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Accepting Proposals: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies

International studies scholarship expands and deepens apace as the results of our research appear in the form of books, journal articles, and other media.  This proliferation of scholarly literature poses a high bar to entry for students and new scholars, as well as to established scholars seeking to explore a new topic.  The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies, a rigorous, peer-reviewed reference available on an innovative and easy-to-navigate website, addresses this problem.  OREIS articles provide careful analysis of the existing literature and its evolution, functioning as guides to the diverse and extensive body of international studies scholarship.
Articles provides a review of the scholarly literature on a specific International Studies topic.  While in many cases, the editorial team will contact potential authors directly with offers of a commission to write an article for OREIS, we also invite scholars to submit draft articles or proposals for articles by contacting the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Renée Marlin-Bennett, at
All articles are peer reviewed.  Although we do not guarantee acceptance, we award commissions based on our confidence in the authors’ record of scholarship.  Please avoid submitting articles that present new research findings (rather than a discussion of the findings in previously published articles), that omit significant streams of the research from the analysis, or that focus on a topic overview rather than on the scholarship about the topic. 


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