CFP Visual Culture in Britain

Printable version Thursday 14 January 2016 Last updated at 12:47

The  new editors of Visual Culture in Britain invite article submissions for  publication in the journal. Please direct initial enquiries to us by  email in the first instance:
Visual Culture in  Britain publishes original work that investigates a broadly defined  visual culture encompassing painting and sculpture, architecture and  design, print, film, photography and the performing arts in relation to  its wider geographical and historical British contexts. The journal  seeks material engaged with any time period or periods in British  culture and history and addresses a range of debates, involving (but not  limited to): constructions of racial, ethnic, sexual and gender  identities, nationality and internationalism, imperialism and  colonialism, high, low and consensus cultures, the role of institutions  and cultural groupings, and models of production and consumption.  Submissions which consider theoretical and interpretive issues as well  as those concerned with empirical research in relation to cultural  production and representation are encouraged. Material which is  methodologically and historiographically innovative and significant and  will stimulate discussion and demonstrate connections across relevant  disciplines is particularly welcome.
Instructions for prospective authors can be found @
Article submissions can be uploaded for peer review consideration @



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