PublicationsThe Council for European Studies (CES) is a leading publisher of research on Europe. Its flagship publication is the semi-annual journal, Perspectives on Europe, a leading organ for the dissemination of cutting-edge European Studies research. However, the Council also publishes a monthly newsletter, several series devoted exclusively to providing research resources, and an open-access, online magazine for reviews and critical commentary. A full list of the Council's current publications is provided below. (For information on purchasing advertising space in the Council's publications, visit our Advertising Opportunities webpage.)
Perspectives on Europe (semi-annual)
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 their global effects, and much more.
CES Resource Guide (series)
Designed to aid the study of Europe at all levels, the CES Resource Guides series is an invaluable reference tool for scholars of Europe. The CES Resource Guides series includes the always popular Guide to Grants & Fellowships for Europeanists. Forthcoming issues will feature guides to local research centers in Europe and North America as well as resource guides for institutions.
European Studies Newsletter (monthly)
The European Studies Newsletter provides a timely mix of news about the Council for European Studies (CES) and its programming, as well as external jobs, fellowships, conference calls, and other items of interest to the broad community of researchers and scholars studying Europe. The Newsletter has been continuously published by the Council for European Studies (CES) since the organization's founding in 1970 and is offered as a free service to the Council's constituents. Subscribe now to the European Studies Newsletter.
Reviews & Critical Commentary (CritCom) is an online forum of critical review, informed commentary, and public discussion. It focuses on European history, society and politics, and is aimed at an educated, interdisciplinary audience. The goal of the publication is to facilitate the dissemination of research on Europe and provide a forum for its discussion.