European Social and Political Research (formerly Modern European Research) is a multidisciplinary undergraduate journal in European Political and Social Studies. It contains articles written by ESPS undergraduates, based on their dissertations, and provides a unique opportunity for some of our students to publish their work.
Issue numbers 1 - 12 (1994-1995 until 2005-2006) were published under the title Modern European Research in paper format.
Browse the contents lists of issues 1 - 12 and order paper copies by clicking here.
From issue number 13 the journal is published in an exclusively online format, free to download and without subscription, under the title European Social and Political Research.
Browse and access articles written for European Social and Political Research by clicking here.
Allen Abramson (Anthropology), Ingrid Boccardi (Laws), Wendy Carlin
(Economics), Hugh Clout (Geography), John Dickie (SELCS), Claire
Colomb (Bartlett School of Planning), Sebastian Gardner
(Philosophy), Mark Hewitson (SELCS), Mary Hilson (SELCS), Susanne Kuechler
(Anthropology), Neill Lochery (Hebrew and Jewish Studies), Philippe
Marlière (SELCS), Véronique Muñoz-Dardé (Philosophy), Florian
Mussgnug (SELCS), Nanneke Redclift (Anthropology), Alexander
Samson (SELCS), Peter Schröder (History), Ulrich Tiedau (SELCS)
Ordering back issues of Modern European Research
If you would like to order back issues of the paper journal Modern European Research (numbers 1 - 12), please send your details and a cheque to the address below. Please state clearly the delivery address and the specific issue number you require.
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European Social and Political Studies
University College London
London WC1E 6BT
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Enquiries by telephone: 020 7679 3275
Prices (per issue)
Within UK or EU - Students £3, Individuals £5, Institutions £10
Other Europe - Students £5, Individuals £7, Institutions £12
Outside Europe - Students £7, Individuals £10, Institutions £15