Perspectives on Europe Submission Guidelines
Perspectives on Europe is a research-based, semi-annual journal of European history, society and policy that publishes both solicited and unsolicited manuscripts. All articles must be written for an educated, but interdisciplinary audience and should range between 2,000 and 3,000 words. Articles should be original, light on citations (i.e., no more than a page), and draw on recent or ongoing research. Although Perspectives on Europe is not a refereed journal, all submissions do undergo an extensive editorial review process and thus will be edited to conform to PoE-style in matters of punctuation, capitalization, usage, etc. The Editor(s) may also suggest other changes in the interest of clarity and economy of expression. Whenever possible, such changes will be implemented only after consultation with the author(s). However, when consultation is not possible, the Editor(s) will be considered the final arbiter(s) of length, grammar, content, and usage.
Citations in submitted articles should be either parenthetically listed or footnoted, but not both. When parenthetically listed, citations should follow the style guidelines of the American Political Science Association (APSA). When citations appear in the footnotes, they should follow the footnoting style outlined in the Chicago Manual of Style. All charts and images intended to accompany a submitted article should be submitted electronically in one of the following formats (at a resolution of 300 dpi or higher): JPG, GIF, or PNG.
To be considered for the spring issue of Perspectives on Europe, prospective authors should submit articles no later than February 1. To be considered for the autumn issue of Perspectives on Europe, prospective authors should submit articles no later than July 1.
Editor: Neringa Klumbytė, Miami University
An interdisciplinary journal with a relatively short timetable between submission and publication, Perspectives on Europe aims to bridge the gap between the worlds of formal academic research and interdisciplinary public interest in European history, society and policy. Publishing in Perspectives on Europe provides a great opportunity to get broad exposure for your research and publications in a relevant academic network.
Perspectives on Europe, formally called the European Studies Forum, is a web-only journal and is available exclusively to individual and institutional members of the Council for European Studies (CES). To become a member of the Council for European Studies please visit the appropriate Member page on the CES website.