Are you thinking about submitting an article to Exchanges? That’s great to hear, and we recommend prospective authors start by reading the About the Journal page for general guidance on our selection policies and scope of interest. It is also strongly recommended you also read the Author Guidelines and Style Guide for the title as well. We especially welcome submissions from early career researchers and emerging scholars within any discipline, and from any part of the world. Following this, you are warmly invited to discuss your potential article with any member of our Editorial Board. While this is not a requirement, first-time authors especially may find this a helpful and productive exchange.

Authors will need to register with Exchanges, prior to submission, and then complete the simple five-step process of submitting an article with us, and are encouraged to follow the Submission guidelines during their manuscript preparations. The Editor-in-Chief or Editorial Board members with expertise in your field, can also be consulted for further advice.

Call for Papers

You can find our current call for papers (CFP) in the editorial of most recently published journal issue or via the announcements page. Currently, Exchanges especially welcomes proposals for interviews with significant public intellectuals or scholars with cross-disciplinary impact, or critical reviews of events or texts with multidisciplinary importance. We also welcome outline proposals to the Editor-in-Chief for special issues, although we can only accommodate a limited number of these annually. 

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We welcome comments, suggestions and conversations with our readership and contributing authors, concerning the journal or on any and all issues around academic publication. While authors may email us directly, they might also wish to engage with our social media presence for updates and progress reports on developments with the journal and scholarly publishing in general:

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