Call For Papers: Media Archaeology. Articles to be published in issue 21 (July 2018). Deadline for submissions: 15th February 2018.
Uncovering both the new in the old and the old in the seemingly new of the media is one of the most recognized tasks of Media Archaeology, a theoretical and methodological perspective on history itself that, among other displacements, reconfigures the historical causalities and agencies involved, offering alternative narratives to reflect on our contemporaneity. Today some of these displacements, extensively studied over recent decades, also align with the so-called material shift that for some years philosophers, artists and theoreticians in many disciplines have endeavoured to point to in all fields and particularly in the arts and media, as we have seen in previous monographic issues of the journal Artnodes.
Call for Papers Open. Articles to be published in May/June 2017.
Digithum has been a widely respected research journal in the field of humanities and the social sciences since 1999. Since 2015 the journal focuses on a relational approach on the social sciences as its main focus, and it appears biannually in order to better represent the best and most provocative sociological thinking taking place from the perspective of relational sociology and applied to the most diverse objects of study.
Thus, articles can address a wide range of topics and themes from a relational perspective, including but not limited to the following: Emotions, Morals, Culture, Education, Memory and forgetting, Public and intimate spheres, Immigration, Globalization, Work, Family, Religion. Submission deadline: 15 March 2017.
Focus: Ethics for information dissemination and use in professional, academic and research frameworks
Coordinators: Concepción Rodríguez-Parada (University of Barcelona) and Rubén Comas-Forgas (University of Balearic Islands)
Submission deadline: June 2017
To be published in: Issue 39 (december 2017)
Call for Papers. Special Issue on Art & Speculative Futures
Editors: Pau Alsina and Vanina Hofman
As a follow-up of the International Conference Art and Speculative Futures that took place in Barcelona in October 2016, we are now preparing a Special Issue for Artnodes Journal that will be published in May 2017.
Submission deadline: 15 January 2017