Founded In    2002
Published   3/year
Language(s)   English

Fields of Interest


Areas Studies, International Relations, History

ISSN   1479-4012
Publisher   Routledge
Editorial Board

Editorial Board
Editor: Professor Alan P. Dobson, University of Dundee, UK

Senior Associate Editor:
Literature, Art and Culture
Professor Charles Gannon, St. Bonaventure University, USA

Senior Associate Editor:
Dr. David Ryan, University College Cork, UK

Associate Editors:
Dr. Steve Marsh, University of Cardiff, UK Professor Thomas Zeiler, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

Book Review Editor
Dr. Charles Whitham, University Wales Institute, UK

Members of the Board
Professor Anthony Adamthwaite, University of California, Berkeley, USA Dr. Rosana Barbosa, St. Mary’s University, Brazil Professor John Baylis, University of Wales, Swansea, UK Professor Peter Calvert, University of Southampton, UK Professor David Coates, Wake Forrest University, North Carolina, USA Professor Frank Costigliola, University of Connecticut, USA Professor Alex Danchev, University of Keele, UK Professor Saki Dockrill, King’s College London, UK Douglas Eden, Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, UK Professor Paul Garner, Leeds University, UK Professor David George, University of Wales, Swansea, UK Dr. Michaela Hoenicke-Moore, Southern Illinois University, USA Professor M. Horan, University of Wyoming, Laramie, USA Will Kaufman, University of Central Lancashire, USA Professor W.F. Kimball, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, USA Dr. Klaus Larres, University of Ulster, UK Professor Joe McKinney, Baylor University, Texas, USA Professor Heidi Macpherson, De Montfort University, UK Professor Susan Manning, Edinburgh University, UK Professor John Mearsheimer, University of Chicago, USA John McCarthy, Heriot-Watt University, UK Dr. Gary McDowell, Director Institute for US Studies, University of London, UK Professor Charlie Piot, Duke University, USA Professor Klaus Schwabe, University of Aachen, Germany Professor Luciano Segreto, University of Florence, Italy Professor Thomas J. McCormick, University of Wisconsin, USA Dr. Fiona Venn, Essex University, UK Professor Pascaline Winand, Free University of Brussels, Belgium and European University Florence, Italy Professor John Young, University of Leicester, UK

Submission Guidelines and Editorial Policies

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Mailing Address

Editor, Professor Alan Dobson, Director of the Institute of Transatlantic European and American Studies, Politics Department, University of Dundee, Perth Road, Dundee, DD1 4HN, Scotland, UK

Journal of Transatlantic Studies

The Journal of Transatlantic Studies is multi- and inter-disciplinary, embracing:

History, International Relations and Security Studies Literature and Culture Comparative Politics and Constitutionalism Economic and Business History, Planning, and the Environment Area Studies, Transmission of Ideas and Migration Standard issues attempt to strike a balance between the disciplines, though History, IR and Security Studies articles tend to predominate. Themed issues are also published. In the past, these have been on the impact of 9/11, on the Anglo-American relationship and on NATO’s contemporary challenges. In the future, themed issues are planned on Canada and transatlantic relations, on perspectives from East and Central Europe from a literary and cultural perspective, and on the US Secretaries of State.

Broadly speaking the journal will contain articles on the topic of Europe and its interactions with North, South, and Central America and the Caribbean. (The definition of Europe includes Russia and editorial policy would be suitably flexible about the African margin, depending on content and quality of submissions.) While the majority of articles will almost certainly be on North American relations with Europe, there will be an editorial policy of including at least one article per edition dealing with Spanish, or Portuguese or French speaking America (Dutch speaking America/Caribbean will be dealt with on a case by case basis).

It is envisaged that most contributions will be about post 1945 or contemporary affairs, but articles covering any period of transatlantic relations would be welcomed providing that they have some contemporary resonance.


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