Guidelines for Authors

PUBLICATION GUIDELINES (revised 6/2016)

1) Submissions of 500-1000 words about a challenging issue within, or impinging upon, higher education are welcome in any of the following formats:

a short position paper

a short TED-style video

a debate-format piece in which two authors articulate opposing viewpoints.

2) Submissions should address a values issue in a rich and complex way that enables readers to better articulate their own views.

3) Submissions should be framed in a way that fosters discussion and debate.

4) Submissions can acknowledge the political impact of a values issue, but they should not explicitly endorse the political views of any one political party or political candidate.

EDITORIAL PROCESS revised 6/2016

  • Submissions will be reviewed by two members of the FEVER editorial board.
  • Notification of acceptance, revise and resubmit, or rejection will be sent via email within approximately 1 month of submission.
  • An author will have 1 month to revise his/her submission.
  • Accepted submissions will appear at the rate of 1 per month on the FEVER website.

What are some topics that a FEVER contribution might address?

* the economic and emotional complexities of the exploitation of the adjunct workforce

* the place of the humanities on the campuses of newer academic institutions

* the role of institutions of higher education in relation to the children of immigrants

* the place of faith-based student groups at institutions of higher education

Any questions about this publication can be sent to Fiona Tolhurst at ftolhurst@gmail.com. Submissions to FEVER should be sent to the same address as email attachments.

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