CFP: Connections: A Journal of Language, Media and Culture

The interdisciplinary open access journal, Connections: A Journal of Language, Media and Culture, seeks submissions for its second issue centered on theme of “building bridges: maintaining connections found at the heart of cultural, multimedia, textual, or language-based interactions in times of crisis.” From the call:

The journal welcomes original research manuscripts and creative works in a variety of languages from graduate students and early-career scholars throughout the world, including scholars working with non-normative or counter-hegemonic forms of research (i.e. research creation).

Connections’ scope includes, but is not limited to, the following domains:

  • Applied and Mixed Methods Linguistics
  • Translation (both Literary and Other)
  • Transnational and Comparative Literature
  • Media and Culture
  • Digital Humanities
  • Art and Creation

The journal is seeking submissions that showcase innovative research that falls within our scope; however, we are open to accepting submissions that may reside outside of this CFP description.

Submissions are accepted until 15 May 2021 through the journal’s website,

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