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Migration, Mobility & Displacement is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed journal. It seeks to publish original and innovative scholarly articles, juried thematic essays from migrant advocacy groups and practitioners, and visual essays that speak to migration, mobility and displacement and that relate in diverse ways to the Asia-Pacific. Submissions are primarily from scholars and migrant advocacy groups that are publicly engaged, and who seek to address a range of issues facing migrants, mobile and displaced persons, and especially work which explores injustices and inequalities. MMD is primarily an invite-only publication; however we are open to proposals for special issues or contributions. Please send proposals to email@example.com
TYPES OF ARTICLES MM&D considers three types of submissions for peer review:
Original Articles. Articles are substantive contributions that report relevant investigations, theorizations, or observations within MM&D's scope of interests. Abstracts are required and should not exceed 200 words. Figures and tables may be included. Articles are generally between 4,000 and 6,000 words. Manuscripts longer than 6,000 words are rarely considered. Articles are peer-reviewed by at least two external, anonymous reviewers before being accepted for publication.
Critical Assessments. Critical Assessments are substantive critiques, evaluations, extended reviews, or policy analyses of relevant events, agencies, policies, or productions. Assessments are generally between 1,500 and 3,000 words. Manuscripts longer than 3,000 words are rarely considered. Assessments are peer-reviewed by relevant, anonymous reviewers before being accepted for publication.
Creative Commentaries. Creative Commentaries are provocative, innovative, and original artistic, aesthetic, or multimedia representations or other visual forms. Creative contributions make substantive visual, artistic or rhetorical commentary on issues relevant to MM&D's scope of interests.