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AUSI’s   new   journal,   Marenostrum ,   encourages   dialogue   between   scientists   and   non-scientists   on   some   of   the   most   pressing   issues   of   our   day,
especially on topics related to the Mediterranean.
Marenostrum
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Scientific Committee
1 . Rita Sidoli, Emeritus Professor, Catholic University of Milan 2 . Denise Drane, Director, Research & Evaluation, Searle Center for Teaching Excellence, Northwestern University 3 . Gregory Light, former Director, Searle Center for Teaching Excellence, Northwestern University 4 . Fulvio Attinà, Emeritus Professor, University of Catania 5 . Giuseppe Milan, Professor of Intercultural Pedagogy, The University of Padova 6 . Walid Basha, Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology, Al Najah University 7 . Basma Salameh, Associate Professor of Nursing, Arab American University of Jenin 8 . Adnan Mukran, Professor of Islamic Studies, Gregoriana University – Rome 9 . Sami Basha, Professor of Pedagogy, The American University of Sicily 1 0 . Gokce Gokalp, Vice Dean, Faculty of Education, Middle East Technical University 1 1 . Rebecca Hopkins, Associate Dean of Learner Support and Transition, Western Technical College
Article Submittion
Marenostrum   encourages   the   submission   of   articles   that   bear   directly   on   contemporary   topic   related   to   the   Mediterranean.   The   papers   should   be
accessible to an audience across disciplines and promote discussion across fields and practices.
Submittion Requirements
Articles   for   submission   must   be   previously   unpublished   and   in   English   or   Italian.   Papers   should   be   well-written,   and   we   encourage   clarity.   It   is
important   that   papers   be   copy-edited   carefully   before   submission.   In   submitting   work   to   Marenostrum ,   authors   agree   to   the   policies   of   this
journal,   including   free   access   and   use   of   the   material   published   in   it   with,   of   course,   proper   acknowledgment   of   authorship.   If   you   have   any
questions about whether your article is appropriate for CA, send it directly to the editor for a preliminary review.
All   articles   will   be   blind-refereed   except   when   invited.   The   decision   of   the   scientific   committee   is   final.   Because   Marenostrum   relies   on   the
generosity   of   scholars   who   contribute   their   time   to   review   articles,   we   ask   that   authors   not   submit   their   work   to   other   journals   at   the   same   time.
In   sending   work   to   Marenostrum   for   possible   publication,   the   submitter   attests   that   the   work   is   original   and   that   he   or   she   is   the   author,   that   it
has not been published, and that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Once   a   paper   has   been   accepted   for   publication   it   undergoes   a   careful   editorial   process   that   ensures   its   conformity   to   house   style   (capitalization,
punctuation,   endnote   formatting,   etc.)   and   the   best   practice   of   good   English   usage   in   academic   writing.   Changes   are   usually   minor   and   kept   to   a
minimum, and proofs are sent to the author for approval before publication.
Submittion Format
Submittion Format
1 . The   length   of   articles   is   normally   no   greater   than   5,000   words   but   should   not   exceed   7,000   words,   including   an   abstract   and   notes.   An
article exceeding the length limit will be returned to the author. 2 . At the beginning of the article, the title, abstract and a list of key words should immediately precede the text. 3 . All citations should be in endnotes and not in the text. Number endnotes sequentially with Arabic numbers. 4 . References should conform to the style displayed in the samples below under Citations and References. 5 . Font should be 11pt, Times New Roman, whether in normal, bold, or italic, including endnotes.
Citations and References
Endnote   reference   numbers   should   be   placed   at   the   end   of   the   sentence.   References   in   articles   submitted   conform   to   the   Chicago   documentation
style. Citations of articles published should include author, title, volume number, year, and section number.
Rights and Permission
It   is   the   responsibility   of   the   author   to   obtain   permission   for   the   use   of   any   copyrighted   material,   including   images,   sound,   and   video   files.   It   is
preferable   to   place   images   directly   in   the   text   but,   when   permission   is   unobtainable,   it   is   acceptable   to   include   a   link   to   the   image   directly   in   the
text.
Acceptable File Types
Please   submit   texts   in   MS   Word,   Rich   Text   Format   (RTF).   If   submitting   from   a   Macintosh   computer,   please   include   the   three-letter   file   extension
in the file name of your article. PDF files are not acceptable. Images should be in .jpg or .tif format.
Naming Files
File   names   should   not   contain   spaces.   They   may   contain   letters,   numbers,   hyphens   (-)   and   underscores   (_).   No   other   punctuation   is   allowed.   Files
must have the three-letter file extension identifying the file type (i.e. .rtf, .wpd, .doc), whether submitted from a Windows or Macintosh computer.
