Collaboration

THIS CFP IS CLOSED

Collaborative Call For Papers for Conference

postScriptum is collaborating with Alliance Management Studies International Conference (AMSICON), to be held from 11 to 13 April 2019, on ‘Global Challenges & Local Prospects’ (for papers on the tracks on Communication, Gender and Culture Studies only).

 

AMSICON is organised by Alliance School of Business, Alliance University, Bengaluru – 562 106, Karnataka, India.

Some of the sub-tracks under the tracks on Communication, Gender and Culture Studies are:

  • Communication, Culture, Media, & Technology
  • Cultural Discourses & Developmental Issues
  • Transnational / Transcultural Communication
  • Linguistics & Culture Studies
  • English Language Teaching & English for Special Purposes
  • Gender, Technology & Media
  • Gender, Law, Rights, & Discrimination
  • Gender Inclusion, Society & Politics
  • Gender & Management Studies
  • Feminism & LGBT studies

 

Selected papers for the tracks on Communication, Gender and Culture Studies will be published in postScriptum January 2020 issue, subject to blind peer review. January 2020 issue will be guest edited jointly by Dr Anubha Singh, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Alliance University and Dr Arindam Das, Associate Professor, Alliance University.

 

Intending participants are requested to mail an extended abstract (500-700 words) in Word document format to [email protected], latest by MARCH 15, 2019.

 

The abstract should include: a title, keywords, the name(s) of the author(s), affiliation(s) and full mailing address(es), including e-mail id(s), contact numbers(s) and fax (if available).

 

Decision on acceptance or otherwise (referee report) will be communicated by MARCH 25, 2019.

 

Please go through the detailed AMSICON CFP available at https://alliance.edu.in/amsicon/index.php

Any queries may be inboxed to [email protected] (Dr Arindam Das, Associate Professor, Alliance School of Business at Alliance University – one of the Convenors of AMSICON)

 

Call for Proposals for Collaboration

Organisers of seminars, symposia or conferences are welcome to collaborate with postScriptum for the publication of research papers in this journal.

Guidelines for Collaboration

Organisers are requested to send proposals expressing interest of collaboration to the editor of the journal at [email protected] or [email protected] or [email protected] at least three months before the date of event.

Organising institutes are required to mention about collaboration in event publicity documents like brochure or flyer.

The journal authority will have permission to share the event publicity documents.

Organising institute must not charge any extra fee from the authors of research papers for the publication in this journal.

Organisers should mention in event publicity documents about the requirement of transfer of copyright from the respective author(s) to the editor of the journal before publication.

Organiser of the event and the publisher of the journal will not enter into any financial terms or liabilities related to the event or publication.

Organiser of the event will be responsible for making the initial screening of the research papers presented at the event and send them to the editor of the journal.

Organiser should nominate one faculty member for Guest Editorship of the issue in which the research papers presented at the event are decided to be published.

If the organisers plan any separate volume with the articles published in the collaborative issue of the journal, the editor of the journal has to be one of the editors/co-editors of such volume.

The publication frequency of the journal will not be changed to accommodate any collaboration.

Standard publication guidelines detailed in http://postscriptum.co.in/guidelines/ will remain applicable.