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European Journal of Political Theory


eISSN: 17412730 | ISSN: 14748851 | Current volume: 23 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

The European Journal of Political Theory provides a high profile research forum. Broad in scope and international in readership, the Journal is named after its geographical location, but is committed to advancing original debates in political theory in the widest possible sense--geographical, historical, and ideological. The Journal publishes contributions in analytic political philosophy, political theory, comparative political thought, and the history of ideas of any tradition. Work that challenges orthodoxies and disrupts entrenched debates is particularly encouraged. All research articles are subject to triple-blind peer-review by internationally renowned scholars in order to ensure the highest standards of quality and impartiality.

"The European Journal of Political Theory has established itself as an excellent journal in a remarkably short time." Stephen K White, University of Virginia, USA

"For five years The European Journal of Political Theory has offered readers fresh insights into and new perspectives on political-theoretical issues. As an American reader I am always especially eager to learn what my European colleagues are thinking and arguing about. May the EJPT flourish for many years to come." Terence Ball, Arizona State University, USA

"European political theory requires a forum through which to advance its special concerns and the EJPT fills this significant gap. The great attraction of the EJPT lies in its focus on Europe as an intellectual community and in the dialogue it will promote between continental and Anglophone scholars" Michael Freeden, University of Nottingham, UK

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The European Journal of Political Theory provides a high profile research forum. Broad in scope and international in readership, the Journal is named after its geographical location, but is committed to advancing original debates in political theory in the widest possible sense--geographical, historical, and ideological. The Journal publishes contributions in analytic political philosophy, political theory, comparative political thought, and the history of ideas of any tradition. Work that challenges orthodoxies and disrupts entrenched debates is particularly encouraged. All research articles are subject to triple-blind peer-review by internationally renowned scholars in order to ensure the highest standards of quality and impartiality.

Editors
Robin Douglass King's College London, UK
Enzo Rossi University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Editorial Assistant
Talita Ferrantelli London School of Economics, UK
Review Editor
Lior Erez University of Oxford, UK
Associate Editors
Duncan Bell University of Cambridge, UK
Chris Brooke University of Cambridge, UK
Ian Carter Università di Pavia, Italy
Leigh Jenco London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Cécile Laborde University of Oxford, UK
Justine Lacroix Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Robert Lamb University of Exeter, UK
Karuna Mantena Yale University, USA
Andrew Sabl University of Toronto, Canada
Matt Sleat University of Sheffield, UK
Editorial Board
Catherine Audard London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Ronald Beiner University of Toronto, Canada
Richard Bellamy University College London, UK
Hans Blom Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
Simon Caney University of Oxford, UK
Dario Castiglione University of Exeter, UK
Jiwei Ci Hong Kong University, Hong Kong
Janet Coleman London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Catherine Colliot-Thilhne Université de Rennes 1, France
Diana Coole Birkbeck College, London, UK
Aurelian Craiutu Indiana University, USA
Peter Ditmanson Hunan University, China
Rainer Forst Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Michael Freeden University of Oxford, UK
Jeffrey Friedman University of California, Berkeley, USA
Michael Th. Greven University of Hamburg, Germany
Amy Gutmann University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jurgen Habermas University of Frankfurt, Germany
Bruce Haddock Cardiff University, UK
Sudhir Hazareesingh University of Oxford, UK
Martin van Hees VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands
Otfried Höffe University of Tübingen, Germany
Etienne Hofmann Universitë de Lausanne, Switzerland
Iseult Honohan University College Dublin, Ireland
John Horton University of Keele, UK
Matti Hyvarinen University of Helsinki, Finland
Lucien Jaume CNRS/Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, Paris, France
Jeremy Jennings Kings College London, UK
Peter Jones University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Charles Larmore Brown University, USA
Sandra Leonie Field Yale-NUS College, Singapore
Annabelle Lever University of Geneva, Switzerland
Michael Levin Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Mark Lilla Columbia University, USA
Steven Lukes New York University, USA
Jan-Werner Mueller Princeton University, USA
Terry Nardin Yale-NUS College, Singapore
Richard North University of Birmingham , UK
Martin Odei Ajei University of Ghana, Ghana
Fania Oz-Salzberger University of Haifa, Israel
Anthony R. D. Pagden University of California, USA
Philippe van Parijs Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Melvin Richter City University of New York, USA
Rahul Sagar New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
William Scheuerman University of Indiana, USA
Charles Taylor McGill University, Canada
Richard Vernon University of Western Ontario, Canada
Dana Villa University of Notre Dame, USA
K. Steven Vincent North Carolina State University, USA
Stephen K White University of Virginia, USA
Bernard Yack Brandeis University, USA
Ricard Zapata-Barrero Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
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