Federalism-E is an electronic student journal about federalism, multi-level governance, and intergovernmental relations put forth in collaboration between Queen’s University and the Royal Military College of Canada. This annual journal will publish papers by undergraduate students, which are reviewed by an editorial board composed of their peers, in both English and French languages.
It is a bilingual, undergraduate electronic journal about federalism with a mandate to provide a forum to encourage research and scholarly debate with respect to a wide variety of issues concerning federalism both within Canada and abroad.
Note: We are pleased to announce that the 2015 edition (Issue 16) is now complete and available for download below.
Prospective authors should note the following: when submitting an essay, please include your name, full contact information and that of the institution with which you are affiliated. Furthermore, we would appreciate it if the articles were formatted according to the Chicago Manual Of Style (CMOS). While the journal has traditionally published articles 6,000 – 10,000 words in length, shorter submission as well as review articles and book reviews will also receive consideration.
For those equally interested in joining future editions' editorial board, we are always seeking members from as many universities as possible. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in order to indicate your interest.
The continued success of the journal relies on the contribution and collaboration of undergraduate students from around the world.
The journal's volumes may be downloaded below.
|Volume 10||April 2009||Download|
|Volume 9||April 2008||Download|
|Volume 8||May 2007||Download|
|Volume 7||May 2006||Download|
|Volume 6||June/July 2006||Download|
|Volume 5||June 2004||Download|
|Volume 4||February 2004||Download|