* First issue will be announced soon *
Future Citizens is a new biannual electronic journal publishing peer-reviewed scholarly work on various aspects of citizenship. Future Citizens will favor innovative views on current key issues and debates, giving preference to interdisciplinary approaches focusing on the contemporary controversies involving citizenship, identity, political community, membership, state, and nationalism.
Future Citizens will give special attention to articles submitted by graduate students and young scholars. Occasionally, Future Citizens will also feature invited articles by members of the Future Citizenship network.
Future Citizens will be distributed electronically throughout the Future Citizenship network.
Articles submitted to Future Citizens will be subject to approval by the Chief Editors and subsequently sent for anonymous peer review by at least two referees.
All inquiries regarding submission of articles, research notes or letters to the editors should be directed to the managing editors (futurecitizens @ gmail.com).
Horst Mewes, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Winfried Thaa, University of Trier, Germany
Paulo Zagalo e Melo, Catholic University of Portugal; Luso-American Foundation
Karen Parish, J.D. (University of Colorado School of Law, Boulder)
Ronald Beiner, University of Toronto, Canada
João Carlos Espada, Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal
Jürgen Gebhardt, Bavarian American Academy, Germany
Antonia Grunenberg, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany
Bonnie Honig, Northwestern University, USA
Satvinder Juss, King's College London, United Kingdom
Fazil Mihlar, The Vancouver Sun, Canada
Noah Pickus, Duke University, USA
Michael Sandel, Harvard University, USA
Rogers M. Smith, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Maarten Vink, Maastricht University, Netherlands