CJBS News Blog welcomes pitch and full-draft of original report from researchers in Buddhist Studies.
- News in the field
- Research report and insight
- Fieldwork experience reflection
- Critical reflection on Buddhist Studies secondary literature/state of the field/academic events
- Informal book reviews
- Scholar interview
- Graduate student experiences report (e.g. on challenges of teaching or TA work, mentorship, challenges related to employment prospects and career development)
- New developments in graduate programs
- Due to limited reviewing capacity, we cannot publish term papers. Chapter(s) of MA and PhD thesis can be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
Pitch submission guidelines
Please send a maximum 200-word pitch and a 50 to 200-word biographical note introducing your academic background to the Journal and Blog Manager Bao Ngoc Le at cjbs (at) sfu (dot) ca or via our Contact Form. We will respond to your pitch in three business days.
Full-draft submission guidelines
- Length: 500-700 words. Please get in touch with us if you would like to publish a long-form piece.
- File format: Microsoft Word-compatible files or PDF
- Photo: ensure all images used in the draft meet the copyright requirements and can be published/republished on the blog and the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies
- Biographical note: 50 to 200-word introducing your academic background
Please send all the information to the Journal and Blog Manager Bao Ngoc Le at cjbs (at) sfu (dot) ca.
We strive to publish your report on the blog in two weeks from the day we receive the full draft. The actual publication process can vary depending on the nature of each report.
Republication in the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies News and Views
Original reports will be considered for republication in News and Views section of the annual issue.
CJBS News Blog also publishes news of conferences, speakers, research projects, scholarships, job postings, book publications and book launches, and other items of interest to Buddhist Studies scholars. Please contact the Journal and Blog Manager Bao Ngoc Le at cjbs (at) sfu (dot) ca.
If you have other questions that are not answered here, please contact us!