Tag: OJS

New Journal–Cognitariat: Journal of Contingent Labor

(Another Journal hosted by our OJS platform) This is to share with you all that we have just launched a new refereed, open access journal. Cognitariat: Journal of Contingent Labor, “As an open access refereed journal Cognitariat hopes to offer an open platform to all scholars, students, and activists who have or are laboring as…

Pakistaniaat Has Now Moved to its Own Hosting Platform

We are pleased to announce that earlier today, Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies was moved successfully to our own hosting service: Open Access World. While we were able to move all our issues and files, we did have some trouble moving our user accounts. If you try to log in and cannot find the…

Our Thanks to Jason W. Ellis, Our Outgoing Layout Editor

As we approach the publication of Pakistaniaat’s fifth issue, I am also beginning to realize what a loss it would be when Jason W. Ellis, our layout editor, leaves our editorial team at the end of this year. Those of you who have published with us or have downloaded, printed, or viewed our content should…

Sikh Studies–New Journal

Sikh Studies: Current Perspectives Sikh Studies: Current Perspectives, a recently launched academic journal, will soon be housed in the Department of English, University of North Texas. The journal was founded recently by Professor (emeritus) Harbans Lal, a renowned scholar on Sikh studies and a former chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Neurosciences, Medical College…

Pakistaniaat–Summer Issue Coming Soon

I just wanted to share that Jason W. Ellis, our layout editor, and I are working hard to publish our Summer Issue in the next few weeks. There are quite a few exciting articles, creative pieces, and other cool stuff in this issue. We rely heavily on your donations and the sale of our print…

The First Year of Pakistaniaat–Some Thoughts

It is now the second year of Pakistaniaat’s publication. I thought I should take this opportunity to reflect upon our first year and share some thoughts about our future. The Decision to Start a Journal Pakistaniaat, as might be obvious by now, was not really launched on a whim. As a scholar of Pakistani origin…

Special Issue on Indo-Pak War of 1971–Seeking More Submissions

We are still seeking submissions for the special issue of Pakistaniaat on Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. Our special issue editor is Dr. Cara Cilano, University of North Carolina, whose scholarly work focuses on this important part of Pakistani history. The purpose of this special issue of Pakistaniaat is to bring together the emerging work on…

Our Belated Thanks to Scholarly Exchange

It just occurred to me today that after having published two successful issues using the Open Access Platform provided by Scholarly Exchange (SE), our hosting company, I have not publicly acknowledged our debt of gratitude to this wonderful not-for-profit organization. Here is some information about them cited directly from their website: Scholarly Exchange emerged in…

Pakistaniaat–The Print Version is Now Available

Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies Vol. 1, No. 2 (2009) by Editorial Team, Pakistaniaat Paperback, 207 pages Preview $29.99   Ships in 3–5 business days This is the second print issue of Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies. Pakistaniaat is a refereed, multidisciplinary, open access academic journal offering a forum for scholarly and creative…