Journal

Ornamental and Medicinal Plants (ISSN 2522-3682)

Deadline: 
Dec 31 3000

The Ornamental and Medicinal Plants (ISSN 2522-3682) (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/omp/omp.asp) is an open access (BOAI definition), peer/open reviewed online journal (users are free to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles) that considers scientific articles in all different areas of ornamental and medicinal plants.

Computational Ecology and Software (ISSN 2220-721X)

Deadline: 
Dec 31 3000

The COMPUTATIONAL ECOLOGY AND SOFTWARE (ISSN 2220-721X) (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/ces/ces.asp) The COMPUTATIONAL ECOLOGY AND SOFTWARE (ISSN 2220-721X) is an open access (BOAI definition), open peer reviewed online journal (users are free to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles) that considers scientific articles in all differe

Proceedings of the International Academy of Ecology and Environmental Sciences (ISSN 2220-8860)

Deadline: 
Dec 31 3000

The PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (ISSN 2220-8860; CODEN PIAEBW) (http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/piaees/piaees.asp) is an open access (BOAI definition), open peer reviewed online journal (users are free to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles) that considers scientific articles in all

SOUNDINGS: An Interdisciplinary Journal -- CFP: The Arts of Democracy

Deadline: 
Jun 1 2009

It is often assumed that the arts, and particularly the fine arts, create and sustain the kinds of social distinctions that are antithetical to true democracy. This is the claim advanced by Pierre Bordiue's influential Distinction where he argues that what appear to be innocent differences in aesthetic tastes are, in fact, the markers of class identity that enforce social hierarchy. However, there is a countervaling tradition, represented most famously by John Dewey, that insists that the arts are necessary to the health and longevity of democratic culture, and many contemporary artists and theorists are devoted to developing an aesthetic that participates in the development of democratic ideals.

Call For Papers: Ashburn Institute Transnational Law Journal

Deadline: 
Jan 15 2010

The Ashburn Institute Transnational Law Journal welcomes submissions of professional articles and student notes for its first publication in June, 2009. Accepted topics are those within our substantive areas:

1) Humanitarian Law

2) Human Rights Law

3) Comparative Law

4) Marine Law

5) Trade Law/International Business Law

While submissions are requested by April 15, 2009 for this issue, rolling acceptance will be considered for the present and future issues. The finest student notes will receive consideration for the Frank Fund Scholarship, provided by the Ashburn Institute. For more information, please visit our site, www.aitlj.org. Best of luck!

Jonathan Sussman
Editor-in-Chief
Ashburn Institute
Transational Law Journal

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