An exciting opportunity for a small number of new Editorial Board Members has arisen on Exchanges. This title is an established, early-career focussed, scholar-led, open-access, interdisciplinary journal, published by the Institute of Advanced Study, at the University of Warwick, UK. Interest is sought specifically from members of the early career researcher community based at EUTOPIA Alliance member institutions.Read more about Exchanges Board Members: EUTOPIA Call Summer 2022
This is the twenty-second issue of Exchanges, published in August 2022. This is our fourth special issue focussing on cultural experiences around the theme of the lonely nerd. Developed in collaboration with scholars from the Universities of Oxford and SOAS, and with author contributions from around the world, the issue is in part an output from a workshop held at the University of Warwick in spring 2021. Article topics in this issue include: conceptions and perceptions of lonely nerds, diversity of nerd representation in film, television theatre, gaming and comic books, along with explorations of alienation, non-conformity and societal acceptance. Within the issue’s editorial the Editor-in-Chief briefly introduces the issue and its development, along side providing an overview of its articles and the future opportunities for contributions from authors old and new alike. An introductory essay from the two special issue leads provides an overview of the workshop and special issue themes, providing a useful framing for readers in contextualising the articles within.
The journal is Diamond Open Access (without any article processing charges), and is published in Spring and Autumn each year.
Open Call for Papers: Future Issues
Open calls for papers for submissions to future editions of Exchanges have been issued. The Editorial Board invites high-quality article submissions from researchers from all academic fields, especially those demonstrating elements of interdisciplinary or multi-disciplinary content. Submissions in a variety of formats are welcomed, as per our author guidelines.
Please see the call for details, or contact the Managing Editor-in-Chief to discuss potential submissions.