If you write an article for your class project, you need to consider where to publish.
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The peer-reviewed journal Civitas is published here at NWOSU. You can see the full text of past issues by following the link. Civitas is an annual, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed publishing venue aimed at promoting scholarship concerning the humanities and social sciences as they relate to citizenship matters.
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Covers literature, film, popular culture, photography, and the visual arts. Attention is also given to history, the social sciences, and politics, particularly insofar as these fields impact on cultural texts.
This volume explores the convergences and divergences of American studies today and, more specifically, investigates how this discipline might be approached. Drawing on a wide range of perspectives, the essays brought together here address concerns related to the role and capacity of American studies in the early 21st century, amidst alarming circumstances of environmental, economic, and educational degradation in a world characterized by a transnational flux of people, money, and cultures.
The Department of Social Sciences is a multi-disciplinary department consisting of degree programs in criminal justice (law enforcement and corrections), global studies, history, political science, public administration, social science education, and sociology.
If you are interested in furthering your higher education at Northwestern, we offer master’s degree programs in education, counseling psychology, general psychology, and American studies—and one doctorate program in Nursing Practice (BSN to DNP online).