28 January 2009

CFP: Special issue on religion, political theology, and IR

"Perspectives: Review of International Affairs" invites authors to submit their papers for a special issue on religion in international relations and the political theology of international relations.

The editors of the special issue still accept proposals, although the deadline is quickly approaching. If anyone is interested, please submit an abstract as soon as possible.


The growing interest of the scholarly community in the resurgence of religion after the constructivist turn and the renewed attention to the relation between the discipline’s evolution and religion has led the editors to dedicate the next special issue of the journal to the exploration of the relevance of religion for international relations. Both purely theoretical articles and theoretically relevant empirical studies will be welcome. Every article submitted for publication undergoes the process of double-blind peer review.

On the journal:

"Perspectives" is a distinguished peer-reviewed scholarly journal published twice a year in English. It has been published since 1993, and by now it has established itself as a leading journal in Central and Eastern Europe.

Databases abstracting/indexing the journal: Academic Search Premier (via EBSCO), ABI/INFORM Global, Academic Research Library (via ProQuest), World Affairs Online, Columbia International Affairs Online, IBSS London School of Economics and Political Science, etc.


Perspectives: perspectives@iir.cz
Editor-in-Chief: Petr Kratochvíl, kratochvil@iir.cz
Associate Editor: Mats Braun, braun@iir.cz
The guidelines for authors and more can be retrieved from www.iir.cz/perspectives

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