The latest issue of the LSE Undergraduate Political Review is out now! Featuring articles on the USSR's influence on the media in modern Russia, the "elitehood" of politicians, and more. Plus a preface from Professor Paul Kelly.
LSEUPR currently has a call for abstracts open that ends on 13th February 2022. Take a look at their website for more information: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/lseupr/
Our student law journal, LSE Law Review, has just published the latest issue: Volume 7, issue 1. It features a range of research articles on topics from conversion therapy to religious freedom, plus a case note on the Duty of Care.
The next issue will publish in Spring 2022 and the next call for submissions will begin in July 2022. There are prizes for the best submissions across the year.
On 24th March 2021, LSEUPR organised an event on Student Research. The event was an opportunity for student editors and LSE staff from the Library and Eden Centre to discuss challenges and exchange experiences in order to support student researchers.
The event was hosted by LSEUPR Research Director Florian Sichart. The panelists included
Claire Gordon (LSE Eden Centre)
Eddy Zou (Rationale)
Emily Douglas (Earthrise Journal)
Filippos Papadopoulos (JOHPEC)
Lucy Lambe (LSE Houghton St Press)
Mark Wilson (London Conflict Review)
Serafima Osipenko (ISChannel)
Vernon Yian (LSEUPR)
Zoya Japanwala (International Development Review)
We are excited to announce the launch of The Webster Review of International History, a new peer reviewed, open access journal for undergraduate history students to publish original research on historical subjects.
Named after distinguished historian, and former Stevenson Chair at LSE, Charles Kingsley Webster, The Webster Review offers undergraduate historians a unique outlet for their ideas and research. If history is to confront modern challenges, it needs the voices and perspectives of younger generations.
The journal is currently open for submissions, the first issue will be published Autumn 2020.