Carnegie Mellon University

Call for Papers

Center for International Relations and Politics (CIRP) Journal

Submission Deadline: Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019

For its sixth issue, the CIRP Journal invites students to submit original research on any topic related to decision-making in international or domestic policy. Essays may include approaches drawn from economic analysis, decision science, psychology, comparative politics, international relations, political theory and American politics, among other fields. Undergraduate and graduate students from all Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) colleges and disciplines are invited to submit. Work that has been submitted for a grade in a prior or current CMU course is eligible for submission.

Submission Guidelines

  1. Submissions should be five pages including section headings, footnotes, pictures, graphs, tables, etc., Times New Roman 12, single-spaced.
  2. Citations should be formatted in accordance with Chicago Manual of Style rules.
  3. Submissions must include a cover sheet with the author's name, e-mail address and essay title. The author’s name should appear on the cover sheet only.
  4. Students should submit their work electronically to Hillary Tanoff, with subject line “CIRP Journal: Submission,” on or before Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019.

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Call for Other-Than-English Writing Submissions: Project -LOGUE

For their senior honors project (Project -LOGUE), Paloma Sierra-Hernandez and Abigail Salmon are looking for writing submissions from languages other than English, to be translated and published. They are also looking for visual and performing art submissions under the same mission of linguistic inclusion.

Submissions of all languages are being accepted from the Pittsburgh area. Pieces incorporating multiple languages are welcome!

Writing
Example submissions include Poetry; Short Story; Folk Tale or Folk Tale Adaptation; Song Lyrics; Personal Narrative. Accepted works will be translated into English for print and online publication. They will be published in their original language(s) with credit for the author, alongside

To submit or learn more, please email Abigail Salmon at asalmon@andrew.cmu.edu

Visual and Performing Arts
Example Submission for Visual and Performing Arts include Visual Art (2D, 3D, and Media) and Performance (Music, Dance, and/or Theatre). Selected submissions will be displayed in an exhibit and featured in a print publication, with credit to artists.

To submit or learn more, please email Paloma Sierra-Hernandez at prjlogue@gmail.com