A series of short book review byÂ Professor Jeremy Black looking at: 1. The Family. A World History, 2. The Weimar Republic, 3. Worlds of Arthur, 4. Blood Cries Afar. The Forgotten Invasion of England 1216, 5. 1990. Russians Remember a Turning Point, 6. War in Ancient Greece, 7. Why Hell Stinks of Sulfur, 8. Chinese Lives, 9. The Principles of Arab Navigation, 10. A Concise History of Switzerland.Â
The Journal of International Criminal Justice publishes both short book reviews (500-600 words) and longer review essays (1,500-2,000 words).
Qualified individuals are invited to submit review essays and short reviews to the journal. If you are interested in reviewing a title, please contact the Book Review Editor, Professor Fannie Lafontaine, and the assistant to the book review section, Ms Anhared Price, for a list of titles that may be available for review, by writing at .
Potential reviewers are required to send in their CV and a brief explanation of how their academic and/or professional background demonstrates the qualifications necessary to review a title in the field of international criminal law and justice. In addition, please provide the following information: name; institutional affiliation; language competency; and contact details. Doctoral and postdoctoral students are invited to submit proposals for short reviews.
Short book reviews | Words And Peace
The surplus stock of the older Volumes of Short Book Reviews will be sold as complete Volumes only.
The price is 10 per Volume. From Volume 19 (1999) on, single issues are available.