FW: Call for Paper – McGill Sociological Review

FYI – A journal dedicated to publishing only graduate student work. — CF

~~~~~~~~~ *McGill Sociological Review* *Call for Papers*

*Volume 4*

*Submission Deadline: March 10th, 2013*

McGill Sociological Review (MSR) is now accepting submissions of articles and book reviews for our fourth volume. MSR is a *peer-reviewed journal for graduate students* in Sociology and related fields. We are dedicated to making the publication process a learning process for all involved and therefore *provide feedback on all submissions*. MSR is a rapidly growing graduate student journal and we are very excited to announce that we have been accepted for *inclusion in the Sociological Abstracts database*. Please note that our review is entirely bilingual.

*Submission Guidelines:***

Please view our complete set of submission guidelines online at:

Submissions for Volume 4 must be received by March 10th, 2013 to be considered for publication. Submissions are to be sent as an e-mail attachment. The subject heading of the e-mail should be: “Submission for McGill Sociological Review Volume 4”. We also require that you sign the copyright form and either attach a scanned copy to your submission or mail the original to our address:

McGill Sociological Review
Department of Sociology
Room 712, Leacock Building
855 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2T7

The copyright form need only be in the mail by March 10th.

Submissions and submission related inquiries are to be sent to:

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*Important Dates:***

· Submission Deadline: March 10th, 2013

· Notification of Acceptance for Peer-review: June, 2013

· First revisions phase: Early July to Mid August, 2013

· Second revision phase: Mid September to Mid October, 2013

· Publication: February 2014

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*More about MSR:
*MSR’s mission is to facilitate a relevant scholarly exchange of ideas by publishing a bilingual academic journal on sociological topics written and produced by graduate and post-doctoral students. Previous volumes of the MSR can be found at our website: http://www.mcgill.ca/msr/

For more general inquiries about the MSR, please visit our website or contact us at editorial.msr@gmail.com.

*Call for peer reviewers:**
*McGill Sociological Review (MSR) is continuously recruiting peer reviewers. To apply to become a peer reviewer, and for more information on the review process, please see http://www.mcgill.ca/msr/reviewers/. All documents are available in English; we hope to have them available in French in the near future.


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