The first issue in 2016 will be a special issue “Local communities, sustainable development and neoliberal governance in the Barents Region” based on the NEO-BEAR project. For this issue, we welcome book reviews and young Barents researcher introductions by the end of February 2016. These can be send to editor-in-chief for the first issue, Larissa Riabova, Luzin Institute of Economic Studies, Kola Science Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences, (email@example.com) according to the instructions of the journal (see www.barentsinfo.org/barentsstudies).
This is an open call for articles for the second issue of the Barents Studies journal in 2016. The deadline for submissions is May 1st, 2016. The issue will be published in late fall 2016. There is no specific topic identified for this issue. The submission should be sent to editor-in chief for the second issue, Aileen Espiritu, The Barents Institute, University of Tromsø, The Arctic University of Norway, (firstname.lastname@example.org) according to the instructions of the journal (see www.barentsinfo.org/barentsstudies).
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