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Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 2.3.

Intellect is thrilled to announce the new issue of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies. The Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 2.3 explores the cultural aspects of urban life and delves into the representation of cities within particular arts products such as novels, videogames and films. 

 

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Metal Music Studies 2.1.

Intellect is delighted to announce the new issue of Metal Music Studies 2.1. Metal Music Studies is explicitly multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary: embracing both musicological research and music theory about metal music, and social scientific and humanistic research about metal music as a genre. 

 

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Film Matters in Aca-Media podcast

We are delighted to announce that editors of Film Matters have featured in a half-hour segment of the latest episode of the Aca-Media podcast:

http://www.aca-media.org/episode28/

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Extended Deadline for Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice 1.2

The deadline for the first Call for Papers to Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice 1.2 has now been extended to 1 March 2016. 

To view the Call for Papers and Notes for Contributors, click here.

 
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Art & the Public Sphere Volume 4. Issue 1&2

We are delighted to announce that the fourth volume of Art & the Public Sphere has been published. This is a special double issue on ‘The Ethics of Social Practice’ guest edited by Jonathan Wallis. The rich and multifaceted issue is privileged to present interviews with Tania Bruguera (who is delivering the keynote address at CAA 2016 in Washington DC) and chief curator of Creative Time Nato Thompson.

This issue includes articles by Adeola Enigbokan, Rise Wilson and Daniel Tucker, stemming from ‘The Ethics of Social Practice’ panel at CAA 2015; response articles by Gretchen Coombs and Mark Hutchinson of APS; an Artoon by Pablo Helguera; and exhibition reviews. We also present an original ‘Local Profiles’ section covering art collectives and projects in the Philadelphia area – a focused case study on real responses to ethics in social practice. 

To access APS 4.1&2 please click here. 

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