Invitation to publish student work on Women in Leadership
Students are invited to submit their work to On Our Terms, the online academic journal of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College. The journal will feature undergraduate research across all disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and the STEM fields, on the broad topic of women and leadership.
Now, more than ever, the theme of women and leadership is being discussed, questioned, and explored -- giving scholars and researchers new ways to think about leadership as an emerging academic discourse. On Our Terms is a journal created for students, by students, and its goal is to provide a platform for student thought, debate, and voice. The journal is inviting submissions - written articles or multimedia pieces -that reimagine and redefine the ideas pivotal to women and leadership. Submissions that relate to any one of the follow themes are encouraged:
- women in activism and social movements
- female change-makers in politics, literature or history
- progressive women thinkers and intellectuals
- capturing women's leadership in fine arts, music, and dance
- women's influence in a changing global economy
The priority deadline is rolling until November 15th. The final deadline is December 15. To be considered for the Spring 2013 issue, first submissions must be completed papers. The journal will need the final piece by December 15. Final submissions may be in the form of a research article, a creative exploration, or an excerpt taken from a larger work. In your email, indicate the title of the piece, author(s), and an abstract or description. All writing samples should be cited in the format appropriate for the discipline of the paper.
To submit your work, or if you have any questions, email email@example.com
For more information about this submission please contact Elna Solvang.
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