CALL FOR BOOK REVIEWS- Color Revolutions in Eurasia
Posted by: Abel Polese <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Within the framework of a special edition of the journal
"Totalitarianism and Democracy", published by the Hannah Arendt
Institute in Dresden dedicated to the "Color Revolutions", we are
looking for book reviews relevant to this issue. We are primarily
interested in books focusing on one or more countries in which a
"revolution" was successful or sedated and those that identify the
reasons for the success or failure of protest movements from
Solidarnosc and Civic Forum in the 1980s to the more recent "color
revolutions" in post-communist countries.
Reviews should be between 500 and 1000 words, should have no
formatting, and contain the following information: Title and author(s)
of the book, year, publishers, ISBN number, price and number of pages.
They should be sent by the 20th of November to
Dr. Donnacha Ó Beacháin, Associate Professor, Department of Political
Science, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Abel Polese, Marie Curie Research Fellow, Hannah Arendt Institute for
Research on Totalitarianism (HAIT), Dresden, Germany
For the detailed journal call for papers, illuminating the main points
on which the special issue will focus, contact the above.
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