Political Anthropological Research on International Social Sciences (PARISS)

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Political Anthropological Research on International Social Sciences (PARISS) encourages transversal social inquiries. The journal seeks to transcend disciplinary, linguistic and cultural fragmentations characteristic of scholarship in the 20th century. It aspires to reinvigorate scholarly engagements untroubled by canonic approaches and to provide a space for outstanding scholarship, marginalized elsewhere due to academic conventions. PARISS seeks to promote a plurality of ways of thinking, researching and writing and to give access to contemporary authors in the social sciences coming from non-English-speaking countries. The editors encourage contributions that write across disciplines, academic cultures and writing styles. Innovative and collective research is particularly welcome.

PARISS is published in cooperation with the Centre d’étude sur les Conflits — Liberté et Sécurité (CCLS).

The editors welcome individually authored or co-authored articles (up to 3 authors; approximately 7,000-11,000 words including footnotes) and collectively authored articles (3+ authors; 10,000-25,000 words including footnotes), as well as book reviews, interviews, commentaries, and shorter articles focused on research methodologies (all up to 5,000 words).

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Tugba Basaran, University of Cambridge (UK)
Monique J. Beerli, Sciences Po, Paris (France)
Didier Bigo, Sciences Po, Paris (France) and King’s College London (UK)
Emma Mc Cluskey, King’s College London (UK)

Editorial Board
Anthony Amicelle, Université de Montréal (Canada)
Laurent Bonelli, Université Paris Nanterre (France)
Isabel Rocha de Siqueira, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Alexandra Gheciu, University of Ottawa (Canada)
Elspeth Guild, Queen Mary University of London (UK)
Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet, Centre for Research on Conflicts, Liberty, and Security (France) Xymena Kurowska, Central European University, Vienna (Austria)
Jenny Mander, University of Cambridge (UK)
Nizar Messari, Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane (Morocco)
Shubranshu Mishra, University of Exeter (UK)
Miriam Perier, Sciences Po, Paris (France)
Martina Tazzioli, Swansea University (UK)
Hélène Thiollet, Sciences Po, Paris (France)
Anastassia Tsoukala, Université Paris-Sud and Université Paris Descartes (France)
Tommaso Venturini, Centre Internet et Société CNRS, Public Data Lab (France)

Scientific Committee
Rita Abrahamsen, University of Ottawa (Canada)
Kopper Akos, ELTE University Budapest (Hungary)
Ruben Anderson, University of Oxford (UK)
Arjun Appadurai, New York University (USA)
Pinar Bilgin, Bilkent University (Turkey)
Fabienne Brion, Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium)
Ariane Chebel, Rutgers University (USA)
Antonin Cohen, Université Paris Nanterre (France)
Karine Côté-Boucher, Université de Montréal (Canada)
François Crépeau, McGill University (Canada)
Nicholas De Genova, University of Houston (USA)
Mitchell Dean, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Mathias Delori, Sciences-Po Bordeaux (France)
Thomas Diez, University of Tuebingen (Germany)
Eduardo Domenech, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Spain)
Benoit Dupont, University of Montreal (Canada)
Greg Elmer, Ryerson University (Canada)
Martin Geiger, Carleton University (Canada)
Catherine Goetze, University of Tasmania (Australia)
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta (Canada)
Monica Herz, PUC-Rio (Brazil)
Jeanette Hofmann, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB) (Germany)
Jef Huymans, Queen Mary University of London (UK)
Engin Isin, Queen Mary University of London (UK)
Vivienne Jabri, King’s College London (UK)
Mathieu Jacomy, Aalborg University (Denmark)
Julien Jeandesboz, Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
Niilo Kauppi, Strasbourg University (France)
Oliver Kessler, University of Erfurt (Germany)
Keith Krause, The Graduate Institute Geneva (Switzerland)
Anna Leander, The Graduate Institute Geneva (Switzerland)
Ron Levi, University of Toronto (Canada)
Thomas Lindemann, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France)
Debbie Lisle, Queens University Belfast (UK)
Mikael Rask Madsen, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
Mark Maguire, Maynooth University (Ireland)
Ivan Manokha, University of Oxford (UK)
Valsamis Mitsilegas, Queen Mary University of London (UK)
João P. Nogueira, PUC-Rio (Brazil)
Christian Olsson, Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
Mariella Pandolfi, University of Montreal (Canada)
Mustapha Pasha, University of Aberystwyth (UK)
Benoit Pelopidas, Sciences-Po Paris (France)
Ben Rampton, King's College London (UK)
Susan Robertson, University of Cambridge (UK)
Evelyn Ruppert, Goldsmiths, University of London (UK)
David Swartz, Boston University (USA)
Mika Toyota, Rikkyo University (Japan)
R.B.J. Walker, University of Victoria (Canada) and PUC-Rio (Brazil)
Michael Williams, University of Ottawa (Canada)
Biao Xiang, University of Oxford (UK)