Impact: The Journal of the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning is a peer-reviewed, bi-annual online journal that publishes scholarly and creative non-fiction essays about the theory, practice and assessment of interdisciplinary education. Impact is produced by the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning at the Boston University College of General Studies. Impact accepts submissions throughout the year and publishes issues in February and July. Please submit your essays for consideration at https://citl.submittable.com/submit.
Impact provides free and open access to all of its research publications. There is no charge to authors for publication, and the journal abides by a CC-BY license. Authors published in Impact retain copyright on their articles, except for any third-party images and other materials added by Impact, which are subject to copyright of their respective owners. Authors are therefore free to disseminate and re-publish their articles, subject to any requirements of third-party copyright owners and subject to the original publication being fully cited. Visitors may download and forward articles subject to the citation requirements; all copyright notices must be displayed. If readers want to search by journal subject they might use these words: education, graduate, undergraduate, interdisciplinary, disciplines, curriculum, higher education.
Editor-in-Chief: Megan Sullivan, College of General Studies, Boston University
Book Review Editor: Christopher Coffman, College of General Studies, Boston University
Editors: All editors of Impact are from the College of General Studies, Boston University.
- Sandra Buerger
- Cheryl Boots
- Kari Lavalli
- Joelle Renstrom
- Matthew Stewart
- Adam Sweeting
- Meg Tyler
- Kathleen Vandenberg
- Aaron Worth
Editorial Advisory Board:
- Caroline Brown, University of Montreal
- Lisa Gitelman, New York University
- Linn Cary Mehta, Barnard College
- Jana Funke, University of Exeter
- Dawn Skorczewski, Brandeis University
- Didem Vardar Ulu, Wellesley University
Copyright © 2019 by the College of General Studies, Boston University ISSN 2325-0232 ISBN 10-0615582478 ISBN 13-978-0-615-58247-4