The Mediterranean Politics book series invites contributions focusing on the Mediterranean region and surrounding regions that will foster engagement, fruitful discussion, and the exchange of ideas among scholars, practitioners and activists in the fields of politics and international relations. [Submit a book proposal].
Contributions should be original research and may be published in the form of monographs (single or co-authored), edited volumes, or translations of monographs originally published in other languages. These can focus on individual states (case studies) or may be comparative in scope.
Mediterranean Politics invites theoretical or empirical contributions that deal with some of the most heated debates and pertinent issues that the countries of the region face to spur new discussions, contribute to ongoing ones, and expand the current scope of inquiry.
The series seeks to shed light on the connectedness of polities and societies. In so doing, it promotes an interdisciplinary approach focused generally on politics and international relations, but drawing also on other disciplines, including — but not limited to — history, political economy, sociology, and anthropology.
- Dr Nikos Christofis, Shaanxi Normal University, People’s Republic of China | Personal profile
Series Advisory Board:
- Başak Alpan, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
- Bahar Baser, Coventry University, UK
- Dimitar Bechev, Atlantic Council, USA
- Estella Carpi, University College of London, UK
- Francesco Cavatorta, Université Laval, Canada
- Katerina Dalacoura, London School of Economics, UK
- Isabela David, Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas, Portugal
- Oğuzhan Göksel, 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi, Turkey
- Michael M. Gunter, Tennessee Technological University, USA
- Mélanie Henry, EHESS-Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France
- Ioanna Laliotou, University of Thessaly, Greece
- Bingzhong Li, Shaanxi Normal University, People’s Republic of China
- Chiara Maritato, Università di Torino, Italy
- Emma Murphy, Durham University, UK
- Ahmet Erdi Öztürk, London Metropolitan University, UK
- Eugenia Palieraki, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France
- Sotiris Roussos, University of Peloponnese, Greece
- Spyros Sofos, Lund University, Sweden
- Gerassimos Tsouparas, Birmingham University, UK
- Omer Turan, Bilgi University, Turkey
- Zenonas Tziarras, PRIO, Cyprus
- Andrekos Varnava, Flinders University, Australia