Submit your work on South Asia to the Columbia Undergraduate Journal of South Asian Studies
The Columbia Undergraduate Journal of South Asian Studies is looking for papers for Volume I, no. 2. The journal is a space for undergraduates to publish their original research on South Asia (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka) from both the social sciences and humanities. However, it is preferred that papers that solely deal with quantitative analysis are not submitted. There is no "ideal" page range, though generally submissions between 15 and 40 pages are preferred. Your submission will not be disqualified if it is under 15 or over 40 pages.
Please note that to submit, you must be an undergraduate student at a college or university, or have attained your undergraduate degree within the past year.
More information, including document formatting information, can be found at our website.
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