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Sigma, journal of international and political studies, seeks submissions

Deadline is Feb. 15

Sigma, an annual journal of political and international studies at Brigham Young University, seeks student papers for its 2006 issue.

The deadline for submission is Feb. 15.

“The papers we're looking for are to be professional caliber, complete with contributions to theoretical literature, primary source materials, high-level methodology and thorough referencing,” said Kendall Stiles, Sigma’s faculty advisor and an associate professor of political science.

Editor Kaeli McCall works with a team of eight student assistant editors and copyeditors to produce the journal.

First published in 1993, Sigma is a joint venture of Pi Sigma Alpha and Sigma Iota Rho, honor societies for political science and international studies.

For more information and submission guidelines, contact Kaeli McCall at kaeli.mccall@gmail.com. The fall 2005 issue of Sigma is available online at fhss.byu.edu/PolSci/psa/Sigma_2005.pdf.

Writer: Brian Rust

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