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The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College is soliciting undergraduate papers for an online journal. I've pasted the announcement below. Sincerely, Matt Masur ------------------------------------------------------------ Matthew Masur Assistant Professor of History St. Anselm College Manchester, New Hampshire 603.641.7046 CALL FOR PAPERS ON-LINE UNDERGRADUATE JOURNAL ENTITLED Global Topics Produced by the Research Center for International Affairs New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College Global Topics, a peer-reviewed electronic journal published by the Research Center for International Affairs, New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College, is now soliciting undergraduate papers for its third issue. In keeping with the Institute’s mission, Global Topics seeks to publish the highest quality undergraduate writing. The journal will publish articles from all disciplines and from interdisciplinary perspectives so long as they are relevant to international relations. Articles may pertain to any international, transnational, global, or comparative topic. Articles written by undergraduates or as the product of collaborative undergraduate/faculty research are welcome. If the article is the product of collaborative undergraduate/faculty research, the student must be the principle author. Further, students who graduated in 2004 are welcome to submit work they completed as an undergraduate. For full consideration for the 2005 issue, please submit manuscripts no later than 15 March 2005. There is no formal length requirement, but manuscripts of 20-30 pages double-spaced will receive priority. Preference will be given to articles that have contemporary international relevance. Submissions, typed double-spaced with footnotes, in Microsoft Word (.doc) format or Rich Text Format (.rtf) should be sent by email to Lorie Cochran, Administrative Assistant at: firstname.lastname@example.org Should you have any questions feel free to contact John D’Arpino, Editor of Global Topics at JDArpino@anselm.edu or Dr. Dennis MacDonald, Faculty Advisor to Global Topics, at DmacDona@anselm.edu