Welcome to the European Scholars Review,
We have established this site for the purposes of providing scholars in all fields of European Studies with a forum upon which to have their work critiqued and discussed by as wide a variety of contemporaries as possible. The ESR project provides an opportunity for European Studies Scholars and Social Scientists of all stripes to publish their work and exchange useful criticisms and views on issues having to do with the history, development and influence of European and International Political and Economic Studies. The project focuses on the promotion and discussion of modern and current issues facing the international political and economic community which affect in many ways the lives of millions around the planet. Such issues may include the evolution and impact of economic instability and financial crisis, the reviewing of the administrative and institutional structures of Europe, the study of the causes and possibilities of reducing terrorism and social violence, as well as issues relating to regional policy-making and environmental protection. All contributions that help trigger a productive dialogue, such as small articles, monographs, journalistic accounts and all opinions are welcome. We especially welcome studies that implement methods that are broadly accepted and recognized by the academic community, such as comparative studies, case study analysis, theoretical and empirical analysis, statistical analysis, as well as studies that extract data from field surveys.The content of studies is not subject to censorship or any other intervention given that the authors observe the rules of ethical conduct set by the site administrators.
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Since June 21, 2013, this site is temporarily made available to the Association for the Study of EthnoGeoPolitics (EGP), for its issues of its new journal Forum of ethnogeopolitics (in PDF or other formats)- see further announcement below. One can react to the journal's articles - some of those will become available online on this site - through the Blog entries, or by writing to the firstname.lastname@example.org. Some of the most insightful and interesting comments may be published as Critical Responses in the subsequent issues of Forum of Ethnogeopolitics.
ESR Administration Team
With the highest regard,
Caspar ten Dam, secretary EGP
Once more, we organised an “Ethnogeopolitics" panel in the CERES Summerschool on “International Development Studies: A Challenge for the Future?”, at the University of Amsterdam (Roeteseiland) on 25-26 June 2012.
In the upcoming CERES Summerschool "Global Gloom, or Development Boom" (same location as in 2012) on 24 and 25 June, EGP hosts the Roundtable on "Politicization of International Development Studies and Practice".
Hopefully, more experts will join the Association, help fund its activities with gifts and donations, contribute in
Forum of Ethnogeopolitcs, or become part of EGP's Advisory Committee.
Caspar ten Dam, secretary EGP
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