Global Society is an interdisciplinary journal of international studies that promotes the analysis of the internationalisation and globalisation of various levels of social, economic and political interaction from a multitude of disciplines, including international relations, political science, political philosophy, international political economy, international law, international conflict analysis and international sociology. An ever integrating global society raises a number of issues for the study of international relations, and the editors welcome submissions exploring themes related to global governance, human rights, poverty and development, conflict, trade, gender, nationalism, religion, ethnicity, migration, terrorism and criminal activities, genocides, health, and environmental degradation. The journal is open to different methodological and theoretical approaches and seeks to publish articles that appeal to a wide readership, including policy makers and practitioners.
Global Society is published by Routledge on behalf of the University of Kent. The journal produces four issues per year. All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editors, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is double-blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts. Articles appearing in this journal are abstracted and indexed in Scopus,, EBSCOhost including International Political Science Abstracts Database and Political Science Complete; International Political Science Abstracts Database, CSA Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, PAIS International and Sociological Abstracts (Online) among others.
Andrea den Boer - The University of Kent, UK
Alexandre Christoyannopoulos - Loughborough University, UK
Current issue: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cgsj20/current
Events & Workshops
Global Society workshop on Gender & Security, 13 January 2017
Global Society: Journal of Interdisciplinary International Relations is hosting a one-day workshop on the theme ‘gender and security’ to be held at the University of Kent (Canterbury, England) on 13 January 2017. The workshop is open to both presenters and non-presenters and we welcome participation from both academics (including PhD students) and practitioners.
The workshop aims to explore gender and security issues that cross and blur boundaries between the local, national, regional, and global, examining all forms of (in)security, including economic, legal, and physical (from inter-personal to sexual violence in conflict). Topics of discussion may include the UN’s 'women, peace, and security’ agenda, gender in conflict and peacebuilding settings, global mobilization on gender and security issues, women leadership on peace and security, cross-national perspectives on domestic violence, as well as the effect of gender and security on women’s empowerment, state building and state security. The workshop will culminate in a set of papers to be published in a special issue of the journal in 2018) to be edited by Andrea den Boer and Ingvild Bode.
Global Society Workshop on Gender & Security
Date: Friday 13 January 2017
Venue: Upper Senior Common Room (Rutherford Rogers room), Rutherford College, University of Kent