Purdue University Journals
For 25 years, Against the Grain (ISSN: 1043-2094) has been the key to the latest news about libraries, publishers, book jobbers, and subscription agents. It presents a unique collection of reports on the issues, literature, and people that impact the world of books and journals. Today, ATG is published on paper six times a year, in February, April, June, September, and November and December/January. Through a collaboration between the publishers of ATG and Purdue University Libraries, this site provides free online access to archival content more than three years old. Access to more recent content is limited to subscribers.
Artl@s Bulletin (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
The Artl@s Bulletin is a peer-reviewed, transdisciplinary journal devoted to spatial and transnational questions in the history of the arts, published by the ENS and the CNRS in partnership with Purdue Publishing.
The Artl@s Bulletin ’s ambition is twofold: 1. a focus on the “transnational” as constituted by exchange between the local and the global or between the national and the international; 2. an openness to innovation in research methods, particularly the quantitative possibilities offered by digital mapping and data visualization.
See the About the Journal page for a complete coverage of the journal.
Claritas: Journal of Dialogue and Culture (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
Purdue University Press published Claritas from 2012 until 2019, when the journal moved to Sophia University Institute. New journal content may be accessed at https://claritas.sophiauniversity.org/index.php/dialogue-and-culture.
The Focolare’s life and thought, dialogues and initiatives provide the inspiration for this interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, online/open access academic journal. Claritas also seeks to facilitate critical and constructive dialogue between scholars from all research disciplines and encourages cross-disciplinary and intercultural collaboration.
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (Purdue University Press Open Access Journals)
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
ISSN 1481-4374 <http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb>
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CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (1999-), the peer-reviewed, full-text, and open-access journal, publishes new scholarship in theory and criticism, comparative literature, and cultural studies.
The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles in regular, thematic, and special issues, review articles of scholarly books, and research material in its Library Series.
Publications in CLCWeb are indexed in the Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature (Chadwyck-Healey), the Arts and Humanities Citation Index (Thomson Reuters ISI-AHCI), the Humanities Index (Wilson), Humanities International Complete (EBSCO), the International Bibliography of the Modern Language Association of America, & Scopus (Elsevier).
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture is affiliated with the Purdue University Press monograph series of Books in Comparative Cultural Studies.
CLCWeb Library (CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture)
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, the peer-reviewed, full-text, and open-access online learned journal in the humanities and social sciences, publishes new scholarship following tenets of the discipline of comparative literature and the field of cultural studies designated as "comparative cultural studies."
This series contains open access peer-reviewed articles, review articles of scholarly books, and research material published through the Purdue University Press.
Cyber Center Publications (Cyber Center)
The Cyber Center at Purdue provides a venue for all IT-related research, hardware, software, and staffing to come together in a single venue allowing new discoveries that can have immediate impact on discovery, learning, and engagement.
This series contains publications published through The Cyber Center at Purdue University.
Data Curation Profiles Directory (Data Curation Profiles)
A Data Curation Profile is a resource for Library and Information Science professionals, Archivists, IT professionals, Data Managers, and others who want information about the specific data generated and used in research areas and sub-disciplines that may be published, shared, and preserved for re-use. Data Curation Profiles capture requirements for a specific data set generated by a single scientist or lab, based on their reported their needs and preferences for the data. More information about the Data Curation Profiles Project is available at http://datacurationprofiles.org
The Data Curation Profiles Directory provides a stable, citable home for completed Data Curation Profiles. Each completed profile is subjected to review before being formatted, published with a DOI, and distributed through the information supply chain. More information about this process can be found in the "About" section of this site.
