Call for Papers: Cutting Edge – An Interdisciplinary Online Journal
Cutting Edge is soliciting manuscripts on students’ reflections on past, recent and current aspects of interdisciplinary research, as well as thoughts on the future of interdisciplinary studies. Towards this end, papers may focus on questions that address methods and methodologies in interdisciplinary studies, theory and practice in interdisciplinary studies, and the role of academia in facilitating interdisciplinary researches. The journal may also focus on themes including, but not limited to, public health, inequality and justice, colonial and postcolonial studies, or any question that addresses marginalized groups or minorities. The journal will accept papers:
· In multiple formats including reports of empirical research, conceptual and theoretical issues in interdisciplinary studies, book reviews, interviews, and literature reviews.
· And in multiple media formats such as audio and video clips, graphics, poetry and memories, and photography.
Written submissions should be a maximum of 1300-2000 words, excluding footnotes and bibliography, and will be peer-reviewed by our editorial committee. The first footnote should include a short statement (max. four lines) about you, including faculty, university, and any information pertinent to your submission. The footnote will be removed, along with the author’s name, before the article is peer-reviewed to facilitate anonymity, but will be included when the article is published online.
Submissions to the journal may not be under review or currently published by another publication or under copyright elsewhere. The papers and references must be consistent with either APA or MLA style guidelines. There is no charge for submission and publication. Contributions should be submitted through email at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating ‘Cutting Edge’ in the subject line.