Call for papers

The final date for submission of papers is Tuesday 31 July, 2012.

Submitted abstracts should consists of 250-500 words,

should have Author's bio attached (150 words),

and must be sent via email in .doc format to

How to prepare manuscripts

1. Manuscript Completion Date:

The complete manuscript should be submitted to the Editors by 31 December 2012


2. Sending Manuscripts:

Manuscripts should be sent in.doc format via email to


3.Length of Manuscripts:

The total length of the text of a submitted manuscript should not exceed 8,000 words (preferably between 4,000-8,000 words).


4. Arrangement of Manuscript:

All Authors are asked to write on the first page of a manuscript:

-       Author's name and surname

-       Affiliation

-       Email address

-       Number of the words

It is necessary to attach an abstract (250-500 words) and a bio to a manuscript. 

Manuscripts should be typed in Times New Roman (12 pt.)


5. References and footnotes:

All references should be placed in footnotes and should follow these conventions:


J. Lee, Ireland, 1912-1985. Politics and Society, Cambridge 1989, pp. 404-420.

I. Shapiro, Stan teorii demokracji, trans. by I. Kisilowska, Warszawa 2007, p. 43.

W. Konopczyński, Polscy pisarze XVIII wieku, Warszawa 1966, pp. 23-28.

D. Estlund (ed.), Democracy, London 2002, p. 103.


For title repetition:

Ibid., p. 12

J. Lee, Ireland..., p. 123.


Chapters in books:

J. Cohen, ‘Deliberative Politics' in D. Estlund (ed.), Democracy, London 2002, p. 98.



M. Manseregh, ‘The Background to the Peace Process', Irish Studies in International Affairs, Vol. 6 (1995), p. 15.

M.R. Smith, ‘The Forgotten War in Northern Ireland', International Affairs, Vol. 75, No. 1 (1999), pp. 77-98.

‘History or Bunk', The Economist, 9 August 2001.


Articles on the Internet:

‘A History of Hostility Between Poland and Germany', Spiegel Online, 20 June 2007, at <,1518,489510,00.html>, 1 June 2010.