Palgrave Studies in International Relations
In association with the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations, Palgrave Macmillan is delighted to announce a new series dedicated to producing cutting-edge titles in International Relations. Palgrave Macmillan has been a publisher of outstanding scholarly work on international affairs since the inception of academic discipline of IR in the 1930s, with a list that includes many of the seminal thinkers. Palgrave Studies in International Relations will build on that tradition.
Edited by Knud Erik Jørgensen and Audie Klotz, Palgrave Studies in International Relations will provide students and scholars with the best theoretically-informed scholarship on the global issues of our time, in keeping with the ECPR Standing Group’s commitment to fostering dialogue in the discipline of IR. The series will comprise innovative and intellectually rigorous monographs and edited collections which bridge schools of thought and cross the boundaries of conventional fields of study.
The aim of the series is to present the best research in an accessible form, suitable both for researchers and graduate course-takers and tutors working in this broad and rapidly changing field. Prospective authors should submit their proposals to Amy Lankester-Owen at Palgrave: email@example.com
The Editorial Board of Politikon, the International Association for Political Science Students' Academic Journal, invites graduate and undergraduate students to submit papers for review and possible publication.
Founded in 2001, the journal is published twice yearly and distributed in hard copy and online to more than 10,000 IAPSS members in more than 40 countries on every continent. Politikon publishes the best in undergraduate and graduate student scholarship from around the world. Politikon is recognised globally for its position as one of the leading academic journals publishing the work of students from across the fields of political science and international relations. The peer-review and refereeing process involves full Professors, leading academics and experts from across the world and abstracts from Politikon are included in the International Political Science Association's (IPSA) Annual International Political Science Abstracts.
Politikon is funded through contributions from both private and public institutions. These have included local and regional political science associations from throughout Europe and, in recent times, the European Commission. As well, Politikon benefits from IAPSS's partnerships with other established political science associations - including IPSA, the International Studies Association (ISA) and the European Political Science Network (epsNet) - with Politikon authors being invited to attend and present their research at major conferences and seminars. Events where Politikon authors have been invited include the 2006 ISA Annual Convention in San Diego and the 2007 IPSA Congress in Fukuoka, with authors also being invited to the forthcoming 2007 ISA Annual Convention in Chicago and 2007 epsNet Plenary Conference in Ljubljana..
In a crowded academic publication market Politikon has carved out a niche, becoming on of the longest standing and most highly regarded journals of political science and international relations for students in the world.
Articles submitted to the journal should meet the following standards:
- English language
- 4000 - 7000 words, including footnotes
- Microsoft Word or RTF file format
- Fully referenced in Harvard style (see http://tinyurl.com/nsfcg)
- An abstract of no more than 125 words
- Biographical information of the author (no more than 50 words)
- Be concerned with political science, international relations, international law, political economy, public policy or a related field. For this issue the Editorial Board is particularly interested in articles which consider minority, identity and Roma issues.
Submissions should be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. A reply confirming receipt will be sent within 48 hours. All submissions should be received no later than 30th June 2007.
For more information visit: http://www.iapss.org/politikon/home.html
Politikon: The IAPSS Journal of Political Science
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