Aims & Scope
Articles are invited on the following themes:
- Global learning: research, innovations, theory and best practice in internationalization; assessment of global learning, practices and processes leading to responsible global citizenship; intercultural issues, conflict, and understanding; study abroad from design to evaluation; and scholarship of international teaching or service
- Intersections of local and global issues; identity, ethnicity, and diversity; and multicultural studies
- Primary research on international politics, policies, globalization, and comparative studies
All submissions should be original, previously unpublished works in English. Feature articles should range from 5,000 to 7,500 words; book reviews, from 750 to 1,000 words. Use APA style throughout. To facilitate the blind-review process, include your name and institutional affiliation, along with a short biographical statement, on the cover page only.
All submissions should be made through the link in the right-hand sidebar.