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ISSN print : 2068-651X
ISSN on-line: 2068-6633

 

 

 

The Eastern Journal of European Studies (EJES) seeks to provide a forum for multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary dialogue between ideas, and a framework for theoretical and empirical analyses covering major topics in European studies: European history, politics, European economy and European policies, EU community law, European culture and society.
EJES encourages studies focusing on Central and Eastern Europe (including Eastern Neighbourhood) in order to better understand its transformations induced by the integration process and to address its specific challenges by supporting scientific debates on the general European theory and practice. Furthermore, the editorial board regularly invites distinguished guest editors to coordinate thematic issues.
Types of papers to be published: theoretical studies, comparative studies, case studies, empirical analyses and reviews.

This publication is co-funded by the project Centre for Excellence Jean Monnet for European Studies 2009-2756/001

 

 

CALL FOR PAPERS - Deadlines

  • 1st October 2016 - Thematic issue: The Eastern Partnership under strain

Guest editor: Gilles Rouet

Gilles Rouet is Professor at Paris Saclay University, France & Matej Bel University, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, Ad Personam Jean Monnet Chair. Coordinator of European programs in Russia and Georgia (1993-2011), he was, for 2010 to 2014, attache for academic and scientific cooperation at the Embassy of France in Bulgaria and, for 2004 to 2008, attache for academic, technical and scientific cooperation at the Embassy of France in Slovakia. He is co-director of several editorial series, has published a dozen of books, more than one hundred and sixty articles and papers and has directed more than thirty collective works, in particular about the European Union, the citizenships, the European integration, the Bologna Process, the European Neighbourhood Policy and the European identities.

 

  • 30th March 2017 - Multi and interdisciplinary issue

 

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