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[ecrea] CFP: NZ journal of interdisciplinary studies

Mon Oct 31 09:57:11 GMT 2011

Sometimes it can be hard to find a home for interesting interdisciplinary research, as many journals have implicit or explicit disciplinary boundaries ... if you have innovative interdisciplinary work that you are looking for a publication outlet for, the below may be of interest. Despite the name the scope goes beyond just Aotearoa/New Zealand.

New Zealand Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

*Call for papers*

The editors of the New Zealand Online Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies invite submission of

papers from the following disciplines: Architectural Theory, Anthropology, Art History and Art

Theory, Communication, Cultural Studies, Environment Studies, Legal Studies, Literature,

Linguistics. Whilst the aims of the journal are to be as broad and inclusive as possible papers to

be given preference will be those which provide academic insight on the discipline or which

critically reflect upon and explore interdisciplinary links.

Emphasis will be placed on topics which extend existing knowledge in new directions. The

journal offers a forum for the presentation and discussion of all topics relevant to

interdisciplinary studies for tertiary teachers, practitioners and researchers in New Zealand and


*Types of Contributions*

Contributions can be based on research and theory, best practice in teaching, theoretical or

technical knowledge, applied and vocational interdisciplinary practice.

*Submission formatting*

Paper submissions for NZOJIS should be 3000-6000 words in length, sent in Word file using

Times New Roman font and with an accompanying covering letter stating the affiliation and

contact details of the author. Please include a brief biographical statement. All papers should

be referenced using APA style.

Papers are subject to blind peer review.

Submission address: NZJOIS (Luke.Strongman /at/

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