The Civic Education Project announces the
launching of the Discussion Series, which will publish papers by academics from
Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. The papers are intended to give
circulation to social science research taking place in Central and Eastern Europe and the
former Soviet Union, as well as to create a forum for discussion on pertinent issues in
CEP hopes that this publication will
provide the opportunity for much-needed exchange of information and views on issues that
are arising out of the transitions to democratic societies and free market economies
taking place in the countries of this region. We believe it is particularly important for
scholars from this region to have a voice in the international arena.
The Discussion Series will be published
in Budapest and widely distributed to individuals and organizations with an interest in
the post-communist transition in Europe and Eurasia. Selected papers will be translated
into Russian and other international languages.
Call for Papers
Scholars from the countries of Central
and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union are invited to submit academic work
(approximately 5000 words in length) for consideration for the series. Contributors should
have received a postgraduate degree in the past ten years or be enrolled in a doctorate
program, and preferably should be pursuing an academic career in the region. Please
consult further instructions for submissions.
Call for Commentary
To promote intellectual exchange on the
topics published in the Discussion Series, we solicit commentary and opinions on
the issues presented. Readers are encouraged to contact the authors directly.
Additionally, the Discussion Series will publish selected comments in future
issues. Submissions should not exceed 1000 words and should be forwarded to CEPs
European Office. Email: .
Other publications in the Discussion
Alexandra Horobet and Bogdan Chiritoiu
and Issues of Reforming Social Science Curricula in Ukraine
by Elena Kovaleva
by Nikolay Popov
by Nikolai Petroukovich