Cambridge University Press has published a unique anniversary collection of articles to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Academia Europaea’s journal, European Review.
The free-to-access collection is compiled from the first 30 volumes of the European Review. The collection covers 30 of the most popular articles stemming from 1993 to 2023, showcasing the Academy’s focus on interdisciplinarity.
Read the anniversary collection of articles.
About European Review
Academia Europaea is a unique pan-European academy of sciences, humanities and letters, created as the means to express ideas and opinions of scientists and scholars from across Europe. From its first plenary meeting of 627 members, today’s Academy has grown into a thriving organisation of over 5,000 members.
The Academy’s journal, European Review, was launched in 1993, to reflect the Academy’s mission to foster discourse and cooperation between the disciplines. Initially published by Wiley, European Review is now published by Cambridge University Press. In his first editorial, Sir Arnold, as founding Editor-in-Chief, set out his vision for the journal as the means to publish articles of wide interest to readers from a variety of backgrounds. With a focus on interdisciplinarity, the first volume published articles on topics related to science advice, migration, materials science, the future of museums, nation states and human rights.
The period since 1988 has been one of remarkable changes to the political, economic, scientific and cultural landscape of the continent of Europe. We held a symposium at Wolfson College Cambridge on 3rd July 2023 to reflect and debate some of these changes, as we marked the 30th anniversary of the European Review and 35 years since the founding of Academia Europaea.