CfP: War, Economic Strife, Climate Change: Understanding Intersectional Threats to Inclusion and Security
War, Economic Strife, Climate Change: Understanding Intersectional Threats to Inclusion and Security
Edited by Mustapha Sheikh, Roland Zarzycki, and Leah Burch
Deadline for Abstracts: 15 December 2023 | Deadline for Articles: 30 April 2024
Social Inclusion, peer-reviewed journal indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science; Impact Factor: 1.5) and Scopus (CiteScore: 3.0), welcomes new and exciting research papers for its upcoming issue “War, Economic Strife, Climate Change: Understanding Intersectional Threats to Inclusion and Security,” edited by Mustapha Sheikh (University of Leeds), Roland Zarzycki (Collegium Civitas, Warsaw), and Leah Burch (Liverpool Hope University).
War, climate change, and economic instability pose unpredictable security threats in today’s world. Are, for example, societies safe, and if they are, safe for whom? This thematic issue will examine the sometimes-horrific difficulties and problems that minorities and others with marginal positions in societies and mainstream cultures have had to face and try to overcome. Topics of interest to this thematic issue include (but are not limited to) why some of people feel the need to seek refuge elsewhere, what happened on their route to “safe” sanctuaries, and how they were treated/received at their final or intermediate destinations. Proposals relating to the traumatic events of any group of fleeing refugees are encouraged, and we especially welcome those focused on movement from and within the Global South.
Authors interested in submitting a paper to this issue are encouraged to read the full call for papers here: https://www.cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/pages/view/nextissues#WarClimateSecurity
Abstracts welcome by 15 December 2023.