Call for papers / General Issue July 2023


We invite research articles, commentaries, and book reviews from practitioners, academics, and students on all aspects of ethnopolitics and minority issues for our next general issue.

JEMIE welcomes contributions that cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of minority issues in Europe and beyond.
  • Comparative and in-depth studies of minority groups and regions.
  • Governance, political participation, and civic activism across Europe.
  • Socio-economic inequalities affecting ethnic groups, including intersectional perspectives.
  • Conflict prevention and resolution, especially with focus on minority populated regions. Weparticularly welcome contributions focusing on the impact of the war in Ukraine on minoritygroups in the region.
  • Critical analyses of developments and policies in European institutions and their member states,their relations with the European neighborhood broadly understood, and other immediateneighbors.
  • Impact of climate change and environmental harm on minority groups.
  • Sociolinguistics, in the context of minority / minoritized languages.
  • Non-European perspectives on minority issues and minority issues in a global context.

All contributions undergo a swift but nonetheless rigorous peer-review process, based on initial editorscreening and double-blind review by a minimum of two anonymous referees. The submissionprocess runs via the Open Journal Systems (OJS) software.

Regarding indexing and abstracting, JEMIE is now listed under Scopus. It is also listed in the Directoryof Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences(ERIH+), as well as several others. These ensure that all published articles are widely accessible anddiscoverable.