Call for papers: Khamasin

I was asked to post this call for papers from an online journal based at American University in Cairo.  As an AUC alumna, I was pleased to spread the news.

— L.L. Wynn

Khamasin Journal, Spring ‘09: Call for Submissions

Khamasin, the online journal of the American University in Cairo’s Political Science Department, invites students, faculty and members of the AUC community and beyond to submit papers for consideration to the Spring 2009 edition of the journal. All topics are welcome from the Social Sciences and the Humanities.

Submission Guidelines
Please submit in MSWORD format (.doc) to with the words “Khamasin Submission” in the subject line. Inquiries may be directed to +20.2.2615.1906.

-Maximum word length: 8000 words.
-Formatting standard: Chicago Manual of Style 15th ed.
-Deadline – Jan. 20th, 2009

For complete guidelines, please consult:

The Khamasin journal, started in 2006 by the American University in Cairo’s Department of Political Science, is intended to serve as a forum for learning and dialogue within the AUC community and beyond. This quarterly seeks to publish theoretical, field and research driven studies which address a variety of issues within the scope of political science in particular, and the social sciences in general. Khamasin invites a variety of submission formats: articles and essays, monographs, book chapters, working papers, reviews, talks and conference papers, responses/rebuttals and commentaries. As well, interdisciplinary ventures which address, directly or indirectly, issues of political concern are welcome from all sectors of the social sciences and humanities.

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