Call for Submissions
Indiana Journal of Political Science
The next edition of the Indiana Journal of Political Science is scheduled to be published before the Indiana Political Science Association Annual Meeting in March of 2013. Submit your manuscript soon for consideration for the upcoming edition. The Indiana Journal of Political Science is a peer-reviewed publication sponsored by the Indiana Political Science Association. The IJPS is published on an annual basis. Articles appear in both print and electronic format. The journal accepts articles on the following topics:
- Indiana Politics
- State & Local Politics
- American National Politics
- Political Behavior
- Public Policy & Public Administration
- Political Theory
- Campaigns & Elections
- Comparative & International Politics
- Women & Politics
- Papers on other topics are welcome!
Send article submissions and questions to: Andrew Downs, Editor; Assistant Professor of Political Science; Director, Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics; Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne; 2101 East Coliseum Boulevard; Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499. You may also reach Dr. Downs at email@example.com or (260) 481-6691.
Volume 13 of the Indiana Journal of Political Science is now available on our website! This edition of the journal includes articles by Pamela Schaal and Darren Wheeler, both assistant professors of political science at Ball State University; Andrew Downs and Elliot Bartky, both assistant professors of political science at IPFW; a co-authored piece by Michelle Rundle and Toni Brink, recent graduates of the University of Southern Indiana; and James Iddins, a graduate student at Valparaiso University. The journal also includes a call for submissions for Volume 14, which will be edited by our incoming editor Andrew Downs.
Volume 12 of the Indiana Journal of Political Science is now available on our website. The new edition includes articles by Andrew Downs, Steven Hall, and Young Soo Kim, as well as a teaching note by Mary Hallock Morris. Two research notes — one by Jim Tanoos and one by Linda Bailey round out this volume of the journal. Printed editions of Volume 12 will be available soon.
Volume 13 of the journal will be printed in Summer 2011.
Volumes 10 and 11 of the Indiana Journal of Political Science are now available on our website!
Volume 10 (Winter 2007) includes articles by Stephen Bennett, Michael Wolf and Andy Downs, Deborah Howard and Robert Dion, James Chappell, Jasper Sumner III, Isabella Christensen, Young-Choul Kim, and Uisoon Kwon. Their articles cover a wide range of issues – from the participation of young people in politics to strategic voting in Congressional primaries, from a legal review of sex discrimination claims to conflict administration in the public sector. Other authors discuss the British welfare state, transnational advocacy network theory, protest potential in East Asian democracies, and the role of class in the 2000 presidential election.
Volume 11 (Winter 2008/2009) includes articles by Monica Maria Tetzlaff, Cheryl O’Brien, Elizabeth Bennion, Weena Gera, Carla D’Anna Gorriti, Luis Molero, and J. Robert Shrode and Mary Hallock Morris. Their articles range from a discussion of race and politics to a classroom experiment on voter registration, from an analysis of global sex trafficking to the influence of gender, race and party identification on attitudes about global warming. Volume 11 also includes articles on Philippine political decentralization, military expenditures in Latin America, and ethnic identification in Bolivian social movements.
Printed copies of Volume 11 will be coming soon!
The editorial staff at the IJPS is currently working on Volume 12 with a predicted publication date of June/July 2010. We are also taking submissions for Volume 13, which will be published in Summer 2011. Individuals who present at the Annual Meeting of the Indiana Political Science Association this week are encouraged to submit their revised conference papers for consideration.
Mary Hallock Morris, Ph.D.
Editor, Indiana Journal of Political Science