The Data Information Literacy (DIL) Case Studies Directory serves as a repository of materials used to teach students competencies in working with, managing, sharing and curating their research data. Each of the DIL case studies includes a description of the educational program and any accompanying supporting materials such as syllabi, lesson plans, rubrics, exercises or other learning objects. DIL case studies are available for re-use under a CC-BY license and information on how to cite a case study is provided.The DIL Directory welcomes submissions of learning materials from DIL programs developed by librarians, archivists or other information professionals. Submissions will be reviewed by the editors of the directory and should include a brief description of the program. If accepted, the case study is assigned a DOI to enable citation as a part of the publication process. More information about submitting materials for publication can be found in the "Policies" section.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Department of Physics and Astronomy Faculty Publications (Department of Physics and Astronomy)
The physics department has been largely expanding over the past few years, and focuses on conducting the most current and innovative research and outreach in the industry. Below are some research publications conducted by the department that focus on a variety of related topics.
Education and Culture (Purdue University Press Subscription Journals)
Education & Culture, published twice yearly by Purdue University Press, takes an integrated view of philosophical, historical, and sociological issues in education. Submissions of Dewey scholarship, as well as work inspired by Dewey's many interests, are welcome. JDS members receive the journal as part of their membership in the society. The most recent three years of the journal are only available online through Project Muse, but the archive is available Open Access here through Purdue e-Pubs, the online publishing platform of Purdue University.
The journal publishes peer-reviewed critical essays, research studies, essay and book reviews, and “rejoinder” essays. Recommended lengths vary for critical essays, research studies, or essay reviews (7500 words); book reviews (1000-2000 words); and commentaries or rejoinders to published pieces (800 words).
First Opinions, Second Reactions (Purdue University Press Open Access Journals)
First Opinions, Second Reactions (FOSR) fills a void by publishing book reviews that meet the needs of K–12 teachers of language arts, parents and children, and public and school librarians. FOSR invites submissions, but also commissions particular scholars and writers to prepare articles for each issue.
Advisory Board: FOSR has an advisory board of individuals who have been selected for their international and multicultural perspectives on the subject. In addition, these board members have held positions on awards committees, consulted with governments on the subject of children’s reading habits, received Fulbright awards to travel and study in the United States or overseas, presented at international conferences for teachers and librarians, and written various forms of literature for children. Members of the advisory board review each issue prior to publication.
First Opinions, Second Reactions is published three times each year.
Gifted Children (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
Gifted Children is the peer-reviewed electronic journal of the AERA Special Interest Group (SIG) for Research on Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent. It serves as a vehicle for distribution of research reports and resources, such as methodological information and book reviews, that will be of interest to researchers in gifted education. Articles are published free-of-charge so that they are immediately accessible to practitioners and academics worldwide.
Editor: Kristina Ayers Paul, Purdue University
Gifted Children is no longer accepting submissions, but previously published content may still be accessed.
Global Business Languages (Purdue University Press Open Access Journals)
This is the archive of Global Business Languages for Volume 1 through Volume 19. Global Business Languages is now published by GW Libraries & Academic Innovation, The George Washington University, Washington, DC . Authors wishing to submit new manuscripts should visit the current journal site:
Historical Documents of the Purdue Cooperative Extension Service (Department of Agricultural Communication)
The Purdue Cooperative Extension Service is a part of the Land Grant University system through which efforts are made through non-formal and research activity to inform communities about their needs and engagement in agriculture and natural resources, health and human sciences, economic and community development, and 4-H youth. These historical documents cover topics in the aforementioned subjects, and date back to as early as the 1960s.
IMPACT Profile Directory (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
The IMPACT Profiles Directory is a collective of faculty profiles that facilitates readers’ ability to identify best practices in course transformation processes and college teaching. Furthermore, the IMPACT Profiles Directory is designed to enhance faculty’s scholarship of teaching and learning in that it creates case studies of field specific course transformation processes and outcomes that can become the basis for conference presentations and future scholarly articles, making teaching practices public and peer reviewable. More information about the IMPACT initiative is available on the IMPACT website.
Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning (Purdue University Press Open Access Journals)
This is the archive of The Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning (IJPBL) for Volume 1, Issue 1 through Volume 13, Issue 2. The The Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning (IJPBL) is now published by Indiana University. Authors wishing to submit new manuscripts should visit the current journal site:
Journal of Applied Farm Economics (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
The Journal of Applied Farm Economics (JAFE) serves as a vehicle for publishing applied research articles and notes, reviews, and teaching case studies related to the business of production agriculture. Interdisciplinary submissions are encouraged.
Subjects covered by JAFE include but are not limited to: animal and crop production, risk management, risk aversion, animal welfare, sustainability, precision farming, portfolio analysis, estate planning, succession planning, farmland values, land tenure and rental, strategy, growth, budgeting, technology, efficiency and productivity, cost of capital, margin hedging, decision analysis, liquidity, marketing, hedging, crop insurance, machinery, capital budgeting, optimal replacement, leasing, real options, derivatives, farm finance, capital structure, on-farm experiments, forming expectations, contracting, agricultural policy, input markets, managing inputs use, custom operations, organic farming, direct marketing, farmers’ markets, input and manure management, price forecasting, benchmarking, financial forecasting, farm human resources, accounting and taxation, farm law, appraisal, cooperatives, teaching farm management, farm management case studies, farm simulation modeling, and farm math programming models.
Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering (Purdue University Press Open Access Journals)
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The Journal of Aviation Technology & Engineering (ISSN 2159-6670) is a refereed publication serving the needs of collegiate and industrial scholars and researchers in the multidisciplinary fields of aviation technology, engineering, and human factors. See About this Journal for further information.
Journal of Contemporary Anthropology (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
The Journal of Contemporary Anthropology is published by the Department of Anthropology at Purdue University. The JCA has been established through funding from the Purdue Bilsland Strategic Initiatives Fellowship program. The journal provides a unique and important new outlet for graduate student research and professionalization. If you would like to receive updates regarding website changes, new publications, or submission deadlines, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
The Journal of Contempoary Anthropology is no longer accepting submissions, but previously published content may still be accessed.
Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
The Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments is a peer-reviewed journal that accepts empirical and theoretical articles with relevance to human performance in extreme environments, defined as settings that possess extraordinary technological, social, and physical components that require significant human adaptation for successful interaction and performance. The publication reaches researchers, practitioners, and professionals from industry, the armed forces, and academic institutions from around the world who specialize in issues related to extreme environments.
In 2012, the journal became an Open Access publication so as to better serve readers beyond the academy and in developing nations. Open Access publication is currently made possible by publication support from Purdue University, so the journal is free to publish in as well as read. As a born-digital publication, the journal encourages the publication of multimedia (e.g., audio, video, computer simulation animations) as well as text and static images.
Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research (J-PEER) (Purdue University Press Open Access Journals)
The Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research (J-PEER) disseminates research that seeks to investigate, enhance, and transform pre-college engineering education and, ultimately, to create an engineering‐literate society.
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
Welcome to the Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement, an online and freely accessible interdisciplinary journal providing a forum for scholars and writers from diverse fields who share a common interest in Southeast Asian (SEA) Americans and their communities. JSAAEA is an official publication of the National Association for the Education and Advancement of Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese Americans (NAFEA), with support from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the College of Education at Purdue University.
Journal of Terrestrial Observation (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
The Journal of Terrestrial Observation (JTO) (ISSN 1946-1143) publishes relevant, interesting, and challenging articles of research, analysis, or promising practice related to models, technologies, and applications associated with earth observation in the broadest sense.
The Journal of Terrestrial Observation is no longer accepting submissions, but previously published content may still be accessed.
JTRP Technical Reports (Joint Transportation Research Program)
This Web page portal lists over 1,600 technical reports published as part of the JHRP, and subsequently JTRP, collaborative venture between Purdue University and the Indiana Department of Transportation. Additional details regarding the history of JHRP, as well as current activities of the JTRP program, can be found by clicking on the respective hyperlinks.
These publications came from the Breaking Bias conference.
