Call for Publications: Short Chapters in the "U.S. - Domestic Security" section of the Domestic Security Handbook (editor: Scott Romaniuk) with Taylor and Francis.
Several chapters are complete, but still remaining are:
- Border Patrols and National Entry Points
- Radiological Dispersal Devices (Dirty Bombs)
- Disaster Management and Assistance
- Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT)
- Emergency Measures (Management and Response)
- Gangs and Gang Violence
- Hostage and Hostage Taking
- National Preparedness (Initiative)
- National Security
- National Security Strategy (NSS)
- Organized Crime and Criminal Activity
- Riots and Rioters
- State of Emergency
We're asking for a minimum of 1,500 words and a maximum of 4,000. You can write these articles with a critical lens of analysis (sort of like critical mini e-IR entries). We're using US spelling, APA citation, references lists, and 3-5 suggested readings, and 3-5 "see also, ..." at the end of the articles. All entries should be received by September 1, 2018 - although requests can be made for reasonable extensions. the goal is to have a completed volume by the end of 2018.
If interested in contributing, please contact Section Editor Erika Cornelius Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org). Use the subject line - "Domestic Security Handbook." In your message, please indicate your area of interest and include a recent C.V. Feel free to co-author and collaborate with professionals outside of academia actively working related fields.
Erika Cornelius Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Business