Have something ... different to say? Good. We want to hear it. The IC Journal
is seeking unique student papers concerning race, culture, gender, and ethnicity for its upcoming issue.
The Ithaca College Journal of Race, Culture, Gender, and Ethnicity
is a student-run undergraduate academic journal, established in the fall of 2004, which gives students the opportunity to publish their works concerning issues of race, culture, gender and ethnicity. Approaching its sixth year of publication, the journal has not only continued to improve in its form and content, but has stimulated important dialogue about dire social issues that permeate far beyond the boundaries of Ithaca College's campus community.
The journal's editorial board is currently looking for papers based on race, culture, gender, or ethnicity to be apart of this years edition. The purpose of the journal is to raise awareness and to promote discussions about various issues and complexities of race, culture, gender, and ethnicity and the impacts on our community, whether that may be here at Ithaca College or throughout the world. These papers can range in length but must be at least six pages.
This is a great opportunity to get your work out and published to the public since you can find the Ithaca College Journal of Race, Culture, Gender, and Ethnicity
in the Library of Congress.
If you would like to submit a paper, the deadline is February 19th. Papers may be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Also if you would like to be part of the Journal's editorial board feel free to contact email@example.com
. If you know anyone who may be interested please spread the word.