The tracks from 2018 are:
- Women in STEM
- Pregnancy, Maternity, and Parenting Support
- Work-Family/Life and Supportive Workplaces
- Gender, Pay, and Performance
- Gendered HR Practices
- Women in Top Leadership
- Women in Boardrooms and General Business Issues
- Gender, Identity, and Instersectionality
- Implicit Bias and Gender Discrimination
- Gender Inequality
LITA 2009 National Forum (LITA National Forum Submissions)
2009 LITA National Forum: Open and Mobile
The Call for Proposals is now closed. Thank you.
The 2009 National Forum Committee is currently reviewing proposals for high quality concurrent sessions and poster sessions for the 12th annual Library Information Technology Association National Forum to be held at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center in Utah from October 1-4, 2009.
The theme for this year's Forum is:
Open and Mobile.
The Forum Committee is reviewing proposals for presentations that highlight specific technology implementations; just over-the-horizon technologies that aren’t quite ready for implementation; or information technology research. We are interested in all types of libraries: public, government, school, academic, special, and corporate.
Proposals on any aspect of library and information technology were welcomed, including such topics as:
- Handheld Technologies: PDAs, Smartphones, Tablet PCs
- E-learning: Effective e-learning and distance learning for the mobile-optimized Web
- Mobile Devices and Accessibility
- Library-specific open source software (OSS) and other OSS "in" Libraries, technology on a budget
- Exposing Library Services via APIs (or APIs in general): open data, open linking
- Semantic Web
- Anticipating Change: how libraries can be more mobile/flexible/responsive
- Social Computing: social tools, collaborative software, etc.
- User created content: Book reviews, tagging, etc.
- Virtual worlds
- Gaming in Education and Libraries
- Federated and Meta-Searching: design and management, integrated access to resources, search engines
- Digital Libraries/ Institutional Repositories: developments in resource linking, preservation, maintenance, web services
- Authentication and Authorization: Digital Rights Management (DRM), authentication, privacy, services for remote patrons
- Web design: information architecture, activity-centered design, user-centered design, usability testing
- Technology Management: project management, geek management, budgeting, knowledge sharing applications
- Internet Law: privacy, copyright, filtering
- RFID in libraries
Presentations must have a technological focus and pertain to libraries and/or be of interest to librarians. Concurrent sessions are approximately 75 minutes in length and sessions of all varieties are welcomed from traditional single- or multi-speaker formats to panel discussions, case studies, and demonstrations of projects. Forum 2009 will also accept a limited number of poster session proposals. For projects that will still be in preliminary development in October 2009, we recommend presentations at a lightning talk or other "un-conference"-like activities for which time will be reserved at Forum. A call for these types of presentations and discussions will be issued after February 2009.
Presenters are required to submit draft presentation slides and/or handouts three weeks in advance for the Forum USB drive, and are required to submit final presentation slides or electronic content (video, audio, etc.) to be made available on the Web site after the event.
For the first time, the LITA Forum Planning Committee is using a new online system for accepting proposal submissions, reviewing them virtually, and soliciting feedback from our community.
Deadline for submission: CLOSED
Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2009
Slides submitted to LITA: September 7, 2009
2009 LITA National Forum: October 1-4, 2009
For the official Call For Proposals from the LITA website and more information, click here.
Midwest Vegetable Trial Reports (Purdue Fruit and Vegetable Connection)
MovingFrames focuses on the principles, practice, history and applications of Computer Animation. The journal invites submissions that address new animation methodologies, algorithms, tools and innovative applications in all fields. The journal also promotes research and innovations in the pedagogy of animation instruction.
The journal serves as a reference for academics, researchers, and practitioners in animation, educational technology, human-computer interaction, art and design, computer science, multimedia, virtual environments, film and game studies, and more. It also includes reviews of the latest animation technologies, applications and cinematic performances.
