Guidelines for submission
Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe (JEMIE) welcomes contributions from practitioners, academics and students on all aspects of ethnopolitics and minority issues. Although some articles are commissioned, unsolicited articles are also welcome and potential authors are encouraged to contact the Editor.
The journal’s focus is on original research articles, however we are open to contributions providing:
- Comments and analyses of current events in the EU member states and the countries in the European neighbourhood
- Review essays on contemporary legal developments, politics and policies in the wider Europe
- Expert comments on political process and social events, reports of recent and upcoming elections; documents circulated in politics, academia and civil society relevant to minority groups and ethnopolitics.
Types of contribution
Research articles between 5,000 and 10,000 words, including references, should be sent by email attachment to jemie[at]ecmi.de. Each article should be accompanied by a short abstract (100-200 words) and a note on author’s affiliation, address and contact details. All articles published in JEMIE must be original and exclusive.
Commentary is also invited on any of the issues raised through our publications. These pieces should be no longer than 5,000 words, and should be sent via email attachment to jemie[at]ecmi.de.
Both commentaries and articles should be prepared in accordance with the Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe Style Guide. You can also find quick tips how to prepare your article prior to submission here.
All unsolicited journal articles undergo peer review, based on initial editor screening and double-blind refereeing by a minimum of two anonymous referees. Occasional articles and special issues are evaluated by the journal’s editors, guest editors and at least one independent referee.
Copyright of articles published in JEMIE is retained by the author(s). All rights reserved. With the exception of fair dealing for the purposes of private study, or criticism and review, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior permission in writing from the copyright holder. In the case of republication, consent to republish will first need to be sought from the editors.