The European Review of International Studies (ERIS) has as its raison d’être the promotion of international studies in Europe and especially the circulation of research in languages other than English in the Anglophone world. A substantial section will review in English works published in other European languages.
Such articles will be double-blind reviewed in that language wherever possible. After provisional acceptance in the original language the author must arrange for translation into English and a final decision will be taken on this English language version. ERIS will not pay for translation costs into English. These are at the author’s expense.
ERIS welcomes proposals for thematic special issues. ERIS also welcomes survey articles regarding developments in the field from different language areas or sub-disciplines.
ERIS shall start publishing in 2014 with Barbara Budrich Publishers. The first issue will include a forum about the European contribution to International Studies. A number of scholars have agreed to participate, including Esther Barbé, Navnita Chadha Behera, Walter Carlsnaes, Phil Cerny, Jaap de Wilde, Jolyon Howorth, Günter Hellmann, Takashi Inoguchi, Knud Erik Jørgensen, Ned Lebow, Chung-in Moon, Iver Neumann, Richard Mansbach, Harald Müller, Helena Rytövuori-Apunen, Georges-Henri Soutou, Arlene Tickner, Ilter Turan and Tom Volgy.
The second issue will include a number of articles, notably one from Bertrand Badie on ‘When history begins’ and, appropriately for the years of commemoration 1914-18, an analysis of the politics, economics and sociology of commemoration now that soldiers of the Great War are no more.