Public Knowledge Journal is now accepting papers for Volume 4 Issue 1 on the topic of Public Health. Public health in this call is broadly defined and may include topical areas such as public health research, economic influences on public health, the local and organic food movements, and the role of development aid in targeted populations.
The extended call for papers is posted at http://pkjournal.org/?page_id=354. We encourage submissions from graduate students of all disciplines in order to approach the topic from a variety of perspectives. Papers submission closes on February 10, 2012.
Additionally, PKJ is seeking interested graduate students who are interested to contribute scholarly book reviews in all areas that focus on public policy and administration [federal, state & local, and non-profit]. If you are interested in writing a book review, please contact Stacey Shindelar, Book Review Editor, directly at email@example.com.
Public Knowledge is a multidisciplinary, graduate student-run electronic journal hosted by the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at Virginia Tech (ISSN 1948-3511). The journal began in 2008 with the goal of using a variety of communication technologies to develop scholarly conversations about topics in the public interest.
The journal welcomes contributions of articles for peer review, as well as book reviews, essays, interviews, blogs, and other multimedia works. Authors also retain the rights to their work.
Contributors questions about potential submissions or about the submission process should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.