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Call for papers
Sat Jun 25, 2016 3:59 am
CALL FOR PAPERS(ESSAYS IN HISTORY)
Essays in history is an annual interdisciplinary,peer reviewed journal of the student historical society (SHSN),the journal provides a platform for undergraduate students and scholars in academia to publish well researched papers/articles in any aspect of history,international relations,strategic studies,conflict and conflict resolution,philosophy of history,developmental studies,policy studies,art history,biographical studies,book review or any related discipline.
*The journal provides a platform for undergraduate students,post graduate students and scholars in the academia
manuscript should be typed,double spaced using times new roman font size 12 on A4 size paper. citations should be end notes and should conform to the chicago manual of style 15th edition. The language of presentation should be english,the journal accepts only british english. the total number of words should not exceed 25 pages or 8000 words. Electronic submissions are to be made in microsoft word,with the file name clearly indicated. Each manuscript should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 150 words. Submissions can be made by sending manuscripts by email to
Submission deadline 31st july
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Sun Jun 26, 2016 5:31 am
Clearly this represents a dishonest and likely illegal attempt to fish for personal details for the purposes of fraud.
Interested parties will note that the username Ayo4u2see appears outside this site only on a warning list for spam yahoo email accounts. People seeking to publish academic papers should contact University faculties and Journals directly, or through bona fide [often recurring] essay competitions. Such figures will generally have an email associated with their university or publication, rather than a gmail account.
That this scam targets a writing site for young people makes it particularly egregious. I would encourage the infiltrating party to take a hard look at themselves and their line of work.
Hopefully this page will soon be deleted or locked, the relevant account banned, and the relevant IP blocked.
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