Hello.  Here is a publishing opportunity for students with an interest in international, transnational, global, or comparative issues.  Thank you, and have a great break.


Global Topics, a student-reviewed electronic journal published by the Sen. Thomas J. Dodd Center for International Affairs and Law, New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College, is soliciting undergraduate papers for its 2012 issue.

In keeping with the Institute’s mission, Global Topics seeks to publish the highest quality of undergraduate writing. The journal will publish articles from all disciplines and from interdisciplinary perspectives so long as they address international, transnational, global, or comparative issues.  The current issue of Global Topics is available at

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 2011 are welcome to submit work they completed as undergraduates.

For full consideration for the 2012 issue, please submit manuscripts no later than 31 January 2012. There is no formal length requirement, but articles should not exceed 35 pages. Preference will be given to articles that have contemporary international relevance.  Submissions should be typed and double-spaced and should adhere to the Chicago Manual of Style.  Papers in MLA or other formats will not be considered.

Please send submissions as an e-mail attachment (.doc, .docx, or .rtf) to Professor Matthew Masur, faculty advisor for the journal, at [log in to unmask].  Questions regarding Global Topics should be directed to Professor Masur at the same address.