In addition to its open call for book proposals, IMISCOE is launching a Special Call inviting manuscripts that address themes that the IMISCOE Editorial Committee deems particularly relevant in the current context and which have received less attention in the IMISCOE series so far (The future of international protection- Intra-EU mobility in a populist Europe: new flows, new policies, new challenges- New Migration Routes: South-South Migration and North-South Migration). Under this call, the IMISCOE Editorial Committee accepts proposals for all types of manuscripts, including monographs, edited volumes, text- or handbooks. Priority is given to manuscripts addressing any of themes identified below in a coherent, theory-oriented and innovative manner. For edited volumes this means that a substantive introduction and conclusions are mandatory. The deadline for submission of book proposals under this call is 15 November 2016. Book proposals should be submitted to the IMISCOE managing editor Warda Belabas (email@example.com) following the IMISCOE book proposal form, available at IMISCOE WEBSITE.
The deadline for submission of book proposals under this call is 15 November 2016.
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