Do you have a research paper that delves into a subject related to politics? Are you eager to gain recognition for your research findings and share them with a broader community? If so, we have an incredible opportunity just for you!
We are delighted to announce the relaunch of our student-run journal, Mapping Politics, and we invite undergraduate and graduate students to submit their research papers. Whether it originated from a course paper, research project, thesis, or conference paper, we eagerly welcome your submissions for Volume 11 th of the Journal. Submissions can be crafted in either English or French.
About Mapping Politics:
With a proud publication history dating back to 2009, Mapping Politics is a student journal that operates on the Memorial’s Open Journal System platform. Our mission is to advance political science research and foster scholarly dialogue among students and junior researchers. The e-journal embraces a wide spectrum of political
science topics, offering a platform for diverse perspectives and encouraging exploration of various issues within the field. At Mapping Politics, we are deeply committed to supporting and amplifying student voices in the realm of political science.
Publication & Recognition:
The Journal presents an exceptional opportunity for your hard work and academic achievements to gain well-deserved recognition. As a digital journal listed in MUN Libraries, Mapping Politics ensures that your research will be easily accessible to scholars, students, and practitioners in the field of political science through our e-
journal platform. Your contributions will reach scholars and researchers in the realm of political science, providing an ideal platform to connect with like-minded individuals and engage in meaningful scholarly discussions.
To participate in this enriching experience, please submit your research paper by creating a profile at http://www.mappingpolitics.ca/. We strongly encourage adherence to the provided submission guidelines to ensure a smooth and efficient review process. For detailed information regarding submission guidelines and formatting requirements, please visit the Submission Preparation Checklist section on our website.
If you have any inquiries or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to
reach out to our dedicated editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are
here to provide full support throughout the entire submission process.
We look forward to receiving your submissions.
Editorial Board Team, Mapping Politics
Department of Political Science
Science Building, Room 2028
Memorial University of Newfoundland
232 Elizabeth Avenue
St. John’s, NL A1B 3X9 Canada