Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Global Security Studies Review (GSSR) Submissions

SUBMISSIONS

We are currently accepting submissions for our summer publication. The submission deadline is July 20, 2013.
Global Security Studies Review (GSSR), the official academic review of Georgetown University’s Security Studies Program (SSP), is seeking full-length article submissions, op-eds, and book and article reviews for publication. All submissions should feature insightful and original analysis, and should appeal to both specialists and general-interest readers.
Article submissions should typically not exceed 6,000 words in length. All articles must use footnotes using the Chicago Manual of Style method. Articles may address any issue relevant to foreign policy or national security. Please include a brief summary of your article (less than 500 words) in the body of your email. All articles selected for publication will be edited and peer-reviewed, and subsequently approved for publication by the author(s).
Op-ed submissions should typically not exceed 1,000 words in length. Op-eds should be timely and may address any issue regarding foreign affairs or national security. To facilitate fact-checking by GSSR staff, all factual assertions must be appropriately cited using Chicago style footnotes, although published pieces will contain no footnotes.
Book and article reviews should range from 500 – 2,000 words in length, and should contain no footnotes or endnotes. At a minimum, each review should contain a concise summary of the book or article examined, and analysis and discussion of the work’s strengths and/or weaknesses.

All submissions should be sent in Microsoft Word format, using 12-point font and 1.5 line spacing, to GSSR.submissions@gmail.com. With exception for quantitative analysis, submissions should not contain graphics or non-standard formatting.
Writers should include with their submissions their full name, email address, phone number, and a brief biographical note for publication.
GSSR uses an anonymous editing and peer-review process; only the Editor-in-Chief will know the author’s name until publication.

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