Crossroads Europe is the blog of the Journal of Contemporary European Research (JCER) and the UACES Graduate Forum (the network of postgraduate and early career researchers in contemporary European Studies).
The blog showcases research, comment and analysis on the issues facing the EU and Europe today, as well as reflections on being a researcher.
Alongside pieces derived from the latest peer-reviewed journal articles, Crossroads Europe also provides a space for members of the UACES Graduate Forum to make a contribution to current debates and to gain experience in writing for an academic blog.
The editors provide constructive feedback and suggestions throughout the process, making Crossroads Europe the ideal venue for postgraduates to begin their online publishing career.
The blog features articles which express a wide range of views. Authors are responsible for their own contributions, none of which represent the views of the editors, the UACES Graduate Forum or UACES. The editors will consider submissions received but retain all editorial rights with respect to selecting articles for publication.
Current Co-Editors: Quincy Cloet, Anna Wambach, Maxine David, Helena Cicmil, Anthony Salamone
Past Editors: Viviane Gravey