UCL European & International Social & Political Studies


UCL European & International Social & Political Studies


European Social and Political Research (ESPR) Journal

European Social and Political Research (formerly Modern European Research) is a multidisciplinary undergraduate journal containing articles written by ESPS undergraduates, based on their dissertations, providing a unique opportunity to students to publish their work.

Issues 1-12 (1994-2006)

These issues were published under the title Modern European Research in paper format.

Issue 13 onwards

From issue 13, the journal is published in an exclusively online format, free to download and without subscription, under the title European Social and Political Research.

Order Back Issues

To order paper copies of back issues 1-12, send your name, delivery address, the issue(s) you wish to receive and a cheque made payable to University College London to:

Tessa Robinson
European Social and Political Studies
University College London
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT

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

Editorial Board of Issues 1-12
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).