AccueilMuseum Worlds: Advances in Research 2014 – Varia
Publié le mardi 25 juin 2013 par Elsa Zotian
Museum Worlds: Advances in Research invites a wide range of contributions for its second issue to be published in 2014. The journal aims to trace and comment on major regional, theoretical, methodological and topical themes and debates, and encourages comparison of museum theories, practices and developments in different global settings. Papers will identify, explore and analyse trends in museum-related research and practice. They will be reviewed through a global editorial board including senior scholars in each of the following fields: Museum studies; Cultural Studies; Anthropology; Archeology; History; Geography; Art History; International Relations; Sociology; Political Science.
Museum Worlds: Advances in Research is a new, multi-disciplinary, refereed, annual journal from Berghahn Press that will publish work that significantly advances knowledge of global trends, case studies and theory relevant to museum practice and scholarship around the world. We are now calling for papers for our second issue, to be published in 2014.
Responding to the need for a rigorous, in-depth review of current work in the broad field of Museum Studies, Museum Worlds: Advances in Research will contribute to the ongoing formation of Museum Studies, as an academic and practical field of research which is rapidly expanding and alive with potential, opportunity and challenge that parallels the explosive growth of museums in just about every part of the world.
Museum Worlds: Advances in Research aims to trace and comment on major regional, theoretical, methodological and topical themes and debates, and encourage comparison of museum theories, practices and developments in different global settings. Each issue includes a conversation piece on a current topic, as well as peer reviewed scholarly articles and review
articles, book and exhibition reviews, and news on developments in museum studies and related curricula in different parts of the world. Drawing on the expertise and networks of a global Editorial Board of senior scholars and museum practitioners, the journal will both challenge and develop the core concepts that link different disciplinary perspectives on museums by bringing new voices into ongoing debates and discussions. Articles will be of exceptional quality and general interest from around the world.
Museum Worlds: Advances in Research invites a wide range of contributions that identify, explore and analyse trends in museum-related research and practice. Papers will contribute substantively to a core scholarly discipline or sub-discipline, while engaging with research about museums in other disciplines or through interdisciplinary methods. Papers will be reviewed through a global editorial board including senior scholars in each of the following fields:
- Museum Studies;
- Geography; Cultural Studies;
- Art History;
- International Relations;
- Political Science;
The editorial team also welcomes book reviews, special issue proposals, and ideas for presenting content in new ways.
Research articles and articles that critically review and position the state of a particular sub-fieldshould normally be approximately 7,000 words (including notes and references), although longer articles may be considered, and responses approximately 1,000 words each.
- Conversations: 4,000-6,000 words.
- Review articles (books or exhibitions): 3,000 words.
- Short reviews (books or exhibitions): 800 words.
- News, Exhibitions and Conferences: up to 500 words per item.
- Teaching in Museum Studies: 3,000-5,000 words in total for section; shorter items welcome.
Articles should also include a 150-word abstract and six to eight keywords. The document must be set at the US letter or A4 paper size standard. The entire document (including the notes and references) should be double-spaced with 1-inch (2.5 cm) margins on all sides. A 12-point standard font such as Times or Times New Roman is required and should be used for all text, including headings, notes, and references. Any unusual character or diacritical mark should be flagged, as the character may not translate correctly during typesetting.
Contributors should also include a cover page which provides the title of the article, complete contact information for each author (address, phone, fax, and e-mail), biographical data of approximately 100 words for each author, and any acknowledgments. Please provide a total word count and indicate the number of tables and/or figures as included.
Submissions should be formatted in line with the journal style guide, which can be downloadjournal’s website: journals.berghahnbooks.com/air-mw/index.php?pg=notes
For submissions in French, an English translation should be provided. The two versions will be included in the issue.
- Sandra Dudley, University of Leicester
- Kylie Message, Australian National University
- Joshua A. Bell, Smithsonian Institution
- Mary Bouquet, University College Utrecht
- Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Denver Museum of Nature and Science
- Ciraj Rassool, University of the Western Cape
- Alice Semedo, University of Porto
- Lynne Teather, ICTOP and University of Toronto
- Ethnologie, anthropologie (Catégorie principale)
- Esprit et Langage > Représentations > Histoire culturelle
- Sociétés > Ethnologie, anthropologie > Anthropologie culturelle
- Esprit et Langage > Représentations > Patrimoine
- Esprit et Langage > Représentations > Identités culturelles
- Sociétés > Études du politique > Politiques et actions publiques
- Sociétés > Géographie > Géographie : politique, culture et représentation
- Sociétés > Sociologie > Sociologie de la culture
- vendredi 01 novembre 2013
- musées, culture, patrimoine, politiques culturelles
- Kylie Message
courriel : kylie [dot] message [at] anu [dot] edu [dot] au
- Dudley Sandra
courriel : shd3 [at] le [dot] ac [dot] uk
URLS de référence
Source de l'information
- Laurence Gourievidis
courriel : Laurence [dot] GOURIEVIDIS [at] univ-bpclermont [dot] fr
Pour citer cette annonce
« Museum Worlds: Advances in Research 2014 – Varia », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le mardi 25 juin 2013, http://calenda.org/254091