Open Call for Submissions
The Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education is the official journal of the Comparative and International Education Society’s (CIES) Higher Education Special Interest Group (HESIG). JCIHE promotes scholarship opportunities, critical dialogue, and provides a link to engage professionals and academics to the international aspects of higher education. JCIHE encourages a range of contexts, perspectives, methodologies, and intersections of disciplines. JCIHE is a member of the Open Journals in Education (OJED) platform, a Gold Open Access and is listed in EBSCOHOST database, GoogleScholar, CiteFactor, and ERIC.
JCIHE invites the following submissions:
1) Requests to be on the Peer-Reviewer team (please check the box for JCIHE).
2) Request to be an Associate Copy-Editor: note: this is a volunteer position. Please check the box.
3) Submit an Article on new research that advances discussions of current issues on comparative and international higher education. Articles should be 4,500 – 7,500 words.
- Please use APA 7th edition style guide.
- Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.
- NOTE: If you were planning on presenting at a conference this past year, you might consider turning your presentation into an article for JCIHE
4) Comparative Analysis article that provides analysis on a current issue, trend, or program situated in comparative or international higher education. Comparative Analysis articles should be 2,500 – 3,500 words. Please use APA 7th edition style guide.
5) Article for upcoming Special Issues.
Articles should relate to the theme of the special issue and be 4,500 – 7,500 words.
- SUMMER 2021 – Editors. Dr. Ane Turner Johnson (Rowan University, New Jersey) & Dr. Marcellus Mbah (Nottingham Trent` University, UK)
- THEME: Exploring the Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Postsecondary Policies and Practices Toward Sustainable Development: decolonizing perspectives.
- PROPOSALS DUE DATE: August 30, 2020
- WINTER 2021 – Editor. Michael Lanford (University of North Georgia)
- THEME: Global Higher Education Partnerships.
- PROPOSALS DUE DATE: Sept. 15, 2020
- WINTER 2022 – Editor. Kyle Long (George Washington University)
- THEME: Foreign Influence in International Higher Education
- PROPOSALD DUE DATE: Sept. 1, 2021
6) Article for the Winter Supplemental Graduate-Student Work-in-Progress Issue. Articles reflect graduate student work-in-progress and should be 500 – 1,000 words. Submissions are due September 15, 2020.
Please send submissions or Reviewer Team requests to: