Co-editors, Carole Fink (Humanities Distinguished Professor of History Emerita at The Ohio State University), Anna-Mária Bíró (Director of the Tom Lantos Institute), Jennifer Jackson-Preece (Associate Professor of Nationalism at the London School of Economics) and Corinne Lennox (Senior Lecturer in Human Rights at the School of Advanced Study, University of London), invite proposals for the edited collection, Routledge History of the International Protection of Minorities, 1919-2001, to be published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis).
This interdisciplinary volume aims at documenting the history of the international protection of minority groups in the twentieth century and with a global focus. Encompassing international relations, history, politics, law, economics, societies, and cultures within a broad historical framework, it will make the work of researchers, international officials, and practitioners available to scholars, teachers, students, and the public and indicate paths for further research and policy development.
Themes covered in the collection include: Minorities, War, and Peace; Boundaries; Decolonization; Global Governance; International Law and International Activism for Minority Rights.
The editors are seeking authors from all global regions to contribute novel perspectives and original research on the subject. Proposals should include the theme your contribution will address, an abstract (up to 300 words), and an author’s biography (up to 200 words).
Proposals should be submitted to Managing Editor, Sean Waller (International Programme Coordinator, Tom Lantos Institute) – email@example.com, by 14th January 2023