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Call for Papers for the 2019 Issue

To commemorate the life and work of Bishop Cornelius Korir, Bishop of the Diocese of Eldoret, Kenya, the 2019 issue will have a special section on Bishop Korir, and welcomes submissions of essays about any aspect of his life and work. Bishop Korir is well-known for his work in human rights and peacebuilding, including the Amani Mashinani peacebuilding project that followed the post-election violence of Kenya's 2007 election. The editor of this special section is Dr. Eddah Mutua, St. Cloud State University. Those wishing to submit an essay for consideration for publication should first send an extended abstract (1000 words) to Dr. Mutua by December 15, 2018. Notification of acceptance will be sent by December 30. The complete essay would be due March 15, 2019. Please send extended abstract, or any queries, to Dr. Mutua at emmutua@stcloudstate.edu.

Submission of Manuscripts

Manuscripts should be double-spaced typed in 12 pt., Times New Roman type, using the APA (American Psychological Association) guidelines, https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/ and should be from 3,750 words to 6,250 words, including a 100-150 word abstract in italics. Manuscripts should be emailed as an attachment in the MS.Word format to Dr. Joseph Okumu at Okumu27@gmail.com and to Dr. Ron Pagnucco at rpagnucco@csbsju.edu., All manuscripts will be sent to at least one external reviewer for anonymous review. Please address any questions to Drs. Okumu and Pagnucco at their email addresses above.