Voluntaristics Review

Brill Research Perspectives

The bi-monthly issues of the Voluntaristics Review focus on various aspects of Voluntaristics as an international and interdisciplinary field and as an emerging academic discipline. Included are review articles on special topics related to the nonprofit sector, voluntary sector, third sector, civil society (sector), social economy, solidarity economy, social enterprise, social entrepreneurship, social investment, solidarity, philanthropy, giving, grants economy, foundations, volunteering (both formal and informal), civic engagement, community engagement, engagement, citizen participation, participation, nonprofit, not-for-profit, nonprofit organizations (NPOs), nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), voluntary associations, associations, sodalities, self-help groups, mutual aid groups, support groups, interest groups, pressure groups, cooperatives, nonprofit agencies, civil liberties, democracy, democratization, social movements, social protest, and mobilization, among other topics.One main target audience for the Voluntaristics Review are scholars in the field of Voluntaristics worldwide.
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Editor-in-Chief
David Horton Smith Boston College, Boston, MA, USA

Deputy Editors
John McNutt ( University of Delaware, USA)
Richard Steinberg ( Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, USA)
Lili Wang ( Arizona State University, USA)


Samir Abu-Rumman ( Gulf Opinions Center for Polls and Statistics, Kuwait)
Abdullah Al-Khalifa ( National Center for Social Studies, Saudi Arabia)
Aries Arugay ( University of the Philippines at Dilliman, Philippines)
Doug Baer ( University of Victoria, Canada)
René Bekkers ( VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Oonagh B. Breen ( University College Dublin, Ireland)
Grace Chikoto ( University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA)
Vincent Chua ( National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Ram A. Cnaan ( University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Carolyn Cordery ( Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, & Aston University, UK)
Noshir Dadrawala ( Centre for Advancement of Philanthropy, India)
Bronwen Dalton ( University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
Thomas Davies ( City University of London, UK)
Justin Davis-Smith ( City University of London, UK)
Angela Ellis-Paine ( University of Birmingham, UK)
Sherine El-Taraboulsi ( University of Oxford, UK)
Jurgen Grotz ( University of East Anglia, UK)
Chao Guo ( University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Adam Habib ( University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
Mark Hager ( Arizona State University, USA)
Debbie Haski-Leventhal ( Macquarie University, Australia/Israel)
Steinunn Hrafnsdottir ( University of Iceland, Iceland)
Lev Jakobson ( National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Emma Juaneda-Ayensa ( La Rioja University, Spain)
Chulhee Kang ( Yonsei University, South Korea)
Helena Kuvikova ( Matej Bel University, Slovakia)
Benjamin Lough ( University of Illinois, USA)
Jacob Mwathi Mati ( University of the South Pacific at Laucala, Fiji)
Myles McGregor-Lowndes ( Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
Irina Mersianova ( National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation)
Carl Milofsky ( Bucknell University, USA)
Alisa Moldavanova ( Wayne State University, USA)
Andrew Morris ( Union College, USA)
Bhekinkosi Moyo ( Southern Africa Trust, South Africa)
Hanna Nel ( University of Johannesburg, South Africa)
Rebecca Nesbit ( University of Georgia, USA)
Ebenezer Obadare ( University of Kansas, USA)
Tomofumi Oka ( Sophia University, Japan)
Aya Okada ( Kanazawa University, Japan)
Jennie Onyx ( University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
Anne B. Pessi ( University of Helsinki, Finland)
Ruman Petrov ( New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria)
Cristian Pliscoff ( University of Chile, Chile)
Tereza Pospisilova ( Charles University, Czech Republic)
Lionel Prouteau ( Université de Nantes, France)
Jack Quarter ( University of Toronto, Canada)
Colin Rochester ( Birkbeck University, UK)
Krishna Roka ( University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, USA)
Boguslawa Sardinha ( Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal, Portugal)
Gregory D. Saxton ( SUNY, University of Buffalo, USA)
Per Selle ( University of Bergen, Norway)
Robert A. Stebbins ( University of Calgary, Canada)
Hironori Tarumi ( Hokkai-Gakuen University, Japan)
Marilyn Taylor ( University of the West of England, UK)
Lars Torpe ( Aalborg University, Denmark)
Stijn Van Puyvelde ( Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
Jon Van Til ( Rutgers University-Camden, USA)
Ming Wang ( Tsinghua University, China)
Pamala Wiepking ( Erasmus University, The Netherlands)
Fengshi Wu ( Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Ruijun Yuan ( Peking University, China)
Chao Zhang ( Soo Chow University, China)
Zhibin Zhang ( Flinders University, Australia)
Jiangang Zhu ( Sun Yat-sen University, China)
Annette Zimmer ( University of Münster, Germany)
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Readership

Anyone interested in the field of Voluntaristics worldwide, academics and researchers in anthropology, sociology, political science, economics, and psychology, and those interested in Area studies, the social professions, and history.