People and Animals: The International Journal of Research and Practice (PAIJ) is the official, peer-reviewed, open-access publication of the International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations (IAHAIO, www.iahaio.org). PAIJ publishes articles related to research and practice in the fields of animal-assisted interventions (AAI) and human-animal interactions (HAI) where the well-being of humans and animals are concerned.
Published Materials (Advanced Life Support - NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training (ALS-NSCORT))
For information about the Published Materials series of the ALS-NSCORT collection, including searching, field names and definitions and background information, please see the User Guide.
Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
Call for Submissions - Fall 2021 (Vol.8)
Proposals and articles are currently being accepted for consideration in the Fall 2021 issue (Vol 8). Publication in the Fall 2021 issue of the journal requires proposals be received no later than January 1, 2021, and complete article submissions no later than March 1, 2020. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis, and those received after the deadline will be considered for the following 2022 issue.
The 2021 issue will feature two special sections:
Special section on Service-Learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic
We seek proposals for submissions that capture the challenges and innovations that have emerged from doing service-learning and community engagement during the Covid-19 pandemic. As students were brought home from study abroad engagement experiences, and as student service-learning projects shifted to remote work, what were some of the challenges and impacts on students and partners? What service-learning activities emerged in response to Covid-19? What innovations or new knowledge were developed that enhanced service-learning for students? And in what ways did students and communities benefit, despite what might be perceived as a major setback?
Special section on Black Lives Matter in Service-Learning
We seek proposals for submissions that address racial diversity, equity, and inclusion in service-learning. How have students used their academic training to engage as activists? How have movements like Black Lives Matter been enriched by student voices and academic perspectives? How has service-learning impacted students' personal development (e.g., racial identity development, awareness of systemic racism and racial privilege)? And, perhaps most important, how do Black lives matter in service-learning?
Submissions that address the intersections of Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter are encouraged, especially the ways that Covid-19 particularly illuminates systemic racial inequalities and the challenges and rewards of mobilizing for racial justice during a pandemic. For both sections, we seek to strongly amplify marginalized student and faculty voices so that we might expand what service-learning is and can be.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to share this information with students interested in publishing an article, and are also encouraged to mentor a student writing an article.
Submissions are made directly to the PJSL website. You can click Submit Articles on the left navigation bar to make a submission. The login credentials are not associated with your Purdue login. You will need to create a new account if you are a first-time user. Types of submissions can be found by clicking Author Guidelines and FAQ on the left navigation bar.
For more information about submissions or the editorial process, contact the Editor, Jennifer Bay, at email@example.com or visit the PJSL website.
Purdue Policy Research Institute (PPRI) Policy Briefs (Purdue Policy Research Institute)
Introductory text for Purdue Policy Research Institute (PPRI) Student Policy Briefs.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Purdue University Press e-books OLD (Purdue University Press)Purdue University Press is making available a collection of books published since its foundation in 1960 as Open Access PDFs. These titles are free to read online, download, and print for non-commercial purposes.
Purdue University Press e-Books by Name of Work's Author is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies (Purdue University Press Subscription Journals)
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies is a triannual publication that produces original, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, issues on special topics, book forums, review essays, and the occasional forum on Contemporary Critical Jewish Studies. Shofar reaches an international readership with an impressive range of reliably robust offerings primarily in modern history, literature, culture, and the arts. Shofar's special issues have covered a wide range of timely subjects, including Diaspora and exile in modern Jewish culture, the transcultural generation in Israeli literature, race and Jews in America, and Holocaust and genocide cinema. Under the guidance of co-editors Glenn Dynner and Ranen Omer-Sherman and a prestigious international editorial board of multidisciplinary scholars, Shofar enlivens the field of Jewish Studies through rigorously researched and vetted exciting new research, offering an attractive venue for scholars to disseminate their work in an influential and widely cited journal.
