Sunday, March 28, 2010

World Art: New Journal

Call for Papers

Please accept this email as a cordial invitation to consider the submission of your work to a new journal, World Art, which we are publishing through Taylor and Francis from 2011.

As editors we encourage contributions in the form of research articles, position pieces, visual essays, dialogues etc. We anticipate that this journal will become a showcase for the academic, creative and museological excellence of colleagues in the inter-related fields of world art history, contemporary arts, indigenous studies, heritage studies, visual anthropology, community archaeology, de-colonisation etc.

We also hope that the journal will establish dialogues and collaborations - between disciplines, practices and professions - as a way to address new issues and debates in world art studies and in related post-western contexts.

Please see for details, plus the attached call for contributions to the first volume on 'Making, sensing, writing: what are the possibilities for world art?'

We can discuss any ideas you may have for dialogues, interventions etc. in the near future. We would also be grateful if you could please circulate this call widely amongst your colleagues elsewhere.

Very best wishes,

Dan Rycroft, George Lau and Veronica Sekules
Editors, World Art <>

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