Journal of Interrupted Studies


Based in Oxford, The Journal of Interrupted Studies is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the work of academics whose work has been interrupted by forced migration. Publishing both complete and incomplete articles the Journal is currently accepting submissions in the sciences and humanities.


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Press and Media


24 Nov 2016 Stanford Social Innovation Review: A Journal for Refugees


20 Jun 2016 NPR-Interview with Renee Montagne: Nascent Journal To Help Refugees Preserve And Publish Their Research


07 Jun 2016 BBC-Interview with Bill Thompson: The Journal of Interrupted Studies





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