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>Subject: CFP: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Capital (5/15/06; journal issue)
>From: "Aaron Drucker" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Claremont Graduate University is launching a peer-reviewed, online =20
>Transdisciplinary Journal.  Transdisciplinarity is the proactive =20
>search for creative approaches to problem solving through the =20
>cooperation of multiple disciplines.  We want experts from various =20
>disciplines to stimulate innovation by developing common ground, =20
>facilitating the communication of concepts, methods, and ideas that =20
>are being fostered in the academy as a means to elevate both a =20
>national and international communication about transdisciplinary =20
>constructs, methodologies, and theories.
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>The Journal of Transdisciplinary Studies is an on-line, academically =20
>rigorous forum for theorists, practitioners, and researchers whose =20
>work reflects a collaborative, transdisciplinary approach. The theme =20
>of our first issue will be =93Capital.=94
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>Papers with a transdisciplinary focus, specifically written by more =20
>than one scholar from multiple disciplines, will be considered for =20
>publication in our inaugural issue.  Those addressing our first issue =20=
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>theme of =93Capital=94 will be given priority.  However, all =20
>transdisciplinary papers will be considered.
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>Full papers along with an abstract of 500 words and a short C.V. for =20
>each author should be submitted to [log in to unmask]  Microsoft Word =20=
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>or PDF format only.  12pt., double-spaced type with standard notation =20=
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>(per your discipline).
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>Deadline for submission is 15 May 2006.  Final papers Notification of =20=
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>acceptance will be sent by 01 September 2006.=

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