Propose a Special Issue
The Editors of Citizenship Studies are pleased to announce the tenth annual special issue competition.
Proposals relating to any dimension of citizenship studies research are welcome. Normally, Special Issues normally consist of at least seven articles as well as an article length Introduction. Guest Editor(s) will work with a member of the Editorial Team to assemble a Special Issue that meets the highest scholarly standards. Responsibilities of Guest Editor(s) include commissioning articles, overseeing the peer review process, and editing and assembling the manuscripts according to the journal’s editorial and style guidelines. Guest Editor(s) must be prepared to deliver the final copy of the Special Issue by 1 March 2024.
Proposals should include the following information:
1. Title of Special Issue
2. Name, affiliation, contact details, and short bio of Guest Editor(s
3. Brief statement about the issue theme (350 words)
4. A rationale justifying the proposal (350 words)
5. Titles, abstracts, and five keywords of all the papers (250 words each)
6. Names, affiliation, contact details, and short bio of each contributor
Proposals are to be submitted by 1 February 2023 and the results of the competition will be communicated in March 2023. Proposals and correspondence should be directed to Peter Nyers, Co-Chief Editor: [email protected]
For more information about Citizenship Studies, consult the journal’s homepage.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Engin F. Isin, Peter Nyers, Kim Rygiel
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Citizenship Studies is an academic journal that takes the discourse and practice of citizenship as an object of critical inquiry. This includes the affects, economies, ideologies, spatialities, subjectivities, and temporalities relevant to contending articulations of citizenship. We seek submissions that are responsive to forms of domination and control in relation to citizenship, as well as to modes of resistance and transformation. The journal addresses historical and contemporary questions of concern to various publics; it aims to cover a wide geographical scope and encourages approaches that attempt to move beyond methodological nationalism. We seek submissions that make original theoretical and empirical contributions and encourage interdisciplinary perspectives covering the fields of anthropology, cultural studies, geography, history, international studies, politics, political-economy and sociology.
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous double-blind peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.Introductions and Afterwords for special issues are double-blind reviewed by members of the editorial board.
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