Call for Papers: The Journal of Global Initiatives – Special Issue on Japan

call for papers [150-2]CALL FOR PAPERS
The Journal of Global Initiatives

Deadline: May 31, 2014

The Journal of Global Initiatives is pleased to announce a Call for Papers (CFP) for its special edition on Japan, scheduled to be published in Winter of 2015.

The JGI is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal of international policy, pedagogy and perspectives, published twice-yearly by the Kennesaw State University Press (KSU Press) and the Institute for Global Initiatives (IGI).

We solicit contributions from all disciplines related to any aspect of Japanese life and culture, past and present. We are particularly interested in papers that address Japan’s cultural diversity, relationship with its regional neighbors, and/or its global context.

We are also interested in works that overlap with our Year of Japan Conference theme addressing how Japan has responded to crisis (natural and man-made disasters) around the world.

The editorial style of the JGI is the APA Style. Please prepare your manuscripts in the APA Style. For further information on how to prepare and submit your articles, please see the JGI website at

To be considered for the Special Edition on Japan, all articles must be submitted electronically as an attachment in Word or RTF, and must reach the Editor-in-Chief, Akanmu G. Adebayo, on or before May 31, 2014.
Dr. Adebayo’s email address is

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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