About the Journal:
Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences (FJHSS) is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes research papers across all academic disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. The Journal aims to promote multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary studies, bridge diverse communities of the humanities and social sciences in the world, provide a platform of academic exchange for scholars and readers from all countries and all regions, promote intellectual development in China’s humanities and social sciences, and encourage original, theoretical, and empirical research into new areas, new issues, and new subject matters. Coverage in FJHSS emphasizes the combination of a “local” focus (e.g., a country- or region-specific perspective) with a “global” concern, and engages in the international scholarly dialogue by offering comparative or global analyses and discussions from multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary perspectives. The journal features special topics, special issues, and original articles of general interest in the disciplines of humanities and social sciences. The journal also invites leading scholars as guest editors to organize special issues or special topics devoted to certain important themes, subject matters, and research agendas in the humanities and social sciences.
- Publishes in all areas of the humanities and social sciences
- Emphasizes the combination of a “country- or region-specific focus” with a global perspective
- Engages with the international scholarly dialogue from multidisciplinary perspectives
- Features papers or special topics on multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary research collaboration
- Sujian Guo
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Open Access options available
- 12 days
- Submission to first decision
- 121 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 56,218 (2019)
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to sweep around the world, worldwide concerns about its broad social, economic and political impacts on globalization are also looming great on the horizon. We call for papers that would explore the impacts of the global pandemic of the COVID-19 on globalization, with no limit on the disciplinary areas, scopes and topics, and shed light on our understanding of the future of globalization.
Amid COVID-19 pandemic, nationalism is surging and sweeping across the world, particularly in some major powers, such as China, the United States, Russia, and some European countries. We call for papers that would engage in reflective and critical discourse on the subject matters, with no limit on the scope and topics, and shed light on our understanding of state foreign policy behaviors, and the future of globalization, world order and global governance.
Call For Papers: China's initiatives (BRICS, BRI, AIIB and SCO) and the impacts on global governance and world order
China has become much more engaged in international and regional affairs, proposing several initiatives, along with its rising power, which will directly impact the future global governance and world order. We call for papers to respond to the issues and intend to provide a platform for scholars in the research areas across the world to engage in academic exchanges and discussions on these highly debated topics and jointly contribute to our better understanding of this issue in the contemporary world today.
Henry A. Kissinger recently said the COVID-19 pandemic will forever change the world order in his “The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order” published in the Wall Street Journal in April. We invite papers to respond to the questions if the COVID-19 pandemic will change the world order, and how the world order will look like in the post-coronavirus era, from different perspectives and in any issue areas.
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