Articulate is an undergraduate scholarly journal that publishes academic papers on international development with an emphasis on health. Articulate provides a forum for students to contribute to, as well as drive, the debates within the international development field. SCOUT BANANA believes undergraduates are a vital, untapped force to bring new ideas, perspectives, and concepts into the development dialogue.
Our Mission is to spark, share, and spread knowledge for the sake of innovative change in international development.
Latest Issue (Fall 2011)
How to Contribute
Scholarly Articles: Original, research-based articles that fall between 15-20 pages. Please include relevant graphs, data tables, maps, or any other supplementary material.
Young People in the Field: Analysis, reflection, and observations that make a broader commentary on the field of international development and the place of young people within it.
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Literature Reviews: Short essays based on relevant books, briefings, and other literature in African studies, international development, foreign aid, and health care.
Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articulate staff positions
Articulate has several positions open on its staff, which has traditionally consisted of a four-member Editorial Board, four peer reviewers, and a Layout Editor. Editing experience is preferable, but all that’s really needed is a critical, inquisitive mind and an interest concerning the issues.
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