From the journal:
inDiscipline is an interdisciplinary graduate student journal published annually by the Sociology and Anthropology Graduate Students’ Association at Concordia University. This first publication showcases the work of some of the participants from the 2014 Graduate Student Conference, which is organized by SAGSA annually. The them of the 2014 conference was Intersections: Multidisciplinarity, Method and Medium in Social Science Research.
Do you enjoy graphic design and want to gain some great experience for your CV? SAGSA’s Interdisciplinary Academic Journal is looking for a student volunteer to assist with the design and layout of our journal publication, both the print and online edition. The majority of the time requirement will be during the last two weeks of April as we prepare the journal for publication.
If you have experience with graphic design and are comfortable working with graphic design software programs we would love to have you join our team!
If you are interested in working with us on this project, or want to know more about this opportunity, send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAGSA is very happy to announce that we will be starting up a student-run, peer-reviewed journal this year! For now, we will be limiting publications to papers given at this year’s SAGSA Conference, Intersections / Convergences, but we intend to expand the journal’s scope in future years.
As the journal will be peer-reviewed, we are looking for reviewers (this could be you!). Reviewing submissions will give you valuable experience that looks great on a CV and will also help you refine your own writing.
We are looking for a few students with a strong understanding of academic review/critique and a solid knowledge of proper grammar, punctuation and syntax. We will be undertaking a double-blind peer-review process. Editors will be provided with a few papers, 3-5, to review for grammar, syntax and clarity of argument; comprehensive review guidelines will be provided to each editor. The time requirements will be minimal. Reviewers will have a week and a half for the process and each paper should only take an hour to an hour and a half to review. Your name will also be included in the final publication as a contributor.
If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com and include ‘Associate Editor’ in the subject line. In the body of the email please also indicate areas which you feel strongest in reviewing; such as, theory, gender, countries/regions, etc.
Attention Intersections Conference Presenters: Concordia Sociology and Anthropology Graduate students will be publishing the papers from this year’s Conference in the first edition of our student journal. We would love to include your paper!
If you would like to have your paper considered for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, the full and complete version of your paper (including all references and citations) needs to be submitted to us no later than Sunday March 23 at 11:59 pm EST. The paper should cover part or all of your presentation during the conference and should additionally include/ incorporate some of the comments and feedback received during the discussion following your presentation.
Papers can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paper Format Guidelines:
- Between 5- 10 pages in length (approximately 1250- 2500 words
- In .doc or .docx format (if you are using Open Office or another word processing program please ensure that you save your document in one of these compatible formats)
- Ensure that your paper is open for review when saving; please do not mark as ‘final’ or convert to pdf
- Times New Roman 12 point font with standard 1 inch margins
- Please use Chicago Style Author-date for citations. For more information about this citation style please refer to www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html