“It is quite common to hear high officials in Washington and elsewhere speak of changing the map of the Middle East, as if ancient societies and myriad peoples can be shaken up like so many peanuts in a jar.”

― Edward W. Said

"A developing country that wants to develop its economy must first of all keep natural resources in its own hands."
- Deng Xiaoping

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

A New Journal: Global Review - The Institute of Global Studies - Shanghai University

https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/dYtGnOVfk3C0mwhfya-HsQ
The "Global Review" is an academic journal sponsored by the Shanghai University Center for Global Studies. It aims to promote the development of a global academic discipline in China. It was founded in 2012, when the Shanghai University’s Global Studies Center is upgraded to the Institute of Global Issues, the Global Review will also be revised.
The new edition of the "Global Review" is dedicated to advancing global academic research and discipline development in the Chinese academic community, advocating cross-cultural, cross-regional and interdisciplinary approaches, focusing on global issues and global governance, and revealing the diversity of world civilizations and the road to modernization. Diversity.
Globalization is both a process and a more beneficial perspective. The two characteristics of “liquidity” and “networking” in the era of globalization have made it necessary for many issues to break the old paradigm of “nation-states” and place them in a global context. Scholars may have differences about the starting point of globalization, but no one questions the breadth and depth of the current globalization process. We sincerely hope that the “Global Review” can become a “survey field” in the Chinese academic community. Welcome Scholars at home and abroad are here to discuss and debate and contend for confrontation. Ultimately, they can agglomerate consensus and form a Chinese theory, school, and program on global studies.  

The Global Review has five sections:

(1) Global Theory

(2) Global issues and global governance

(3) Globalization and Regional Social Development

(4) Human Destiny Community

(5) Book reviews and academic information


The new edition of the "Global Review" will be published by the Social Sciences Academic Press and will be published twice a year. Anonymous peer review system was implemented, and the reply was given within two months of acceptance. The citation and annotation format of the manuscript is the same as "Chinese Social Sciences".
Please submit the manuscript to the editorial office of Global Review.

Mailing address: Building 3, East Campus, Baoshan Campus, Shanghai University, 333 Nanchen Road, Shanghai, China

Contribution email: globalstudies@126.com


《全球学评论》稿约
2018-05-02 上大全球问题研究院
《全球学评论》是由上海大学全球学研究中心主办的学术刊物,旨在推动国内全球学学科发展,2012年创刊。值上海大学全球学研究中心升级为全球问题研究院之际,《全球学评论》也将进行改版。
新版《全球学评论》致力于在中国学术界推进全球学的研究和学科发展,提倡跨文化、跨区域和跨学科的方法,聚焦全球议题和全球治理,揭示世界文明的多样性和现代化道路的多元性。
全球化既是一种进程,更是一种有益的视角。全球化时代的“流动性”和“网络化”这两个特征,使得许多议题必须要打破“民族国家”的陈旧范式,放置于全球语境中来考察。学者们对全球化的起始年代或许还存在分歧,但没有人质疑当下全球化进程的广度和深度,我们真诚地希望《全球学评论》能成为中文学术界里的一片“舆论场”,欢迎海内外学者在此切磋砥砺、争辩交锋,最终能凝聚共识,形成有关全球学的中国理论、学派和方案。
《全球学评论》设有五个版块:
(一)全球学理论
(二)全球议题与全球治理
(三)全球化与区域社会发展
(四)人类命运共同体
(五)书评与学术资讯
新版《全球学评论》将由社会科学文献出版社出版,每年2期。实行匿名审稿制度,2个月内给予录用与否的答复。稿件的引文和注释格式,同《中国社会科学》。
来稿请寄《全球学评论》编辑部
通信地址:上海市南陈路333号上海大学宝山校区东区3号楼(研究院大楼)上海大学全球问题研究院,200444
投稿邮箱:globalstudies@126.com