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>From: Jeremy Leaman <[log in to unmask]>
>
>The Editors of 'Debatte - Review of Contemporary German Affairs' invite
>contributions for its forthcoming issues. Established in 1993, essentially in
>response to German Unification, Debatte, focuses on all aspects of the new
>Germany, from its re-emergence as a major European and world power to its
>domestic culture and society. Debatte is an interdisciplinary
>journal, reaching
>beyond the narrower audience concerned solely with political science to all
>those in the English-speaking world with an interest in contemporary German
>affairs. Above all, the journal seeks to attract critical analyses of vested
>interest and the relationships of power which maintain them and with that to
>encourage genuine debate about the major features of this key country in
>Europe. Manuscripts or abstracts should be sent to:
>
>Jeremy Leaman
>Department of European Studies
>Loughborough University
>Loughborough
>Leicestershire
>LE11 3TU
>
>For further details on the journal, including past contents pages,
>look up the Taylor and Francis Home Page at:
>
>http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals
>
>
>Dr J.Leaman
>Department of European Studies
>Loughborough University
>LE11 3TU
>Tel: (44)01509-222995
>Fax: (44)01509-223917
>
>For information about programmes in European Studies at Loughborough,
>see our page on WWW http://info.lboro.ac.uk/departments/eu/
>
>
>Journal of European Area Studies
>http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/eu/jeas.html
>Debatte - Review of Contemporary German Affairs
>http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/carfax/0965156X.html