Call for papers: Irish Studies in International Affairs10 May 2018
We are seeking good quality papers from academics, policy-makers and PhD students
Irish Studies in International Affairs has been published since 1979 as the leading Irish-based journal in the discipline, with an increasing international reputation and circulation. Each issue includes contributions on a special theme and other original articles related to Ireland and international affairs, broadly defined.
This year’s issue will have a special theme: Multilateralism and Interdependence: Prospects and Challenges. Articles addressing that theme are especially welcome, but we also welcome other articles related to Ireland and international affairs, broadly defined. We are now seeking good quality papers from academics, policy-makers and PhD students on these themes or articles on other aspects of Ireland’s international connections, defined in its widest sense to include issues such as development aid, conflict resolution, trade and human rights. We welcome articles from all disciplinary backgrounds related to the study of international affairs, including politics and international relations, history, law, economics, sociology, communications. As is the practice in good quality journals, all articles submitted for publication are peer reviewed, double-blind. That is, authors will not be identified in the copies given to reviewers, and reviewers will not identify themselves in their review. We promise to review within 10 weeks, and subject to revisions required, to publish papers by end 2018.
ISIA is indexed in Scopus (scopus.com) and Google Scholar and, in addition to being published in paper format, is available in full-text format via JSTOR, ensuring that published articles reach a wide audience and have long-term impact.
Anyone wishing to submit a paper for consideration should send the manuscript by email to email@example.com as soon as possible, and in any case no later than 20 June 2018.
Further information on the journal, including author instructions and archive, can be found on our journal page.
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