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With everyone doing podcasts, GLJ goes one step further: Presenting GLJ videos! Check out our YouTube Channel for our videos, and listen to us on your preferred podcast platform!

We’re proud to introduce our new video formats: In #GLJShorts, you can meet our authors, presenting their articles in a nutshell and revealing a small glimpse at the person behind the research. #GLJSpecials dive deeper into selected articles or feature our Special Issue editors, offering more insight into the work behind our Special Issues.

This post by Russell Miller (GLJ Editor-in-Chief)  presents the thinking behind the initiatives. 

#GLJSpecials are hosted by GLJ Editor Nora Markard (University of Hamburg) and include:

  • Naomi Creutzfeldt (University of Westminster), Christian Boulanger (Humboldt University of Berlin) and Jen Hendry (University of Leeds & GLJ Editor-in-Chief) discussing their Special Issue "Socio-Legal Studies in Germany and the UK: Theory and Methods" (21.7): watch the video and read the issue;
  • Cathryn Costello (University of Oxford) and Itamar Mann (University of Haifa) talking about the idea and the challenges behind their Special Issue on "Border Justice: Migration and Accountability for Human Rights Violations" (21.3), and where it takes us: watch the video and read the issue.
  • Boris Burghardt and Leonie Steinl (Humboldt University of Berlin) discussing their Special Issue “Sexual Violence and Criminal Justice in the 21st Century” (22.5): watch the video and read the issue

#GLJShorts include videos from Bașak Çalı, Cathryn Costello, Melanie Fink, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, Itamar Mann, Lilian Tsourdi, and Yannis Kalpouzos, who present some of the articles collected in the 21.3 Special Issue on Border Justice.

For those of you who prefer to listen, we now also have a podcast! Here, we also release full versions of longer conversations. Check us out on your favorite podcast platform, from Spotify to Deezer, Apple Podcasts, and beyond – subscribe, rate us, and tell us what you think!