Call for Abstracts: The Effect of Plurality in Translation


Exchanges is delighted to announce a new call for contributions to a future special issue with a theme of The Effect of Plurality in Translation. Abstracts are sought for consideration by a 1st November 2021 deadline. Further details can be found below or in the text of the full call.

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Current Issue

Vol. 8 No. 4 (2021): Special Issue: Then & Now - Arts at Warwick
Cover for volume 8 number 4 of the Exchanges journal

This is the nineteenth issue of Exchanges, published in August 2021. This special issue brings a themed assortment of articles, reflections and discussions to our interdisciplinary readership. In this issue the papers were all inspired by or produced as a result of the student-led Then & Now: Arts at Warwick project and exhibition, which was hosted by the University of Warwick’s Faculty of Arts. Articles in this special issue tackle topics which include: retrospective, analysis and reflections on the project, considerations of student-led research, inclusivity, the university’s societal role, along with arts and cultural management matters. The issue’s editorial also briefly introduces the issue, alongside reminding readers of the various routes through which they can contribute to and engage with the journal.

Published: 2021-08-03
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The journal is Diamond Open Access (without any article processing charges), and is published in Spring and Autumn each year.

ISSN 2053-9665

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.