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AUSI’s    new    journal,    Marenostrum ,    encourages    dialogue    between    scientists    and    non-
scientists   on   some   of   the   most   pressing   issues   of   our   day,   especially   on   topics   related   to   the
Mediterranean.
Scientific Committee
Rita Sidoli, Emeritus Professor, Catholic University of Milan / Denise Drane, Director, Research & Evaluation, Searle Center for Teaching Excellence, Northwestern University / Gregory Light, former Director, Searle Center for Teaching Excellence, Northwestern University / Fulvio Attinà, Emeritus Professor, University of Catania / Giuseppe Milan, Professor of Intercultural Pedagogy, The University of Padova / Walid Basha, Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology, Al Najah University / Basma Salameh, Associate Professor of Nursing, Arab American University of Jenin / Adnan Mukran, Professor of Islamic Studies, Gregoriana University Rome / Sami Basha, Professor of Pedagogy, The American University of Sicily / Gokce Gokalp, Vice Dean, Faculty of Education, Middle East Technical University / Rebecca Hopkins, Associate Dean of Learner Support and Transition, Western Technical College.
Article Submittion
Marenostrum   encourages   the   submission   of   articles   that   bear   directly   on   contemporary
topic   related   to   the   Mediterranean.   The   papers   should   be   accessible   to   an   audience   across
disciplines and promote discussion across fields and practices.
Submittion Requirements
Articles   for   submission   must   be   previously   unpublished   and   in   English   or   Italian.   Papers
should   be   well-written,   and   we   encourage   clarity.   It   is   important   that   papers   be   copy-
edited   carefully   before   submission.   In   submitting   work   to   Marenostrum ,   authors   agree   to
the   policies   of   this   journal,   including   free   access   and   use   of   the   material   published   in   it
with,   of   course,   proper   acknowledgment   of   authorship.   If   you   have   any   questions   about
whether   your   article   is   appropriate   for   CA,   send   it   directly   to   the   editor   for   a   preliminary
review.
All    articles    will    be    blind-refereed    except    when    invited.    The    decision    of    the    scientific
committee    is    final.    Because    Marenostrum    relies    on    the    generosity    of    scholars    who
contribute   their   time   to   review   articles,   we   ask   that   authors   not   submit   their   work   to   other
journals   at   the   same   time.   In   sending   work   to   Marenostrum   for   possible   publication,   the
submitter   attests   that   the   work   is   original   and   that   he   or   she   is   the   author,   that   it   has   not
been published, and that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Once   a   paper   has   been   accepted   for   publication   it   undergoes   a   careful   editorial   process   that
ensures   its   conformity   to   house   style   (capitalization,   punctuation,   endnote   formatting,
etc.)   and   the   best   practice   of   good   English   usage   in   academic   writing.   Changes   are   usually
minor   and   kept   to   a   minimum,   and   proofs   are   sent   to   the   author   for   approval   before
publication.
Submittion Format
Submittion Format
1 . The   length   of   articles   is   normally   no   greater   than   5,000   words   but   should   not   exceed
7,000   words,   including   an   abstract   and   notes.   An   article   exceeding   the   length   limit
will be returned to the author. 2 . At   the   beginning   of   the   article,   the   title,   abstract   and   a   list   of   key   words   should
immediately precede the text. 3 . All    citations    should    be    in    endnotes    and    not    in    the    text.    Number    endnotes
sequentially with Arabic numbers. 4 . References    should    conform    to    the    style    displayed    in    the    samples    below    under
Citations and References. 5 . Font    should    be    11pt,    Times    New    Roman,    whether    in    normal,    bold,    or    italic,
including endnotes.
Citations and References
Endnote   reference   numbers   should   be   placed   at   the   end   of   the   sentence.   References   in
articles    submitted    conform    to    the    Chicago    documentation    style.    Citations    of    articles
published should include author, title, volume number, year, and section number.
Rights and Permission
It   is   the   responsibility   of   the   author   to   obtain   permission   for   the   use   of   any   copyrighted
material,   including   images,   sound,   and   video   files.   It   is   preferable   to   place   images   directly
in   the   text   but,   when   permission   is   unobtainable,   it   is   acceptable   to   include   a   link   to   the
image directly in the text.
Acceptable File Types
Please    submit    texts    in    MS    Word,    Rich    Text    Format    (RTF).    If    submitting    from    a
Macintosh   computer,   please   include   the   three-letter   file   extension   in   the   file   name   of   your
article. PDF files are not acceptable. Images should be in .jpg or .tif format.
Naming Files
File   names   should   not   contain   spaces.   They   may   contain   letters,   numbers,   hyphens   (-)   and
underscores   (_).   No   other   punctuation   is   allowed.   Files   must   have   the   three-letter   file
extension    identifying    the    file    type    (i.e.    .rtf,    .wpd,    .doc),    whether    submitted    from    a
Windows or Macintosh computer.
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