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 3, Issue 1 of Sojourn is available for download. In this issue:
- Which Man Does the Suit Make? Examining the role of the suit in shaping and challenging hegemonic masculinity in western culture, Martin Crasborn
- How did Eva Peron contribute to Juan Peron’s success in consolidating and retaining power during the Peronist Era between 1943 and 1955?, Mouesanao Kandjoze
- The General Anti-Abuse Rule of the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive: how compliant is the Dutch fraus legis?, Abigail Kennedy
- From underdog to demagogue. The rise of populism through Trump, Hitler and Mussolini, Vedika Luthra