Student Papers in Public Policy (Purdue Policy Research Institute)
Student Papers in Public Policy provides an outlet for multidisciplinary scholarship for undergraduate and graduate students interested in working in the public policy arena. The Purdue Policy Research Institute (formerly the Global Policy Research Institute) is helping to educate students by providing valuable background for those seeking career leadership opportunities in academic, governmental and international corporations where an interest and understanding of global issues is essential. Participants include PPRI Interns, participants in the PPRI Seminar in Global Policy course, and PPRI Graduate Fellows.
The Journal of Problem Solving (Purdue University Press Open Access Journals)
The Journal of Problem Solving (JPS) was a multidisciplinary journal that published empirical and theoretical papers on mental mechanisms involved in problem solving. This journal is no longer accepting submissions.
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research (Scholarly Publishing Services Open Access Journals)
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research has been established to publish outstanding research papers written by Purdue undergraduates from all disciplines who have completed faculty-mentored research projects. The journal is run by students, but behind the scenes is a unique partnership between Purdue University Press and other departments of Purdue University Libraries, working with Purdue Marketing and Media and the Writing Lab, based in the Department of English. Publication of JPUR is sponsored by the Office of the Provost at Purdue University.
The deadline for submission to Volume 10 has passed and we have notified authors of our decisions. We are now accepting submissions for Volume 11 to be published in August 2021. The final deadline for the 2021 volume is February 15, 2021. To submit your proposal, please use the "Submit Proposal" link on the left-hand navigation bar.
Students interested in joining the Editorial Board should email the Journal Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
JPUR is an Open Access journal. This means that it uses a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access. Readers may freely read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles. This journal is covered under the CC BY-NC-ND license. If you have concerns about the submission or publication terms for the Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research, please contact the Journal Coordinator at email@example.com.
Who is reading JPUR right now?
The Purdue Historian (Department of History)
The Purdue Historian is published by the Nu Omega Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta at Purdue University. Articles published in the journal are exemplary papers that cover important historical events and incorporate original scholarly analysis. If you would like to receive updates regarding website changes, new publications, or submission deadlines, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
The Center for C-SPAN Scholarship & Engagement was founded in 2017 at Purdue University to foster and enhance the use of C-SPAN programming in scholarship and teaching. It will also sponsor forums and programs on the Purdue campus as well as around the country at professional conferences. CCSE is part of the Brian Lamb School of Communication in the College of Liberal Arts.
Each year the Center is sponsoring a research conference at Purdue University in which ten papers utilizing the C-SPAN Archives are presented and subsequently published in the Purdue University Press book The Year in C-SPAN Archives Research. The 2020 theme is "Democracy and Media" Papers are invited that address the presidency, the Congress, the courts, elections, rhetoric, political communication, history and other social science disciplines.
One panel will be on topics in big data analysis. For this panel, participants are encouraged to use the newly developed Archives API that enables the retrieval of data from the C-SPAN Video Library. Using names, keywords, dates, and program formats, a CSV file is exported for use in subsequent analysis.
The C-SPAN Archives contains over 260,000 hours of C-SPAN programming and are located in the Purdue Research Park next to Purdue University. The Archives represents a record of over thirty years of our nation’s political history.
We are using this website as a vehicle to submit and review proposals. Researchers seeking to apply for these grants made possible from the C-SPAN Education Foundation should submit a vita of less than five pages and a proposal of no more than 1500 words in which they outline the proposed research, how it will utilize the C-SPAN Video Library, and how this research advances knowledge of a research question in their field. The grants will be paid to individuals by Purdue University.
NOTE: Your vita will be uploaded after you hit submit. There is a second page for additional files.
A committee of faculty from the Brian Lamb School of Communication and the Department of Political Science will review the proposals. Proposals should be submitted by May 1, 2020 and decisions will be made by mid-May to ensure that participants have sufficient time to complete their research papers.
All papers should acknowledge that funding was made possible in part by the C-SPAN Education Foundation. Submissions of proposals must be done using this submission form. Questions about research, papers, and the conference should be directed to Professor Robert X. Browning, Brian Lamb School of Communication and the Department of Political Science (firstname.lastname@example.org).