International Journal of Euro-Mediterranean Studies (IJEMS)

posted by ush on 2008/06/04 12:06

[ Call for Papers ]

The University Center for Euro-Mediterranean Studies (EMUNI), Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and the University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia) are proud to announce the launch of a new scientific quarterly dedicated to Euro-Mediterranean Studies.

The intention of a new International Journal of Euro-Mediterranean Studies (IJEMS) is to publish high quality articles in Humanities and Social sciences. In accordance to the objectives of the Journal we welcome in-depth analyses, case studies and research papers from scholars who share a vision of co-existence and mutual understanding in the Euro-Mediterranean region.

The International Journal of Euro-Mediterranean Studies (ISSN 1855-3362) is an interdisciplinary forum devoted to studying issues at the intersection of humanities and social studies in the Mediterranean area. Since the co-existence of nations and traditions is a vision we all share, the idea of cultural 'diversity in unity' in the Mediterranean represents a challenge for researchers in various disciplines.The goal of the Journal is to gather the people who are going to contribute to the above mentioned vision. This is our way of offering assistance to both scholars and policy makers.

The Journal will be published in English with abstracts in French and Slovene.

The launch of the new Journal is a part of the Euro-Mediterranean University project which has already received wide political and academic support in the Euro-Mediterranean region. For more information, please visit

Submissions for consideration must be prepared following The Chicago Manual of Style. Manuscripts are accepted on the understanding that they not under simultaneous consideration by any other publication and will be double-blind peer reviewed. Papers should be between 5000 and 6000 words in length, accompanied by a 100–150-word abstract and should be sent to by July 7, 2008 to The first number of IJEMS will be published by November 2008 in order to be presented at the international conference on intercultural dialogue in Barcelona (

For detailed information the guidelines for submission and author's instructions including other relevant information are available at


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