Sociological Review Monographs
The Sociological Review Monograph Series
Editor, Professor Chris Shilling, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.
The key international journal The Sociological Review is home to a prestigious Monograph Series that publishes collections of outstanding and original scholarly articles on issues of general sociological interest.*
Dedicated to showcasing the very best and most innovative sociologically informed work, and to promoting emerging as well as established academics, the series has for over fifty years produced intellectually stimulating, coherent volumes of the highest quality. The books are available to buy separately, but are also included as part of The Sociological Review journal subscription price.
If you would like more information about the history, or aims and scope of The Sociological Review Monograph Series, or perhaps you are thinking about submitting a book proposal and would like some advice, then please click on the link below where Dara Blumenthal interviews Series Editor, Chris Shilling.Interview with Series Editor, Chris Shilling
We are always interested in proposals for new books in the series and you may email your proposal for consideration to the Book Series Editor, Professor Chris Shilling, at C.Shilling@kent.ac.uk.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 2017 MONOGRAPHS! We are currently seeking proposals for two monographs to be published in January/February 2017 (deadline for completed ms = beginning of March 2016).
THE DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS is Monday 1st December 2014. Completed proposals should be emailed to the series editor, Professor Chris Shilling at C.Shilling@kent.ac.uk. All decisions should be made by the end of January 2015.
Proposals should be no more than seven pages long (double spaced, Times 12 font) and should include names and details of editors and contributors, rationale for and aims of the collection, provisional titles and abstracts of papers, an account of the appeal of the collection to readers of The Sociological Review, and marketing justification for the collection (e.g. distinctiveness of collection in relation to existing publications).
All articles published within the monographs are fully refereed, have the status of journal articles, and are included within the ISI Journal Citation Reports and the Social Science Citation Index. The usual length of final completed collections (after refereeing decisions have been made) is approximately 80,000-100,000 words. However, it is permissible for the proposed word length of the entire collection to be up to 120,000 words.
*All articles published within the monographs are included within the ISI Journal Citation ReportsŪ Social Science Citation Index. Please quote the article DOI when citing monograph content. Article DOIs can be found alongside the online version of each monograph here