Purpose of Northwestern Review
The faculty of Northwestern College has immeasurable teaching experience, a wealth of knowledge about their disciplines, and unique professional perspectives that reflect the integration of their expertise as teacher, scholars, and Christians. A faculty journal allows the college to showcase one of its greatest assets, raising the College’s scholarly profile while giving faculty a local publishing outlet. Moreover, the exchange of ideas in a familiar format like a journal can improve meaningful communication among faculty both within and beyond disciplinary boundaries.
All items published and archived in NWCommons, including the Northwestern Review, represent the views of the respective authors and not necessarily the views of Northwestern College, its faculty, staff, students, administrators, or board.
Who Can Submit?
Any faculty member at Northwestern College may submit an original article or creative work to be considered for publication in Northwestern Review provided he or she owns the copyright to the work being submitted or is authorized by the copyright owner or owners to submit the article. The work submitted can be exclusively authored by faculty members or can be collaboratively authored with students. .
Rights for Authors and NWCommons
As further described in our submission agreement, in consideration for publication of the article, the authors grant to NWCommons permission to publish the item, non-exclusive rights to copy, display, distribute, and publish this work, and non-exclusive rights to migrate the work to various formats as needed in perpetuity for preservation and utility. Authors maintain all copyright for their work.
Readers or viewers of items in Northwestern Review may copy them without the copyright owner’s permission as long as the author and publisher (NWCommons) are acknowledged in the copy and the copy is used for educational, not-for-profit purposes.”
People who have questions about use should contact the editors.