Sojourn provides a peer-reviewed forum for undergraduate students in English-taught programs in the Netherlands where they can publish and share their academic work with an audience broader than their classmates. Papers from all fields of study are in principle eligible for inclusion. The review process includes student peer reviewers and experts in the field, ensuring quality of the work published, as well as its interest for a broad audience. Papers are published in an on-line volume twice a year (December and June).
Volume 2, Issue 1 of Sojourn is available for download. In this issue:
- Front Matter
- Multilingualism as cognitive reserve: delaying dementia in the elderly, Alessandra Boiti
- Are millennial movements obsessed with death? The Branch Davidians and Heaven’s Gate, Bo van Broekhoven
- Managing the masses and handling history: how Auschwitz-Birkenau handles mass tourism, Anne-Sophie Halbertsma
- Drugs and development in Afghanistan, Jelte Schievels