NPDA Journal Submission Form
Parliamentary Debate: The Journal of the National Parliamentary Debate Association is dedicated to the publication of original scholarship aimed at advancing our thinking about and practice of competitive forensics, especially parliamentary debate. Diverse approaches to forensics scholarship and pedagogy are both welcome and encouraged. Articles may focus narrowly on the practice of parliamentary debate or address issues of relevance to forensics defined more broadly.
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