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The Euroculturer is a magazine run by students of the Euroculture program, but anyone with an interest in European culture, society, or politics is welcome to contribute.

If you have a brilliant idea for an article or want to put yourself forward as one of the editors, copy-editors, or correspondents, please contact us via email.
General requirements for articles: between 600 and 2000 words, in British or American English, and citing at least 5-6 different and reliable sources (academic, journalistic, institutional, etc.).

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We are looking for contributions!

Write for the Euroculturer Magazine!

The online magazine written by and for Euroculture Students is looking for contributions.

Find below the list of topics on which we would like to have your perspective as Euroculture students. These are broad topics designed to inspire you. You do not need to answer all the questions in the description, these are designed to give you ideas about the topics – you are completely free to interpret them as you like.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

Deadline: November 30th, 2021
Length: between 800 and 1800 words
Sources: at least 6 reliable sources

TOPICS:

1) The Geopolitical Importance of the Mastery of Technology: The EU Chips Act

  • During SOTEU, von der Leyen announced that the EU block seeks technological sovereignty which entails its own production of semiconductors. What is your take on this, is an investment worth billions of Euros worth it, especially in the post-Covid-increasingly-digital era? 

2) Patterns of Engagement in Elections by the Younger Generations Across Europe

  • With different elections taking place across Europe, who the youth have been voting for is not exactly the expected outcome. Which parties have been their primary choice? Does it differ in each country, and if so, what do you think is the reason behind that?

3) Electoral Outcomes and the Future of Europe

  • Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Netherlands, Germany, Norway, and Iceland all held national elections in 2021, in many cases resulting in profound political change. What are the political consequences of the 2021 elections for national governments and/or the EU? What are the consequences for individual countries? What factors led to the electoral outcomes seen in 2021?

4) What is Europe?

  • What makes Europe… Europe? Is it the classical legacy from ancient Rome, the Christian tradition, the love for soccer, or something else? Is Europe a geographical construct, or a union of states? Is it the same as the EU? We are looking for insightful and personal perspectives into what is Europe, especially from non-European students. What is Europe to you?

5) 2021 in Review

  • 2021 has been a rollercoaster of change for most of us. Lockdowns, vaccinations, elections, starting a Master’s or an internship. We would like to share some great personal stories from students, from how you got your visas to the impact vaccinations or university had in your life. Anything personal, really. For this topic, we also accept shorter articles, at 600 words. 

If you have an idea for an article on any other topic, send us a pitch! Write approximately 100 words about your intended topic and why it is relevant and we will get back to you.

Send us your articles or pitches at euroculturer.magazine@gmail.com or via our Facebook page. If you have questions you’re welcome to email us or to send us a DM on our social media platforms (@euroculturer)!

You may also contact us for general enquiries at euroculturer.magazine@gmail.com.