Call for papers in the Records Management Journal EXTENDED TO JULY 23, 2020 due to pandemic
RMJ Editor: Sarah R. Demb, Harvard University Archives
With Guest Co-editor: Eira Tansey, University of Cincinnati Libraries
The Records Management Journal (RMJ) invites submissions for a themed issue focused on the pathways and challenges of climate change. We welcome contributions about, but not limited to, the following themes:
We are interested in different disciplinary perspectives from researchers, academics and practitioners. Submissions can be viewpoints, critical reviews, research, case studies or conceptual/philosophical papers.
New Submission Deadlines
The RMJ applies article-level publication, so within approximately a month of final acceptance the article will be available online.
Extended abstracts should be a 500-word version of the Records Management Journal's structured abstract, using the headings described in the author guidelines at: http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=rmj.
Please note that shorter opinion pieces and practitioner case studies (3,000 words) may also be submitted for this themed issue. Your abstract submission should indicate the intended length of your piece.
Under the design/methodology/approach heading, please include the following as appropriate to the type of paper:
Please send your extended abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The editors are also happy to receive informal enquiries before submissions of abstracts.