The View East

Central and Eastern Europe, Past and Present.

Wanted: Guest Authors

 

Would you be interested in writing for The View East?

 

The View East is looking for occasional guest authors, to write short articles of interest relating to modern and contemporary (c20-c21) central and eastern Europe (including Russia/FSU) during 2012. These will supplement my own regular blog posts here. I will continue blogging throughout the year of course, but my idea is that once every few weeks I will host a guest-authored article. This will provide a forum to present research, thoughts, opinions, analysis and discussion on modern east Europe, written by a range of other individuals.

 

The View East aims to adopt a deliberately broad remit. While many blog posts are historically based, they often also relate to more contemporary developments in the region.

 

Articles can focus on particular individuals, countries and/or issues of interest, or adopt a cross-national or regional approach.

 

Full authorial credit will be given for all content posted online, and a short ‘guest author’ bio will be included.

 

If you think you might be interested in writing a guest authored blog post for The View East, or if you have an idea for a forthcoming blog post that you would like to discuss, then please email me at:

 

thevieweast@gmail.com

 

Kelly Hignett.

 

 

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