Michigan Journal of Political Science now accepting submissions

March 16, 2010Duke Law News

The Michigan Journal of Political Science is now accepting submissions for the Spring 2010 issue. Essays from undergraduates and any essay with relevance to the field of political science will be considered. The MJPS Editorial Board welcomes articles from any methodology or viewpoint. The suggested length for submissions is twenty to thirty pages double-spaced. Papers will be evaluated based upon methodology, novelty of research, and strength of argument. All submitted works become the property of MJPS.

The MJPS Editorial Board automatically considers submissions from undergraduates for the Frank Grace award. The recipient receives a $500 cash award.

Essays must be submitted by April 4, 2010, to be considered for the Fall 2009 Journal. It is recommended that applicants submit their papers as early as possible. Any submissions received after the deadline will be considered for the Fall 2010 Journal.

To submit an article for publication, please e-mail it as an attachment to mjps-submissions@umich.edu. Submissions must include the student's name, university and telephone number, as well as the title of the paper.

For more information, please visit www.umich.edu/〜mjps.

Michigan Journal of Political Science
University of Michigan Political Science Department
5700 Haven Hall
505 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1045
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