The series editors welcome methodologically driven and critical reflections on the nature, construction and use of Nordicity, especially texts that probe historical discourses, impacts of neoliberalism, geopolitics, marketization, populism and polarization, political fragmentation, strategic communication, and increasing inequality.
The editors hope to create a bridge between the more humanistic Nordic studies tradition and the exciting comparative and international relations-oriented social science and law research programs.
The series welcomes submissions from a broad range of disciplines across the social sciences, law and humanities, particularly those utilizing interpretations and analytic frameworks moving beyond predominant political economy, welfare studies and legal path dependency approaches. Works can be located within a single discipline but should have some relevance beyond; contributions with a policy dimension are also welcome.
If you have an idea for a new book in Nordic Studies in a Global Context, please send a written proposal to the Series Editors. For guidance on how to structure your proposal, please visit: www.routledge.com.
Call for submissions: New Routledge Book Series, Nordic Studies in a Global Context
Haldor Byrkjeflot, Professor of Sociology at the University of Oslo
Cathie Jo Martin, Professor of Political Science at Boston University and former chair of the Council for European Studies
Eirinn Larsen, Professor of History at the University of Oslo
The book series is supported by:
ReNEW, Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World: An Excellence Hub in Research, Education and Public Outreach
UiO:Nordic, Research initiative on Nordic region and issues in an international context at University of Oslo
Nordic Criminal Justice in a Global Context: Practices and Promotion of Exceptionalism
Edited by Mikkel Jarle Christensen, Kjersti Lohne & Magnus Hörnqvist
Abingdon, Routledge 2021
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