October 21, 2021

Academic Journal Call-Out

ASFA is pleased to invite Arts and Science undergraduate students to join the Between Arts and Science to bring back its academic journal for the 5th edition. 

Between Arts and Science is meant to be published annually but has been delayed since 2019 due to unanticipated issues. The journal focuses on promoting the work of Arts and Science students and allows them to be published in an academic journal at the undergraduate level.We wish to offer you the opportunity to have your work recognized by your peers, professors, family, and friends! Successful applicants will have their work published and will receive a printed copy of the journal

ASFA is looking for:

  • Editors
  • Editor in Chief
  • Art Submissions 
  • Author Contributions


Job Descriptions

Editors: Editors will have the task of reviewing submissions, making decisions regarding which to publish, and use their skills to touch up and help successful submissions shine in collaboration with their authors. For more details, click here: https://bit.ly/3jdyxKM

Editor in chief: We are looking for an Editor-in-Chief who would take responsibility for running the journal throughout its entire publication procesS. For more details, click here: https://bit.ly/3peX8Ti

Art Submissions: We are calling for artwork with a theme that is inspired by the indigenous world. Submissions should relate to indigenous history, community, culture, or the modern world’s way of emphasizing reconciliation. For more details, click here: https://bit.ly/30wYONr

Authors: Between Arts and Sciences will be accepting submissions on any topic relating to your arts and science major. However, we are calling for any work on issues on indigenous studies, particularly this year, as we would like the theme of this volume to emphasize indigenous reconciliation within university-level academics. For more details, click here: https://bit.ly/3nbfUsa 

We look forward to receiving your applications and submissions! 

For any questions, please contact Jasmine at academic@asfa.ca