Edited by Mauro Di Meglio (University of Naples L’Orientale) and Massimo Pendenza (University of Salerno). This Call for Papers is addressed to all those scholars interested in exploring, on (meta)theoretical and/or empirical grounds, the implications of conducting research in a “global” perspective, drawing in case inspiration from these streams of critique. Theoretical and theoretically grounded empirical papers are welcome on the following (but not exclusive) topics: The “global turn”: (meta)theoretical, methodological, and conceptual implications; Dynamics and practices of situated knowledge production in a global context; Classical sociology in global perspective; Contending visions of modernity; Global capitalism and inequalities; Varieties and coexistence of forms of government in a global system; Global welfare; Rights and global justice; Labor from a global perspective; Transnational migration, borders and global (dis)order; Local, national and global subjectivities, civil society and social movements; Gender perspectives in global studies; Religious globalisms; Environmental critique and social change; Global food politics; Standards and infrastructures in global perspective; Politics of scaling.
Abstracts are due by January 15, 2020. All abstracts (500 words), with 5 keywords, should be sent as e-mail attachments (Word Format) to: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Decisions concerning the selection of articles will be given by February 15, 2020
Submission of first versions of articles to the editors by May 15, 2020
Articles, written in English, should follow the journal guidelines
Communication from the Editors concerning the peer-review process by July 15, 2020
Revised and language edited versions sent to the Editors by September 15, 2020
Publication on Issue 4/2020