East Central Europe 37 (2010) 404405 brill.nl/eceu Reviews of recent books on the history of East Central Europe are being sought for publication on the website of the journal EAST CENTRAL EUROPE (ECE). Although publications on this region in Western languages are also eligible, the primary goal is to provide a comprehensive and quality site that reviews important books published in the local languages and released in the past few years. The aim of the database is to map the contemporary historiography of the countries of East Central Europe and make it available to the wider interested public through free access. It is searchable by a variety of categories such as language of publication, subfield of history, topic, period and region. Reviews in English, French, and German, the languages of the journal, are welcome. The types of reviews are the following: · Book reviews: Reviews of 1000-1500 words that provide description of the contents as well as a critique. · Review essays: Longer reviews of several books on a given topic, conceived as several linked book reviews. (The review essays are to appear in the printed journal. Intellectual authorities are commissioned by the editors who are requested to
East Central Europe – Brill
Published: Mar 25, 2010
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