European Studies Journal

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Centre for European Studies
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The Centre for European Studies at Dalhousie University is pleased to announce the creation of its journal, European Studies: History, Society and Culture / Études européens: Histoire, société, culture. This will be a peer-reviewed, semi-annual journal published by the Centre. It will aim to publish original scholarship in European Studies, with a special emphasis on interdisciplinary research.

Essays and book reviews may be in English or French, and from any relevant discipline(s), including, but not limited to, Archaeology, Art History, Cinema, Classics, Cultural Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Law, Languages, Linguistics, Literature, Media Studies, Musicology, Sociology, Philosophy, Performing Arts, Politics, Religion, Theatre, Translation Studies, and Visual Studies. The journal is open to scholarship on any era, from antiquity to the present, seeking to contribute to the understanding of Europe in broad historical and multi-disciplinary perspective. Book reviews commissioned for the journal will stress interdisciplinary scholarship from major academic publishers.

The journal will be published both online and as a print-on-demand paper journal.

Articles should be between 5000 and 7500 words, including notes. Articles should not have been previously published, and should not be under consideration anywhere else. Any material not in English or French should be accompanied by a translation.
Book reviews, which should be preceded by a written query to the Book Review Editor (Peter O'Brien, Peter.OBrien@Dal.Ca), should not exceed 1500 words.

All authors should follow the Chicago Manual of Style. Texts in both English and French should follow Canadian usage.

Submissions should be made electronically, and sent initially as a PDF. Accepted articles will eventually need to be provided in MS Word. PDSs can be sent to either Jerry White (Jerry.White@Dal.Ca) or Julia Wright (Julia.Wright@Dal.Ca), co-directors of Dalhousie's Centre for European Studies.