The Interdisciplinary Research Committee is seeking articles

Friday, November 30, 2007

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, a peer-reviewed publication of South Carolina State University, provides a forum in which scholars working within any of the various disciplines can address a broad cross-section of the education profession. The spring edition theme is “What Has Had the Greatest Impact on Higher Education during the Past Five Years?” The subtopics for this edition are: technology; the cost of education; accountability and ideas about the purpose of education; generational values; and political, social, and historical context to account for the state of higher education today.

The editors welcome unpublished manuscripts on any of the aforementioned topics. Please submit manuscripts electronically. The manuscripts should be formatted in Chicago Style. The manuscript should not exceed 5 to 7 double-spaced pages in length, including references. The names, title, and department of the author (s) should be included on a separate page.

Manuscripts and editorial correspondence should be directed to the following address:

Editorial Board
Dr. Angela Shaw-Thornburg and Dr. Shafiqur Rahman
Post Office Box 7486
300 College Street, NE
Orangeburg, South Carolina 29117