CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS
FOR THE INAUGURAL ISSUE ON:
HIGHER EDUCATION AND HOMELAND SECURITY:
SINCE 9/11 AND FOR THE NEXT DECADE.
This call for manuscripts is for the inaugural issue of the electronic journal, The Journal of the Global Homeland Security Education Network (JGHSEN). Manuscripts will be considered for publication that examine the developments in the academic provision of Homeland Security (HS) education. It is anticipated that content for this inaugural issue of the JGHSEN will come from a broad array of subject areas; manuscripts will be submitted from many academic disciplines, from around the world. This special issue will represent innovative multi- and inter-disciplinary scholarship. HS practitioners and policymakers require the knowledge and abilities to confront HS threats that are characteristically transnational and multinational in nature, and require a corresponding effort to successfully confront them. Considering the contributions extending along the continuum of academia up through the doctoral level, a nation’s universities constitute a formidable resource in both basic and applied research areas for Homeland Security.
For detailed information on the Journal and submitting manuscripts,
see the website of the GHSEN: http://www.northumbria.ac.uk/sd/academic/sass/about/socscience/solscres/interdiscnetworks/ghsen/journ_ghsen1/?view=Standard
Or please email the journal editors:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a size restriction of 3,500 to 5,000 words for the published manuscripts.
Submission deadline has been extended to November 30, 2011.