Tips for Publishing Intercultural Articles in Journals and a Call for Contributions

Dr. Eugenia Arvanitis and Prof. Jillaine Farrar

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Date(s) - 24/11/2022
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


In this online session Editor Dr Eugenia Arvanitis and Associate Editor Prof. Jillaine Farrar will provide tips on how to increase your chances of getting published in The Swiss Journal of Intercultural Education, Training and Research and in other journals too. Tips for writing both scholarly and good practice articles will be discussed and shared.

The Swiss Journal of Intercultural Education, Training and Research highlights authentic responses from intercultural researchers and practitioners that discuss important intercultural matters in a meaningful and diverse way. Explorations of culture, inclusion, language, pedagogy, autoethnography, home, and intercultural leadership in physical and virtual space pave the way to a collective intellect and intercultural action. In this way we build our knowledge around the diverse aspects of intercultural competences spanning local and global contexts.

This session will include a Call for Contributions for the 2023 edition of The Swiss Journal of Intercultural Education, Training and Research.

The editor and associate editor will also be very happy to remain online after the main session to answer questions about your ideas for articles.

About the Speakers:

Editor, Dr Eugenia Arvanitis, Associate Professor of Interculturality & Diversity in Education at the University of Patras, Greece and Practicum Coordinator of the joint Master’s program on Intercultural Education and Mediation. Since 2015 Eugenia coordinates the Forum on Intercultural Dialogue and Learning at the University of Patras and she is the Editor of Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations Research Network. Finally, she serves as the Editor of The Swiss Journal of Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR Switzerland). For her “scholarly work as well as intercultural dialogue and learning forge strong synergies for an inclusive society”.

Associate Editor, Prof. Jillaine Farrar, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts – Business. In addition to being the VP of SIETAR Switzerland and board member responsible for the journal, Jillaine is Co-Head of the CAS Leading Global Teams and Projects at the Lucerne UASA- Business, and president of the ICP European University Network. She writes articles as a part of her job. For her, “SIETAR Switzerland provides a valuable link to practice and research in the areas of intercultural, integration, and international leadership”.

Important: this event will take place over Zoom and is open to anyone interested in writing for our journal or for other publications. You must register to participate. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.