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Call for papers


We are proud to announce that The Interdisciplinary Journal of International Studies (IJIS) is relaunched. Submit your abstracts no later than the 06/04-2018 - this is an excellent opportunity to publish your research and contribute to the aim of making students visible in the larger academic debates.

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Our aim is to foster interdisciplinary debates about, and interest in, current issues in the Social Sciences as key areas of human interaction, and to act as platform for the free exchange of ideas between our students and academics across the world.

IJIS is an academic space where students critically engage with key theories and issue areas in the social sciences and humanities in an interdisciplinary perspective. It invites contributions on topical themes (including, but not restricted to, development, globalization, international relations, political economy, regional integration, refugees and migration, culture, tourism, and history) and/or area studies (e.g., Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, East Asia, China, South Asia, the US, and Latin America). It welcomes theoretical, methodological, conceptual, or empirical papers.

IJIS encourages graduate and postgraduate students, former or current, to submit articles, essays, and book reviews in the fields of social sciences and humanities.

The wide scope of the Journal allows for an extensive variety of topics and  opinions. We look forward to your contribution.

The journal aims to publish one edition a year, but may publish more or less frequently, depending on the number of good-quality submissions.


On this site you can access all past issues and articles of the IJIS, and search by issue, author or title.