Film, Fashion & Consumption is a peer-reviewed journal designed to provide an arena for the discussion of research, methods and practice within and between the fields of film, fashion, design, history, art history and heritage. With Pamela Church Gibson as Editor, and an Editorial Team drawn from other experts in the field, this journal seeks to stimulate ongoing research on these topics and to attract contributions not only from scholars researching in these areas but also from practitioners, who are traditionally excluded from academic debate. The journal thus aims to unite and enlarge a community of researchers and practitioners in film, fashion, consumption and related fields, whilst also introducing a wider audience to new work, particularly to interdisciplinary research that looks at the intersections between film, fashion and consumption. We invite all interested scholars and practitioners to contribute to Film, Fashion & Consumption. Articles should be between 6,000 and 8,000 words in length excluding references, should follow the Harvard referencing system, and should be written in English, with all quotations translated. Please submit your article as an e-mail attachment in Word format to the journal Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your submission must include the following information on a separate page:
* Article title
* Your name, institutional affiliation, including department, address, and email address
* An abstract of about 150 words
* Five to six keywords
* A brief biography
Fashion, Film & Consumption now includes a ‘short cuts’ section with the aim of inspiring shorter and more immediate pieces of between 1000 and 2000 words. ‘Short Cuts’ encourages short analyses, debate-driven polemics, responses to a theme, and other forms of scholarship and writing that are concise, succinct, and rigorous yet, not constrained by the conventions of the journal article. If you are interested in submitting to ‘short cuts’ please contact the journal Editor Pamela Church Gibson.
All submissions should be in English and adhere to the Intellect Style Guide.