Perspectives on Global Issues is calling for submissions for the SPRING 2017 edition!
Submissions for our print journal will be accepted until Monday, March 20th.
All submissions will be blind-peer reviewed and edited by our editorial staff to ensure high quality.
We publish 10-15 articles in the journal twice yearly. Please see criteria and how to structure a submission email below.
Being published in an academic journal is an excellent asset to highlight for potential employers and educational opportunities. Although students in the Center for Global Affairs are the main contributors to the journal, we encourage all interested NYU students and faculty to submit research papers, other classwork, and original work related to the study of global affairs for publication.
If your piece is selected for publication you will be notified with details.
Perspectives on Global Issues (PGI) is the peer-reviewed academic journal of NYU’s Center for Global Affairs.
We welcome submissions from students and faculty on topics pertaining to international relations, security, gender, economy, development, energy, peace building, and the environment.
We accept articles for the journal, published at the end of each semester, as well as op-eds, book reviews, and photo essays on a rolling basis for the website.
Please include a two to four line bio with your submission and adhere to the following submission guidelines:
- Articles may range from 1,500 to 4,000 words in length.
- Articles should be submitted in MLA Style, as outlined in our citation and reference guidelines.
- If there are photos or graphics you want to have included in your article, please include them in your submission file as separate documents. Be sure to include photograph credit information.
- Op-Eds may range between 750 and 1000 words.
- Writing should be particularly concise, persuasive, and easy to read for a wide audience.
- Citations should be hyperlinked in the text.
- Book reviews may range between 750 and 1000 words in length.
- Please include the author(s), title, publisher, year and place of publication, number of pages, and ISBN at the top of your submission.
Photo essays or stand-alone photo submissions
- We welcome photo submissions from MSGA Global Field Intensives or other research conducted abroad.
- Please include the photographers name, the location, and date of each photograph.
Note: Submissions that do not meet any of the other basic criteria mentioned above, while not rejected outright, will likely be sent back to the author.
- Submit to: email@example.com
- In the body of your email, include the following: Your complete name, concentration, paper title, word count, and a two- to four-line bio.
We look forward to reading your submissions.
You may also feel free to reach out to Stevin Azo Michels (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions!