Birmingham Journal for Europe: Issue 3

We do apologise for the late notice but the full third issue of the Birmingham Journal for Europe is now available on our web page:

A number of delays in academic reviews and one family emergency for one of our author’s this issue has come out a bit later than previously expected. Given the dual topics we had hoped for a larger issue, but unfortunately a few papers needed to be pulled at the last minute. Nonetheless, we are pleased to present four fascinating papers in the areas of law, humanities and politics on the topics of collapse and progress within Europe.

This is also the first year the Birmingham Journal for Europe has had a one year turnover rate and we hope to move forward with that model in the future. To that end, we would like to remind everyone that the call for our fourth issue on the theme of “Travelling Europe” is now open. In addition to seeking papers on this theme, this year we aim to expand this publication to include both reviews and notes. Priority will be given to book/article reviews and notes on publications and events relevant to the topic and travel, but for these two categories we will also consider submissions outside of this theme so long as they in some way address Europe generally.

As always, our journal is open to submissions from any discipline including arts and humanities, social sciences, life and physical sciences, etc. This is an academically reviewed publication to ensure all accepted papers are of a high standard. This year journal submissions will have to conform to the BJfE guidelines at first submission or they will not be accepted for academic review. Please ensure that your article features original material and that you have obtained the necessary permission for any referenced content or images that you do not own before submitting your manuscript.

Please visit our publications tab to read the full cfp for Issue 4 as well as to find an overview of the BJfE referencing and submission guidelines. We look forward to receiving your papers.


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