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All articles submitted should be original work and must not be under consideration by other publications.
Transitions is devoted to providing a platform that explores and investigates the complexities of transient migration. It aims to map the experiences of transient migrants as they engage and interact with communities that are linked both to their home and host nations and to analyse the effects of transient migration as a global, national and communal phenomena. The journal’s focus is on how transient migrants cope with transience and how transient migration affects individuals, communities and nations before, during and after the period of transience. By placing emphasis on transience, Transitions provides an avenue for the interpretation of temporality and unsettledness, which it considers significant and affective. Societies, communities, individuals and cultures are, thus, in a constant yet fluctuating state of transition.
Transitions is a multi-disciplinary journal which brings together individual scholars and groups working across the Humanities and Social Services and, includes the ares of Media, Politics, Culture, History, Policy, Economy and the Creative Industries. Transitions will focus on but is not limited to themes such as belonging, identity, networks, nation, culture, religion, race and ethnicity, gender, precarity, memory, agency, community, quotidian encounters and homecoming and the roles various platforms play within these themes.
Submission to Transitions are welcome all year. We welcome both qualitative and quantitative studies and will be issuing calls for themed issues every year. Your paper may address any of the themes above or highlight an issue not within that list. Please email your manuscript of no more than 8,000 words (including references) to both our editors Catherine Gomes and Susan Leong at firstname.lastname@example.org. Transitions uses the Harvard Style of referencing but you are requested to refer to Intellect House Style Guidelines for a guide on the referencing and writing styles that apply. Submissions not in line with the house styles will not be considered. You should receive an acknowledgement of receipt within 10 days.
CFR: Call For Reviews / Practitioners Review
Transitions seeks scholastic reviews on the latest books, practices, policies, media and interviews with practitioners as they relate to our journal. If you have something you would like us to review or a review that you would like to write, please send your inquiry to Peidong Yang at email@example.com.