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!
We would like to publish condensed IP papers to raise the visibility of student work and promote knowledge sharing. Our aim is to make the IP papers more accessible to a broader audience by centering the articles around the core arguments and ideas of the original IP paper and reducing the reliance on academic language. Furthermore, we would like to give students an opportunity to practice converting academic papers into publications for the general public, as this is a common task in think tanks and research institutes.
Length: between 1500 and 3000 words
1) Abstract and Bibliography are not required.
- Keep in mind that references are still necessary, though. We recommend you adapt your footnotes to hyperlinks.
2) Focus on key ideas and arguments
- Our objective is to share knowledge and engage in constructive debate, so focus your paper on the key ideas, arguments, and findings that answer your research question.
If you would like help editing your IP paper for publication, send us a pitch! Write approximately 100 words about your paper and your ideas to edit it and we will get back to you.
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