CALLS FOR PAPERS | APPEL A CONTRIBUTIONS

The journal invites authors to submit their contributions for the next volumes, according to the following calendar*
*accepted manuscripts may be published earlier, as Online first, and then assigned to a specific issue

Issue 1/2022

Deadline for submission: 30 April 2022

Publication: July 2022 (online) / by September 2022 (print)


Issue 2/2022

Deadline for submission: 30 September 2022

Publication: December 2022 (online) / by February 2023 (print)

Issue 1/2023

Deadline for submission: 30 April 2023

Publication: July 2023 (online) / by September 2023 (print)


Issue 2/2023

Deadline for submission: 30 September 2023

Publication: December 2023 (online) / by February 2024 (print)

CURRENT CALLS

We welcome original articles in all fields of political science and related research areas, including political theory, political sociology, international studies, political history, law and political economy.


Groups of authors can also submitt a Forum (4-6 original articles by different authors, around a certain topic) or a Dialogue (2-3 original articles of different authors, around a certain topic). Such groupings can be, for instance, but not exclusively, the outcome of academic conferences or scientific team projects. For inquiries and submissions please contact us at analeFSPUB@fspub.unibuc.ro or analeFSPUB@unibuc.ro. Manuscripts sent to editors should respect the style and format guidelines and the ethical guidelines.

SPECIAL DIALOGUES / FORUMS
We currently receive also contributions for the following special thematic dialogues / forums:

Elections and democracy during COVID-19

Issue 1/2022

This collection proposes a debate on how the context of the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted democracy worldwide, with a focus on elections, party politics, media campaigns and dis-/mis-information. It also marks the establishment in the journal of the new permanent section Elections and democracy, coordinated by the journal's associate editors Florin Feșnic, Camil Pârvu and Bogdan Mihai Radu.

What next for the EU project?

Issue 2/2022

This collection marks 30 years since the Maastricht Treaty and 15 years since the EU accession of Bulgaria an Romania. Participants to the International Conference on Alternative Models for European Integration "Interregnum Europe: Crisis, War and Alternative Futures" can submit their contributions by the 15th of October 2022 the latest.

Political (mis)use of archives

Issue 1/2023

This collection explores how archives have been used in the public space, with a special focus on the post-colonial and post-communist political life and impact of historical archives.

Special guest editor: Anca Șincan (Romanian Academy, "Gh. Șincai" Institute of Social Sciences and the Humanities)

OPEN CALL FOR BOOK REVIEWS

The journal invites authors to submit reviews of recent volumes (no more than 3-year old) on subjects relevant for political research. The reviews can be of a single volume or in the form of review essays (an extended analysis of recent volumes around the same topic). A selective list of volumes that the editors can provide for book review is available and regularly updated here

2022

LARRES, Klaus, ed. 2022. Dictators and autocrats: Securing Power across Global Politics. New York: Routledge, 464 pp. ISBN 9780367607876

MARK, James & Paul BETTS, eds. 2022. Socialism Goes Global: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the Age of Decolonisation. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 384 pp. ISBN 9780192848857

YAKOBLOV, Ilya & Precious N. CHATTERJE-DOODY. 2022. Russia Today and Conspiracy Theories: People, Power and Politics on RT. New York: Routledge, 116 pp. ISBN 9780367224677


2021

ASTAPOVA, Anastasiya, Eirikur BERGMANN, Asbjørn DYRENDAL, Annika RABO, Kasper Grotle RASMUSSEN, Hulda THÓRISDÓTTIR & Andreas ÖNNERFORS. 2020. Conspiracy Theories and the Nordic Countries. New York: Routledge, 134 pp. ISBN 9780367354473

BETTS, Alexander. 2021. The Wealth of Refugees: How Displaced People Can Build Economies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 448 pp. ISBN 9780198870685

COSTELLO, Cathryn, Michelle FOSTER & Jane McADAM . 2021. The Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1344 pp. ISBN 9780198848639

FAIRFIELD, Joshua A.T. 2021. Runaway technology: Can law keep up? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, viii + 298 pp. ISBN 9781108545839

MERON, Theodor. 2021. Standing up for justice: The challenges of trying atrocity crimes. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 384 pp. ISBN 9780198863434

PURSIAINEN, Christer & Tuomas FORSBERG. 2021. The Psychology of Foreign Policy. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, XIX + 391 pp. ISBN 9783030798871

SAJÓ, András, Renáta UITZ & Stephen HOLMES, eds. 2021. Routledge Handbook of Illiberalism. New York: Routledge. 1024 pp. ISBN 9780367260545


2020

ASTAPOVA, Anastasiya, Onoriu COLĂCEL, Corneliu PINTILESCU, Tamás SCHEIBNER, eds. 2020. Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe: Tropes and Trends. London: Routledge, 310 pp., ISBN 9780367344771

BUTTER, Michael & Peter KNIGHT, eds. 2020. Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories. New York: Routledge, 700 pp. ISBN 9780815361749

COMAN, Ramona, Amandine CRESPY & Vivienne A. SCHMIDT, eds. 2020. Governance and politics in the post-crisis European Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 444 pp. ISBN 9781108482264

PERSILY, Nathaniel & Joshua A. TUCKER. 2020. Social Media and Democracy: The State of the Field, Prospects for Reform. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. ISBN 9781108835558

RICHARDSON-LITTLE, Ned. 2020. The Human Rights Dictatorship: Socialism, Global Solidarity and Revolution in East Germany. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 286 pp. ISBN 9781108440783

SAUL, Ben & Dapo AKANDE, eds. 2020. The Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law. Oxford: Oxford: University Press, 480 pp. ISBN 9780198840503


2019

SADURSKI, Wojcieh. 2019. Poland's Constitutional Breakdown. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 304 pp. ISBN 9780198840503