Call for Papers Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research is a peer-reviewed journal published by Clark Atlanta University Department of Political Science in partnership with Robert Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center. The journal is an online publication and is published twice a year. Endarch seeks to reflect, analyze, and generate activity, which will ultimately lead toward the expansion, clarification, and solidification of black political thought. For this purpose, the journal publishes articles that report original investigations and contribute new scholarship to the field of political science. Articles submitted to Endarch may be in the form of comparative analyses, case studies, or may focus on theory or theory construction.
Submission Guidelines For Endarch:
Journal of Black Political Research
Endarch invites articles, book reviews, and essays that address gender, international issues, political economy, law and public policy, domestic issues, race and ethnicity, development, theory, and methodology. Submissions must adhere to Kate Turabianís A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations format. All submissions must be double-spaced and include a 50-word abstract.
Book reviews should be between 3 to 5 pages. Essays should be limited to approximately 10 pages plus references. Article length should be between 20-30 pages plus references. All manuscripts should be accompanied with a short biography of the author, a cover sheet with the title of the article, authorís affiliation, mailing address, phone and fax numbers. Submission of manuscripts implies a commitment to publish in Endarch. Accepted manuscripts are subject to editorial modifications.
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