The Atrium: A Journal of Academic Community Voices

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The Atrium: A Journal of Academic Community Voices/Ivy Tech Community College
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nriecken@ivytech.edu

THE ATRIUM is currently accepting academic as well as creative articles of interest across the wide range of the humanity disciplines. Articles that focus on broad issues connecting classroom to culture and community are welcome, as well as narrative fiction, poetry, and artwork (artwork should be submitted in .jpg format).

The Atrium invites and encourages academic discourse across the disciplines. We seek innovative, creative, and critical articles from faculty and administrators from two- and four-year colleges and universities. Issues of interest to you and your colleagues are likely to be of interest to us, so please share your best practices, insights, and research delights with us.

We do not accept previously-published material, theses, or dissertations. We welcome shorter articles, book and website reviews, and limited poetry, creative writing, and artwork. Research should follow through into practice in the classroom. Articles should be limited to no more than 5,000 words. SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR OUR SPRING 2012 ISSUE IS JANUARY 1, 2012.

To view our current and archived issues, to read the current submission guidelines, and to submit your work, please go to http://nwi.ivytech.edu/atrium/ . Questions may be addressed to Nancy Riecken, Managing Editor of The Atrium, at nriecken@ivytech.edu.

The Atrium is a peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary journal published twice annually by Ivy Tech Community College Northwest. Ivy Tech is an academic home to 160,000 students throughout Indiana and is one of the largest community college systems in the United States.

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humanities_computing_and_the_internet
interdisciplinary
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poetry
popular_culture
professional_topics
rhetoric_and_composition
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