Crossing the Border


Crossing the Border

An Open Access Publisher of Peer-Reviewed International Journals


ISSN 2350-8752 (Print)
ISSN 2350-8922 (Online)

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The Crossing the Border is an open platform that provides scholars and researchers opportunity to seek, generate, and share scientific knowledge with the academic community around the globe. Its journals are peer-reviewed, open access international journals that are periodically available in print and online.

The Crossing the Border applies a new approach to scholarly publishing, driving innovations and developing new techniques to make peer-review process more efficient and effective. Its mission is to increase the reach and impact of articles and their authors.


NEWS UPDATE:

New Issuess Now Available Both in Print and Online

Published on: 2018-03-08

The Crossing the Border has published its two journals: International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, and International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies recently. read more ...

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Editor-In-Chief
Dr. Min Pun, Nepal

Associate Editor
Carmel Anne Murray, Ireland

Publisher
Rosey Printing House
Pokhara, Nepal

ISSN
2350-8752 (Print)
2350-8922 (Online)

Frequency
Twice a Year

Mode
Print and Online

Submission Email
editors@crossingtheborder.com.np

Language of Publication
English

DOI Number
10.3126/ctbijis

Abstracted/Indexed in
•  NepJol
•  AsiaJOL
•  OALib Journal
•  JournalTOCs
•  SciLit
•  abcGATE

International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

The journal is a peer-reviewed, open access international journal and aims to publish research articles at the cutting edge of knowledge about humanities and social sciences and its various intersections with the natural world. Published bi-monthly, it appears both in print and online. read more ...

CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 1; Number 2; 15 August 2018

  1.     Ethnicity and Ethnic Identity Construction Process in Nepal/ 1
    Dr. Shyamu Thapa Magar (Nepal)
  2.     Is Japan Now Postmodern?/ 12
    Dr. Min Pun (Nepal)
  3.     ‘Youth and Sport’ Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Government Policy in Nepal/ 19
    Dr. Jeet Bahadur Sapkota (Japan)
    Dr. Pramila Neupane (Japan)
  4.     Shadow Education: A Role of Private Tutoring in Learning/ 29
    Khim Raj Subedi (Nepal)
  5.     Poverty, Education and Migration: Narratives of Migrants from Bharse, Nepal/ 39
    Lal Bahadur Pun (Nepal)
  6.     Innovation Capability of Nepali Micro and Small Enterprises: Ready for the Competitive Context?/ 53
    Krishna Bahadur Rai (Nepal)
  7.     Re-imagining Women’s Spatial Boundaries: A Study of Lil Bahadur Chettri’s Mountains Painted with Tumeric/ 65
    Dr. Tamishra Swain (India)
    Shalini Shah (Nepal)
  8.     Laxmi Prasad Devkota’s “Muna Madan” – A Traumatic Experience of Nepali Migrant Workers Abroad/ 70
    Parash Adhikari (Nepal)

Past Issue: [1]

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

The journal is a peer-reviewed, open access international journal and appears twice a year in print and online. It publishes original research articles on all aspects of disciplines, and presents an interdisciplinary perspective. So articles are accepted, which combine concepts that are taken from diverse topics and disciplines. read more ...

CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 6; Number 1; 15 January 2018

  1.     MIGRATION AND HYBRIDITY: CREATING A NEW WORLD IN MANJUSHREE THAPA’S SEASONS OF FLIGHT/ 3
    Dilu Gurung (Nepal)
  2.     LAND AS (IN)SECURITY IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART/ 14
    Dr. Jib Lal Sapkota (Nepal)
  3.     POLITICS, SEX AND RELIGION: THE SELF IN OSCAR WILDE’S SALOMÉ/ 28
    Dr. Min Pun (Nepal)
  4.     COLONIAL TRAUMA IN RUSKIN BOND’S A FLIGHT OF PIGEONS/ 39
    Badri Prasad Pokharel (Nepal)
    Parash Adhikari (Nepal)
  5.     TEACHER IDENTITY IN A U.S. FUNDED EDUCATION PROGRAM IN NEPAL/ 46
    Todd Wallenius (USA)
  6.     LOCAL CURRICULUM IN SCHOOLS IN NEPAL: A GAP BETWEEN POLICIES AND PRACTICES/ 57
    Khim Raj Subedi (Nepal)
  7.     TRAJECTORIES OF ETHNIC MOVEMENTS: NEPAL IN TRANSITION/ 68
    Dr. Shyamu Thapa Magar (Nepal)

Past Issues: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5]