Journal of Interrupted Studies
In the past months, several media outlets have reported on what we do and what the Journal means for refugee policy making in Europe. Below is a selection of the most recent articles. Please direct all press inquiries to Chesney.firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 24, 2016
STANFORD SOCIAL INNOVATION REVIEW: A JOURNAL FOR REFUGEES
The article follows Husam al-Deen al-Barazy, one of our contributors and discusses the ethical dimension of the journal. .
September 26, 2016
ACADEMIC PUBLICATION WITHOUT BORDERS
Emma Christie writes about our mission and what we've achieved with the first edition.
June 20, 2016
NPR: NASCENT JOURNAL TO HELP REFUGEES PRESERVE AND PUBLISH THEIR STUDIES
Host Renee Montagne speaks to Paul Ostwald, on of our editors, about the first edition of the Journal.
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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