Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Aims and scope
The Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS) publishes the results of high-quality, cutting-edge research from across the social science disciplines that addresses themes relating to ethnic relations, diversity and migration. Within the field, JEMS is a ‘broad church’ and open to a range of disciplines and perspectives on all forms of migration and its consequences, as well as ethnic relations, discrimination, racism, nationalism and transnationalism, citizenship, identity and hybridity, globalisation and cosmopolitanism, and policies of integration. Contributions to the Journal are especially welcome when they are the result of comparative research, for example within Europe, between one or more European country and the countries of North America and the Asia-Pacific, or between migrant groups.
JEMS has a long-standing interest in informed policy debate and contributions are welcomed which seek to develop the implications of research for policy innovation, or which evaluate the results of previous initiatives. The Journal is also interested in publishing the results of theoretical work.
All research articles published in JEMS have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymised refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.
Professor Paul Statham, director of the SCMR, has been the Editor-in-chief of JEMS since 2013, together with Dr James Hampshire (Deputy Editor), Dr Laura Morosanu and Dr Sarah Scuzzarello (Associate Editors)
Any queries should be sent to the Editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org
- JEMS Editorial Team
Paul Statham - Sussex Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex, UK
James Hampshire - Sussex Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex, UK
In-house Associate Editors
Laura Morosanu - University of Sussex, UK
Sarah Scuzzarello - University of Sussex, UK
Michael Collyer - University of Sussex, UK
Adrian Favell - Sciences Po, Paris, France
Marc Helbling - WZB, Germany
Peggy Levitt - Wellesley College, Massachusetts, USA
Editorial BoardRichard Alba - City University of New York, USA
Joaquín Arango - Complutense University, SpainRainer Bauböck - European University Institute (EUI), ItalyMichaela Benson - Goldsmiths, UKPieter Bevelander - MIM, Malmö University, SwedenErik Bleich - Middlebury College, USAAlice Bloch - University of Manchester, UK
Christina Boswell - University of Edinburgh, UKRogers Brubaker - UCLA, USAJørgen Carling - PRIO, NorwayStephen Castles - University of Sydney, AustraliaElaine Chase - University College London Institute of Education, UKSusanne Y. P. Choi - The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong KongRafaela M. Dancygier - Princeton University, USAIlse Derluyn - Ghent University, BelgiumAntje Ellermann - University of British Columbia, CanadaEls de Graauw - Baruch College, City University of New York, USAChristian Joppke - University of Bern, SwitzerlandIrena Kogan - University of Mannheim, GermanyRuud Koopmans - WZB Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, GermanyJonathan Laurence - Boston College, USARahsaan Maxwell - University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, USAMagdalena Nowicka - Humboldt University Berlin, GermanyEva Østergaard-Nielsen - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, SpainMirna Safi - Sciences Po, FranceLinda R. Tropp - University of Massachusetts Amherst, USABrenda Yeoh - National University of Singapore, SingaporeMin Zhou - Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
JEMS editorial team and board
- Submissions to JEMS
We welcome articles from a broad range of disciplines related to migration and/or ethnic relations (see Aims and Scope above). Individual submissions should be uploaded to the JEMS ScholarOne site. Further instructions for authors are on the Taylor and Francis website.
- Special Issues Proposals
Twice a year, JEMS also welcomes proposals for Special Issues, which should be sent to the Editorial team at email@example.com. The next deadline by which proposals should be sent to the JEMS editorial team is 30th March 2017. Special Issues are edited by a Guest Editor or Editors, who are responsible for commissioning papers for the Issue, liaising with authors, and arranging for an external peer review for each of the papers. The Guest Editor(s) is/are also responsible for liaising with the JEMS editorial team and keeping them informed of progress of the Issue according to the milestones set out in the proposal. For further details please see the guidelines for Special Issue submissions.