IAGS Blog Rules
The IAGS Blog invites quality submissions from students, scholars, jurists, practitioners and professionals interested in genocide studies.
All members of the International Association of Genocide Scholars are welcome to contribute and guest contributions from non-members will also be considered.
Submissions will first be reviewed by the blog’s editors. Postings should be related to one or more of the following topics:
- Commentary on Topics Relating to Genocide and Related Violence
- Current Events and News in the Field of Genocide Studies
- New Theories and Emerging Scholarship on Genocide
The length of your post should run between 500-1000 words and should be proofread for grammatical and spelling errors before submission. Please include the post in a microsoft word document as an attachment. Make sure to include the author byline at the bottom.
By submitting your content for posting, you agree to adhere to the following guidelines:
- Your post must be original and must have never been published before on the Internet.
- Please include your full name (first and last) in your byline.
- Do not include advertising material or copyrighted contents. If copyrighted contents are used, they either must be in property of the author or used with permission.
- All images should be properly attributed and credited.
- Profanity is discouraged.
- Please be mindful and respectful of your peers and readers. We will not accept hate speech or personal attacks.
IAGS Blog Editors reserve the right to reject or modify postings that do not follow the above mentioned criteria or style of the blog.
Please submit all postings to James Snow at firstname.lastname@example.org
* All material on the blog is solely the opinion of the authors and does not necessarily represent the views of the International Association of Genocide Scholars or the editors of the blog.