Call for submissions – Volume V

The editors welcome submissions for the fifth issue of the Oxford Middle East Review, a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal for discussion and debate on issues relating to the Middle East and North Africa. The theme for this issue will be: 

Revolution

Whether historical or ongoing, ground-breaking or small, grassroots or top-down, we welcome any piece of original work that engages with the theme of Revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa. 

Papers will be considered for the journal’s two sections:

Policy Section: 
Shorter briefs or position papers up to 2,000 words (including references and citations) aimed at influencing contemporary debate or policy-making. 

Research Section: 
Articles up to 10,000 words (including references and citations) that present original material from any discipline that engages critically with the Middle East and North Africa.

Deadline for submissions: Friday, 27 November 2020

Full submission guidelines: here
Submit articles, proposals, or queries: editors@omerjournal.com

Call for Papers: Issue II

The editors invite article submissions, on any topic of relevance to Middle Eastern and North African studies, to the second issue of Oxford Middle East Review. Papers will be considered for the journal’s two sections:

Research section

Articles up to 10,000 words (incl. citations) that present original material from any discipline that engages critically with Middle East and/or North Africa affairs, issues, or the study of these regions.

Policy section

Shorter briefs or position papers up to 2,000 (incl. citations) aimed at influencing contemporary debate or policy-making.

The editors will also consider original book reviews of up to 1,000 words.

Deadline for submission: November 20, 2017

Full submission guidelines: www.omerjournal.com/submit
Submit articles, proposals, or queries to: editors@omerjournal.com

You can download the call for papers here.


Oxford Middle East Review is an independent and non-partisan journal that brings together a range of individuals with different backgrounds, beliefs, ideas, aspirations, viewpoints, and methodologies, while nonetheless sharing an adherence to principles of equality, social justice, freedom of speech, and tolerance.