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Journal Southeastern Europe (JSEE)

Aim of the journal

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Eastern Europe has disappeared, first, in the reemergence of the distinction between Central and Balkan Europe, and second, in the integration of the former to the European Union. Eastern Europe is dead, long live Southeastern Europe. Transitology is out of fashion.

What comes next? The Journal Southeastern Europe does not aim at constructing a new single paradigm but to be a pioneer in contextualization and conceptualization of South East European developments. Three pillars build its theoretical universe:

 
  • Pluridisciplinarity – political science, history, sociology, law, anthropology, cultural studies
  • Interdisciplinarity – issues like nationalism, ethnicity, human rights do not belong to any particular discipline and need the contribution of several of them
  • Comparative approach often replaces verification in social sciences and gives a theoretical background for “measuring” the uniqueness or commonness of the phenomena
 

The journal Southeastern Europe has interest in both results of theoretical research and informed policy debate, implications of research for policy innovation, analysis of the outcome of previous initiatives.

Structure of the journal

The content of the Journal is structured in six parts:

  • Editor’s essay focusing on a different aspect and encouraging the reader to explore the region within the parameters set by the editorial leadership
  • Articles on variety of topics. Every article is accompanied by a summary
  • Forum: scholarly interview in dept of a political personality, critically evaluated by another scholar
  • Debate: two/three separate reviews of the same book and an author’s reply
  • Reviews of books published in the languages of South Eastern Europe
  • News: information for the intellectual life in the region (innovative initiatives, new institutes, important international conferences, etc.)

Editorial Board

  • Editor-in-Chief: Anna Krasteva
  • Executive Editor: Stefano Bianchini
  • Editorial Assistant: Marco Puleri
  • Book Review Editor: Vjeran Pavlaković
  • Sara Barbieri, IECOB, Bologna
  • Florian Bieber, University of Graz
  • Vesna Bojicic-Dzelilovic, London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Sharyl Cross, St. Edward’s University, Austin TX
  • Christina Koulouri, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens
  • Joseph Marko, University of Graz
  • Sergiu Miscoui, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj
  • Julie Mostov, Drexel University, Philadelphia
  • Asim Mujkić, University of Sarajevo
  • Craig Nation, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle
  • Gunay Ozdogan, Marmara University, Istanbul
  • Francesco Privitera, University of Bologna
  • Sabrina Ramet, The Norwegian University of Science & Technology
  • Maria Todorova, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Mitja Zagar, Institute for Ethnic Studies, Ljubljana

Covers and Table of Contents of Volumes

 
Volume 39 No3 2015

Publisher

Brill, The Leiden

Information & Contacts

If you want to know more about the Journal Southeastern Europe and subscribe visit the JSEE webpage.

Mr Marco Puleri
Editorial Manager
address:
Corso della Repubblica 117
47121 Forlì(FC) - Italy
tel. 0039.0543.36304
mail. marco.puleri2@unibo.it

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