The International Journal of Canadian Studies is a bilingual, multidisciplinary, and peer-reviewed journal featuring the latest research in the field of Canadian Studies. Articles from IJCS have been cited more than 1,500 times and downloaded over 9,000 times in the last three years. The IJC Editorial board invites a broad range of topics and approaches in the study of Canada, including essays using comparative methods or multi-/interdisciplinary perspectives as well as proposals for special theme issues, based on conferences or with a Call for Papers.
Both the IJCS editors and editorial board welcome academics at any stage of their career, from Canada and beyond, to explore any aspect of the study of Canada. IJCS publishes full-length articles based on primary research. All submissions must undergo peer review and final decisions regarding publication are made by the Editorial Board. Visit http://bit.ly/IJCS_Submissions for more information regarding submissions to IJCS, including guidelines for submission.