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>From:         Martha Wörsching <[log in to unmask]>
>Organization: PIRES, Loughborough University
>Subject: Reviewers for JCES?
>
>Dear German Studies list members,
>
>I am writing as reviews editor of our JOURNAL OF 
>CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN STUDIES, in search of 
>reviewers for books in the German Studies 
>context.
>
>Of the many books received recently, the 
>following books might be of interest for list 
>members:
>
>*	Diana AUTH and Barbara HOOLAND-CUNZ 
>(Eds.) Grenzen der Bevölkerungspolitik: 
>Strategien und Diskurse demographischer 
>Steuerung (Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2007) pp.199, 
>¤18.90, ISBN 978-3-86649-047-5 (pbk)
>
>*	Hans BRAUN, Uta GERHARDT and Everhard 
>HOLTMANN (eds.) Die lange Stunde Null. Gelenkter 
>sozialer Wandel in Westdeutschland nach 1945 
>(Nomos, 2007) pp.345, ¤49, ISBN 
>978-3-8329-2870-4 (pbk)
>
>*	Marion DEMOSSIER (ed.) The European 
>Puzzle. The Political Structuring of Cultural 
>Identities at a Time of Transition, (Berghahn, 
>2007) pp.220, £16.50, ISBN 978-1-845-45371-8
>
>*	Michele GILLESPIE  and Robert BEACHY 
>(Eds.) Pious Pursuits. German Moravians in the 
>Atlantic World, European Expansion & Global 
>Interaction Volume 7 (Berghahn Books, 2007) 
>pp.267, $90/£50, ISBN 978-1-8454-5339-8 (hbk)
>
>*	Helga HAFTENDORN, Georges-Henri SOUTOU, 
>Stephen F. SZABO and Samuel F WELLS Jr. (EDS) 
>The Strategic Triangle: France, Germany, and the 
>United States in the Shaping of the New Europe 
>(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007) pp.411, 
>£16.50, ISBN 0-8018-8564-7 (pbk)
>
>*	Manfred HILDERMEIER (ed.) Historical 
>Concepts between Eastern and Western Europe, New 
>German Historical Perspectives Series (Berghahn 
>Books, 2007) pp. 123, £55.00, ISBN 
>978-1-84545-273-5 (hbk)
>
>*	Hermann KURTHEN, Antonio V. 
>MENÉNDEZ-ALARCÓN and Stefan IMMERFALL (eds) 
>Safeguarding German-American Relations in the 
>New Century: Understanding and Accepting Mutual 
>Differences (Lexington Books, 2006) pp. 277, 
>£45.00, ISBN 978-0-7391-1599-2 (hbk)
>
>*	Beate MÜLLER, Stasi-Zensur-Machtdiskurse. 
>Publikationsgeschichten und Materialien zu Jurek 
>Beckers Werk (Niemeyer, 2007) pp.424, ¤62.00, 
>ISBN 978-3-484-35110-3 (pbk)
>
>
>Our Journal has an extensive reviews section 
>focusing on a wide range of books in an 
>interdisciplinary social science context. Apart 
>from focusing on a particular theme (see below 
>for forthcoming issues), each issue also has 
>non-thematic articles in the context of European 
>Area Studies.
>
>Our aim is to give space to a critical, 
>non-Eurocentric debate about Area Studies theory 
>and practice, and we aim to reflect this in the 
>reviews section.
>
>In their critical reading of books , reviewers 
>should feel free to question the hegemonic order 
>from a variety of different and radical 
>perspectives.
>
>For information about our editorial policy, past 
>and future issues, please visit the web-site for 
>our latest published issue, 15/3/2007 with its 
>special focus on 'Youth Culture in Europe':
>
>http://www.informaworld.com/openurl?genre=issue&issn=1478-2804&volume=15&issue=3&uno_jumptype=alert&uno_alerttype=new_issue_alert,email)
>
>Reviews are usually between 700-1000 words. 
>Deadlines for reviews are 1st of April 2008 (for 
>2/2008) or 1st August 2008 (for 3/2008).
>
>Our forthcoming issues include - as usual - 
>general European studies articles and also focus 
>on the following specific themes:
>
>- The Political Economy of Poverty (1/2008)
>- The Balkan and the EU (2/2008)
>- Parties of the Far Right (3/2008)
>
>If you are interested in reviewing one of the 
>books on the list, please contact me directly; 
>I'll send the book to you, with our guidelines 
>and some examples of previous reviews.
>
>With many thanks in advance and looking forward 
>to hearing from interested reviewers,
>
>Martha
>
>Martha Wörsching
>Department of Politics, International Relations and European Studies
>Loughborough University,
>LOUGHBOROUGH
>LE11 3TU/UK
>Tel +00 44 (0)1509 222998
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>http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/eu/
>
>Office Hours:
>Dissertations: Tuesday from 10-11 am
>General: Thursday from 10-11 am
>
>Reviews Editor of the JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN STUDIES
>For further information on this journal, please visit the following website:
>http://taylorandfrancis.metapress.com/

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