FERNS is an intercollegiate academic journal that focuses on the intersection between human action and environmental impact. It will emphasize the conversation necessary between scientists, politicians, ethicists, and theologians, welcoming work in fields that intersect around environmental stewardship. FERNS showcases the intellectual, academic, and creative research from emerging scholars at and undergraduate levels. will have the ability to promote their work in a double-blind peer-reviewed journal in addition to developing research ideas in the arena.

FERNS will give preference to theoretical and empirically-based research articles. The journal will feature original work, including academic paper, scholarly work, and reviews.

  • ​Research and Application Articles: 5,000-8,000 words
  • and Thematic Issues: 1,000-4,000 words
  • and Article Reviews: 750 – 1,000 words

Submissions should follow Chicago style citation and formatting, including endnotes for citations  (not footnotes), as well as page numbers on the upper right corner of each page. The title of the article and a 200-250 word abstract should be included on the first page of the submission. Authors should remove all identifying titles (name, institution, email, etc.) from their work, to ensure our double-blind peer-review process. Authors should submit a separate document that contains the title of the work, author’s name and institution, a contact email, and the same 200-250 word abstract.

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