Call for Essays | Interiority and the Interior

Posted in Calls for Papers by Editor on June 14, 2016

From H-ArtHist:

Interiorities: Artistic, Conceptual, and Historical Reassessments of the Interior
Palgrave Communications

Guest Editor: Vlad Ionescu (Faculty of Architecture and Art, Hasselt University, Belgium)

Article proposals due by 31 October 2016; full submissions due by February 2017

Palgrave Communications is inviting article proposals for a collection dedicated to the theme of ‘Interiority and the Interior’. The collection addresses interiority as a concept debated by artists and philosophers, historians and sociologists alike. The goal of this interdisciplinary collection is to approach interiority and the interior as relational entities that interact with architectural spaces, visual arts and music, social and political ideologies, geographical and historical structures. We welcome contributions that address the interior as an opportunity to research the status of the subjectivity in modernity and beyond. Article proposals and enquires should be sent to the Managing Editor at palcomms@palgrave.com.

Palgrave Communications is an open access online-only journal dedicated to publishing high quality original research across all areas of the humanities, the social sciences, and business. Multi-disciplinary in scope, Palgrave Communications also champions interdisciplinary research, fostering interaction, creativity, and reflection within and between the rich disciplines the journal encompasses. The journal is supported by an international Editorial Board and aspires to be the definitive peer-reviewed outlet for open access academic research in and between its subjects. Palgrave Communications is open to submissions on all theoretical and methodological perspectives.

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