Routledge Studies on Global Student Mobility Series [Interest Request Form]
ABOUT THE BOOK SERIES
Routledge Studies in Global Student Mobility offers a scholarly forum for original and innovative research which explores, explains, and increases understanding of issues and opportunities relating to international student mobility in K-12, higher education, and beyond. Consisting in peer-reviewed edited volumes, the series advances theoretical understanding and identifies best practices for educators and professionals involved in study abroad. Volumes explore trends, policy, services, the experiences and success of international students to promote interdisciplinary scholarship and critical dialogues between professionals, students, and academics working in a changing global context.
As an interdisciplinary scholarly venue, this book series welcomes new ideas and fresh perspectives relating to international student mobility, study abroad, exchange programs, student affairs from the US and around the world, and from a wide range of academic fields, including student affairs, international education, and cultural studies. [Blank proposal form from the publisher]
For questions or proposals, contact series editors https://www.routledge.com/posts/15842
Dr. Krishna Bista, Morgan State University (email@example.com)
Dr. Chris Glass, Old Dominion University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Titles in Series
- Student Mobilities from the Global South Proposal (Editors – Carola Bauschke-Urban and Dorina Dedgjoni)
- Social Mobility in Higher Education (Editors – Chris Glass and Peggy Gesing)
- International Faculty Experience (Editors – Xi Lin, Chris Glass, and Krishna Bista)
- International Student Support and Engagement: Innovative Practices for Universities (Editors – Mutiara Mohamad and Janet Boyd)
- Inequalities in Study Abroad and Student Mobility: Challenges and Practices (Editor – Suzan Kommers and Krishna Bista)
Interested scholars are invited to submit a brief proposal to one of the books in our Routledge Studies in Global Mobility Series. https://www.ojed.org/index.php/gsm/about/submissions
About CIES and SIG:
CIES is the largest and oldest of 47 comparative and international education societies around the world. It includes more than 3,000 individual members — researchers, analysts, practitioners, and students who represent over 1,000 universities, research institutes, government departments, non-governmental organizations, and multilateral agencies across the globe. The Study Abroad and International Student is the second largest SIG in the association that focuses on the issues related to study abroad and international student studies.
About STAR Scholars Network:
STAR Scholars Network is a transnational forum of scholars that advances global social mobility by using research and advocacy. Our mission is to carry out scholarly research and publication related to international education, exchange program, academic mobility and employability. We envision a humane world and we fulfill our mission by creating dialogue forums of exchange through our activities such as conferences and consultation. STAR stands for Society of Transnational Academic Researchers.
Please use the following guidelines to submit a book proposal in this series
Identify yourself and your book in the cover letter and include your full name, mailing address, phone and email address. Please include a curriculum vitae and list of publications, along with any other useful information.
Book Series Proposal
Please include the following elements in the proposal (see Book Proposal Form):
- Proposed volume title;
- Brief statement of the book;
- Prospectus (aims and scope of the book), usually 1-2 pages;
- Brief bios of each editor/author;
- Table of Contents, which lists proposed chapter titles, author name(s), and brief abstracts;
- Estimated total word count, not to exceed 95,000 words (ideal range is between 70,000-90,000 words);
- Insert a statement that reads, “This proposal is not under consideration by any other publisher.”;
- Insert a statement that reads: “No portions of the proposed manuscript have been previously published. All chapters are original and written expressly for this volume.”;
- Figures and Tables: the total number of figures and tables in the volume cannot exceed 20;
- Target readership/market;
- Competing publications (list all similar books currently available);
- Unique features this publication will have;
- Sample chapters (ideal to have at least two or more sample chapters); and
- Proposed Timeline for submission and completion of the volume.
Send all correspondence regarding your book proposal via email to:
Series Co-Editors, Chris R. Glass & Krishna Bista, Routledge Studies on Global Student Mobility Series, E-mail: email@example.com (Dr. Glass)
Please contact Routledge Editor Elsbeth Wright to discuss your idea at firstname.lastname@example.org
Author guidelines & permissions: https://www.routledge.com/resources/authors/publishing-guidelines