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Journal of Curatorial Studies 7.2 is now available

Intellect is thrilled to announce that the beautifully designed Journal of Curatorial Studies 7.2 is now available!

This is a special issue on living display.

For more information about the issue, click here >> https://bit.ly/2C4Qo19

Contents


Living Display
Authors: Jennifer Fisher And Jim Drobnick 

Art, Nightlife and the Complexities of Participation: New York’s Area (1983–87)
Authors: Craig Houser 

Living Statuary in American Physical Education: Greek Revivalism at Springfield College
Authors: Synthia Sydnor 

Monitoring the Scientist’s Body: The Biosphere 2 Human Exhibition
Authors: Janna Jones And Dana Beasley 

Museums of the Living Dead: Performance, Body and Memory at Living History Museums
Authors: Stephen Gapps 

Bones of Contention: Curating the Work of nichola feldman-kiss

Authors: Michelle Gewurtz And Catherine Sinclair 

Exhibition Reviews
Authors: Shauna Jean Doherty And Izabel Galliera And Katarina Veljovic 
  • VIBRAFUSIONLAB: BRIDGING PRACTICES IN ACCESSIBILITY, ART AND COMMUNICATION Curated by David Bobier, Vtape, Toronto, 13 January – 10 February 2018
  • MARX@200 Curated by Kathy M. Newman and Susanne Slavick, SPACE Gallery, Pittsburgh, 6 April – 10 June 2018
  • MIKA ROTTENBERG, COSMIC GENERATOR Skulptur Projekte Münster, Germany, 10 June – 1 October 2017
Book Reviews
Authors: Cynthia Francica And Chloe Geoghegan 
  • FEMINISMO Y ARTE LATINOAMERICANO: HISTORIAS DE ARTISTAS QUE EMANCIPARON EL CUERPO, ANDREA GIUNTA Buenos Aires: Siglo XXI Editores Argentina (2018)
  • I CAN’T WORK LIKE THIS: A READER ON RECENT BOYCOTTS AND CONTEMPORARY ART, JOANNA WARSZA AND THE PARTICIPANTS OF THE SALZBURG INTERNATIONAL SUMMER ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS (EDS) Berlin: Sternberg Press and Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts (2017)
Corrigendum: ‘Edging Disciplines’
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Call for Papers deadline: 4th ISMMS biennial international Conference

Into your metal music?

There are 4 days remaining to submit an abstract to the 4th ISMMS biennial international Conference, 17-20 June 2019 'Locating Heavy Metal Music and Culture'.

Proposals should be sent to francemetalstudies@gmail.com by 15 December 2018.

Full details are available here: http://www.francemetalstudies.org/call-for-papers/

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Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research 11.2 is now available

Intellect is pleased to announce that the Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research 11.2 is now available! For more information about the issue, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-issue,id=3660/

Contents

Media-ting democratic literacies
Authors: Larbi Sadiki 

Writing democracy: An end of author ‘turn’?: From ‘fake news’ to ‘fake democratization'

Authors: Larbi Sadiki 

Civic resilience during conflict: Syria’s local councils
Authors: Layla Saleh 

Elections in the Islamic Republic of Iran: A source of democratic learning and moderation
Authors: Naser Ghobadzadeh 

Malaysia’s breakthrough election: Dynamics of democratic learning and coalition building
Authors: Lily Zubaidah Rahim 

Harakat Mujtama’ al-Silm: Democratic learning in Algeria
Authors: Youcef Bouandel 

Media and learning democracy: The face of emerging political activism in Egypt
Authors: Mohammed Moussa 

‘She is, after all, a woman’: Uncovering gender bias in the Tunisian women candidates’ radio interviews
Authors: Raoudha Ben Othman 

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International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 14.3 is now available

Intellect is happy to announce that the International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 14.3 is now available! This issue places focus on politics in a post-truth era.

For more information about the issue, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-issue,id=3663/

Content

  • Politics in a post-truth era
  • Democracy in a de-civilizing age: The rise of shameless personal truths
  • Discursive construction of truth, ideology and the emergence of post-truth narratives in contemporary political communication
  • OPEN ACCESS Online media impact on politics. Views on post-truth politics and postpostmodernism
  • Is post-truth another word for political spin or a radical departure from it? Evidence from behind the scenes in UK government communications: 1997–2015
  • ‘Searching for something to believe in’: Voter uncertainty in a post-truth environment
  • Post-truth, propaganda and the transformation of the spiral of silence
  • The crisis of democratic culture?
  • Reasonable truth
  • Psychological underpinnings of post-truth politics
  • Book Reviews
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Studies in Costume & Performance 3.2 is now available

Intellect is pleased to announce that Studies in Costume & Performance 3.2 is now available!

For more information about the issue, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journa…/view-issue,id=3657/

Contents
  • Costuming the body politic
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race: A study in the commodification of white ruling-class femininity and the etiolation of drag
  • Objectify me: Thing theory, Deborah Voigt and the Little Black Dress
  • The costumographer: Revolutions in performance pedagogy
  • Commedia dell’Arte masks today: Old forms and new commedia
  • Book Report
  • Event Review
  • Exhibition Review
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International Journal of Islamic Architecture has been accepted onto the Danish Bibliometric Indicator

Intellect is delighted to announce that the International Journal of Islamic Architecture has been accepted onto the Danish Bibliometric Indicator, (BFI), a key indexer in European research institutions.

Feedback: "Published articles not only embrace a historical perspective on Islamic architecture but also investigate current, international and interdisciplinary perspectives on Islamic architecture, urban design and planning."

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Call for Papers: Book 2.0, Volume 9 Issue 1

Call for Papers: Book 2.0, Volume 9 Issue 1

This is a special issue entitled, 'Resurgence of Indigenous languages and cultures'.

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Call for Papers: Journal of European Popular Culture

 

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Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 5.2&3 is now available

Intellect is pleased to announce that the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 5.2&3 is now available! For more information about the issue, click here >> https://bit.ly/2E2KejK

This is a special issue entitled, 'Chinese art outside the art space'.

Contents

  • Chinese art outside the art space
  • Towards a spatial history of contemporary art in China
  • Two approaches to socially engaged art with the Hong Kong Filipino community
  • From outside to inside: Understanding socially engaged art through curatorial practices
  • (In)visible ink: Outsiders at the Yaji, the ink installations of Bingyi and Tao Aimin
  • Village transformed: Jin Le and community development through contemporary art
  • Socially engaged art and the affects of Chinese rural community: A case study of ‘Someone Nearby’
  • Faces from the detention camps – revisiting Art In the Camps (1988–91)
  • Inside out: The remaking of home as an institution of critique
  • Independent spaces to the street: Participatory art in Shanghai
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Horror Studies 9.2 is now available

Intellect is delighted to announce that Horror Studies 9.2 is now available! For more information about the issue, click here >> https://bit.ly/2riGzqe
 
Contents

  • The vast and omnivorous cloud
  • Spectres des Monstres: Post-postmodernisms, hauntology and creepypasta narratives as digital fiction
  • ‘Ever seen horse-eyes up close?’: Entropoetics in _9MOTHER9HORSE9EYES9’s The Interface Series
  • Haunted objects, networked subjects: The nightmarish nostalgia of creepypasta
  • 8-bit nostalgia and the uncanny: Horror as critique in Twine games
  • Zombies and the viral web
  • ‘Would you like to meet a ghost?’: Repetition and spectral posthumanism in Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Kairo
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