Perspectives on Europe

Autumn 2015

Autumn 2015 cover of Perspectives on EuropeEditor: Jordi Domenech, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Managing Editor: Nicole Shea, Council for European Studies

In this issue, Perspectives on Europe brings a group of historians, political scientists, and sociologists to the fore to identify and describe the main drivers of political and economic integration and disintegration—in a time of rising nationalism and economic insecurity.

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Spring 2015

Spring 2015 cover of Perspectives on EuropeEditor: Neringa Klumbyte, Miami University of Ohio

Managing Editor: Siovahn Walker, Council for European Studies

In this issue, Perspectives on Europe tackles the elusive concept of secrecy: How do you research information that was meant to be hidden from the public? How do you express secrets visually, linguistically, or musically? Find out here!

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Autumn 2014

Autumn 2014 cover of Perspectives on EuropeEditor: Neringa Klumbyte, Miami University of Ohio

Managing Editor: Siovahn Walker, Council for European Studies

This issue of Perspectives on Europe focuses on the developments in Ukraine in 2014: the Euromaidan revolution, the relationship with Russia, and the social changes brought forth by these recent events. Almost 100 pages strong, the articles in this jumbo issue address gender and LGBT relations, public health, Westernization, and much more.

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About Perspectives on Europe

Published twice a year, Perspectives on Europe (formerly called European Studies Forum) is an online-only journal that spotlights interdisciplinary and public-oriented research on European politics, history and culture.  Recent topics have included:  the Eurozone economic crisis, changes in UK higher education, transitions to democracy in the Balkans, the accession of Romania and Bulgaria to the European Union, European environmental regulations and its global effects, the recent openings of WWII archives in Hungary and Poland, and much more.

 
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