Journal of International Affairs at Columbia University
The Journal of International Affairs, published at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, is currently accepting submissions and proposals for articles for its next issue, v. 57.2, titled “Land: Home, Identity, and Livelihood.” The volume will use land as a unifying concept to examine topics from the conceptual to the pragmatic, including indigenous and stateless peoples, diasporic consciousness and exile, migration, nationalism and immigration policies, brain drain, citizenship laws, war, and land-redistribution policies.
Articles should be approximately 7,000 words in length. Deadline for submission is January 15, 2004. Please contact the Journal editors by phone or email before October 20, 2003, with proposals. Publication date is April 2004.
The Journal of International Affairs was established at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in 1947, in the wake of the second world war, making it the second-oldest foreign affairs journal in the United States. Since then, it has been published biannually. The journal is distinctive for its single-topic format, which brings together scholars and practitioners from across the political spectrum to address the timely angles of an issue of international import. Past writers include such distinguished names as Hannah Arendt, Jagdish Bhagwati, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, W. Averill Harriman, John Kerry, Margaret Mead, Herbert Schiller, Paul Volcker, and Kenneth Waltz.
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