CFP: Articles wanted: The Eurasia Studies Society Journal (TESS GB and Europe)
The Eurasia Studies Society Journal is an open access digital, peer-reviewed journal published by The Eurasia Studies Society. The journal aims is to provide a forum for scholars of Eurasian themes and topics from across Europe and Asia, particularly Central Asia, to communicate their shared interests, ideas and creativity.
The Eurasia Studies Society Journal accepts submissions for academic articles covering Europe and Asia by postgraduate students, PhD candidates, researchers, journalists and academics. We particularly encourage submissions for articles addressing topics pertaining to the five republics of the former Soviet Union, the ‘Stans’, and the Caucasus. Articles of 1,000 to 7,000 words are welcome as well as book reviews (maximum 1,250 words).
To submit your article, please send a short abstract to the Editorial Board at email@example.com, who will then determine whether to proceed. An Instruction for Authors is available on our website, and all articles and book reviews have to conform to our style guide.
Please note that we can only accept well-written and well-edited articles that conform to our style guide and due to cost we cannot edit submissions (although they will be quickly proof read in addition to the peer review). If necessary, we encourage you to get your article edited before you submit a final draft. Please contact the Editorial Board for more information.
The historiography and cultural studies we cover is comprehensive:
-intellectual, religious, cultural, economic, social, political
-arts, architecture, music, sport, leisure, media and film
-gender, feminism and masculinities; young people
-philosophy, and ideologies
-ancient, medieval, modern history
-Soviet, post-Soviet; socialist and post-socialist transition
-citizenship, identity and the ‘Other’
-ethnicity, nationalism, tribalism
-mafia networks, state corruption
-migration, globalisation, discrimination and integration
-environment, rural living and ecological sustainability
-working classes, urbanisation, unemployment and class.
All submissions are double-blind peer-reviewed. The journal’s house style is available at our site. Please send queries or essays to the editors: Dr. Sevket Hylton Akyildiz (SOAS, University of London), and Richard Carlson (MA, SOAS, University of London) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Sevket Hylton Akyildiz
Department of Anthropology and Sociology
Dr. Sevket Akyildiz
School of Oriental and African Studies
University of London
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