Elizabeth “Lizzie Tyrone” Williams ’13 sends in a picture of a dystopian future where children are subjugated to digital devices of education, acculturation, and existence that define and solidify the techno-mediated heartbeat of a society gone wrong once the invasion of the second coming of the Wu-Tang Clan arrives. Or, as she rather puts it:
The deadline for the fall publication for The Undergraduate Journal of Social Studies (UJSS, click here to access) is fast approaching! Please feel free to submit essays on any social science topic to ujsswesleyan(at)gmail(dot)com by November 22!
Isabella Litke ’12 wants to publish you, but no more than 10,000 w0rds (they check these days—there’s technologies for that!):
The student-run Undergraduate Journal of Social Studies (UJSS) is accepting submissions for the fall issue. We accept papers written in any of the social sciences; interdisciplinary approaches are strongly encouraged. Please submit papers between 1,500 and 10,000 words, written during your time at Wesleyan. The fall submission deadline is Thursday, November 22nd. Send papers as Word documents to ujsswesleyan(at)gmail(dot)com.
Again, due date is November 22. Read more about the UJSS, or check out its first 2011 volume, here.
From Alexander Furnas ’11:
The Undergraduate Journal of Social Studies (UJSS) is calling for papers for its inaugural issue.
Have a seminar paper you really liked? How about a senior essay or portion of your thesis that you would like to share? Did you do an independent research project while studying abroad? Submit them to the newly launched UJSS, a peer-reviewed student run academic journal run by students in the College of Social Studies.
UJSS accepts submissions from 1,500 to 10,000 words on issues relating to social, political, historical, or economic issues. The journal is intended to be broadly interdisciplinary, so papers from diverse disciplinary, theoretical or methodological perspectives are encouraged. The submission deadline is March 28th.
For more information see the Aims and Scope
as well as the Policies
page of the Journal website.