Exchanges is pleased to reveal a new themed call for manuscript submissions, including academic articles, critical reflections or interviews, which address any aspect of the theme 'A.I. – Panic or Panacea'Read more about Call for Papers (themed): A.I. – Panic or Panacea
This is the sixteenth issue of Exchanges, published in Autumn 2020. This issue once again brings an assortment of articles, topics and authors to its interdisciplinary readership, this time highlighting strong resonances between the pieces of creativity and language acquisition. Articles in this issue deal with areas which include: applications of dramaturgy in studying the creative practitioners, the function of role-play within the acquisition of English as a second language, how non-native speakers of English can embrace and apply their cultural heritage to enhance teaching, considerations of truthfulness and autobiographical pacts within graphical literature and a healthy critique of Lehrer’s thesis of the functioning of creativity. The issue also includes a themed call for papers on the topic of ‘AI: Panic or Panacea’, as part of the issue’s editorial article.
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.