Aims and scope

Glocalism is an interdisciplinary journal (open to submissions all year round) dealing with issues related to the process of globalisation and glocalisation. In simple words, it is interested in how global human interactions affect local societies as well as how local societies react to global influence and generate new and original local results.

In order to respect local cultures, while promoting global dialogue, Glocalism publishes articles in any language chosen by the author, with abstract and keywords in English.

All research articles published in Glocalism have undergone rigorous double-blind peer review, after initial screening of the executive editor and the peer review coordinator expert in the article's field.

The readership of Glocalism is mainly composed of social sciences and humanities academics working in Europe as well as in the USA, the UK, India, China, Australia, and other countries in the world.

Read the Information for Authors to know how to submit your article.