Journal of Contemporary European Studies Prize
The Journal of Contemporary European Studies Prize is awarded to the best article published in the journal during the previous volume. The prize is judged by a Prize Jury selected by the JCES Editors and was first awarded to mark the journal’s 25th anniversary in 2017. The author of the winning article is awarded a £500 prize.
This award encourages researchers and experts in the field of European Studies and related disciplines to share original research. To be considered for the award, authors will need to adhere to the requirements of publishing ethics and best practice.
You can enjoy free access to the most recent prizewinning article, exclusively via this page, until the end of the year. Simply click on the article below to read the winning paper.
If you are interested in submitting a manuscript to the Journal of Contemporary European Studies, please read the Aims & Scopes to find out if the journal is the right fit for your research.
Instructions on how to submit a manuscript can be found here.
When you are ready, follow the link below to submit your work.
|2020||Aleksandra Lewicki and Yasemin Shooman||Building a new nation: anti-Muslim racism in post-reunification Germany||28||1|
|2019||Christian Lamour and Nathalie Lorentz||‘If I were to do it all over again, should I begin with culture?’ The European integration from a cultural perspective in a multi-national Grand Duchy?||27||3|
|2018||Christiane Barth & Patrick Bijsmans||The Maastricht Treaty and public debates about European integration: the emergence of a European public sphere?||26||2|
|2017||Valérie Rosoux||Reconciliation narrative: scope and limits of the Pax Europeana||25||3|