activities in countries gaining closer attention regarding WWI involvement (e.g., Poland, Hungary, Russia, Japan, China, etc.)
All submissions must be original unpublished works. All submissions must contain a separate document of a one page synopsis containing information of the general content and the significance to the field. All submissions must have a working title. Only abstracts that are between one and fifty pages in length will be considered. Manuscripts should be in a Word format. If your manuscript contains images/illustrations, please provide them in a table either in Word or Excel. If applicable, please include a table of contents and detailed chapter outline.
Please submit queries, abstracts, or complete original manuscripts to email@example.com. Please include World War I series in the email subject line.
International Journal of Security Studies: a graduate and undergraduate research journal Call for Papers
The Institute for Leadership and Strategic Studies at the University of North Georgia and the University of North Georgia Press are accepting submissions for the inaugural issue of the International Journal of Security Studies: a graduate and undergraduate research journal
IJoSS is an open access, online/print-on-demand, and peer-reviewed journal on Security Studies. IJoSS will present national and international perspectives on security issues and studies. By disseminating undergraduate and graduate research internationally, IJoSS seeks to facilitate students’ acquisition of knowledge from alternative viewpoints, allowing them to further develop critical thinking and problem-solving competencies required to lead in a complex world.
IJoSS is open to all aspects of Security Studies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Civil-military relations
- Conflict and peace building
- Economic and energy security
- Environmental and food security
- Epidemics and national and international security
- Human and everyday security
- Leadership and crisis leadership
- Strategy and warfare
- Technology and weapons security
Submission guidelines are available at http://digitalcommons.northgeorgia.edu/ijoss/