Journal of Global Faultlines
The Journal of Global Faultlines is a biannual peer reviewed journal published by Pluto Journals.
Print ISSN: 2397-7825 / e-ISSN: 2054-2089
About the Journal
The Journal of Global Faultlines is a peer-reviewed, academic journal, currently published twice a year. The journal is based in Keele University and published by Pluto Journals.
Aims & Scope
The journal seeks to bring cutting-edge theoretical and critical reflection to bear on dominant and/or mainstream debates within international and global studies, and is committed to publish original theoretical debates, empirically-based investigations and policy discussions. The Journal of Global Faultlines attempts to cover the evolving current world situation by looking at global problems from a variety of different and overlapping perspectives: economic, political, philosophical, cultural, educational, geographical, social, and historical, among many others.
The journal aims to provide ongoing open forums to discuss and analyse global problems and developments from critical perspectives or viewpoints, and thus improve understanding of the underlying forces shaping the destiny of the world in the 21st century. To this end, the journal also encourages contributions from writers and disciplines that are not commonly associated with the study of the aforementioned academic fields of study. Contributions from scholars working around the globe are particularly welcome. The journal endorses a full peer review process, consisting of editorial selection followed by at least two anonymous peer-reviewers.
The journal is published twice a year in July and December. The journal has its own website where further information can be found here.
Bulent Gokay, Keele University (Founding Editor)
Ilia Xypolia, University of Aberdeen (Book reviews Editor)
Moran Mandelbaum, Keele University (Associate Editor)
Members of the Editorial Board:
Vassilis Fouskas, University of East London
Darrell Whitman, Davis-California
Phil Catney, Keele University
Farzana Shain, Keele University
Rachel Turner, Keele University
John Bale, Keele University
Mustafa Yasacan, Keele University
Mustafa Demir, Keele University
International Advisory Board:
Tim Doyle, Keele and University of Adelaide
Gilbert Achcar, SOAS, London University
Radhika Desai, University of Manitoba
Sanjay Chaturvedi, Panjab University
Thais Maingon, Universidad Central De Venezuela
Tunc Aybak, Middlesex University
Francisco Dominguez, Middlesex University
Binoy Kampmark, RMIT University, Melbourne
Mervyn O’Driscoll, University College Cork
Nong Van Dan (M.D. Bui), National Economics University, Hanoi
Bulent Aras, Sabanci University
Qingan (Angus) Huang, Guangdong University of Finances and Economics
Emre Iseri, Yasar University – Izmir
Oguz Dilek, Keele University
Hasan Al-Momani, University of Jordan
Peshawa Mohammed, University of Sulaimani
Sameena Dalwai, O.P. Jindal Global University
Rajdeep Pakanati, O.P. Jindal Global University
The papers we consider for the Journal can be theoretical, methodological or empirical, and they can examine any subject related to the Global Faultlines and Global Shifts. All manuscripts are subject to a double-blind reading, ensuring the integrity of the peer-review process. We aim to make a decision within 3 months of receiving a submission. All submissions should be between 6,000 and 12,000 words and include abstracts of no more than 200 words (in Microsoft Word file format). The papers we consider for the Journal can be theoretical, methodological or empirical, and they can examine any subject related to the Global Faultlines and Global Shifts.
All manuscripts are subject to a double-blind reading, ensuring the integrity of the peer-review process. We aim to make a decision within 3 months of receiving a submission. All submissions should be between 6,000 and 12,000 words and include abstracts of no more than 200 words (in Microsoft Word file format).
Please see the full submission guidelines here.
Read the Journal Online
Table of Contents available on JSTOR.
Recent articles available to read online from the Journal: