The Humanities Editors Collective housed in the Department of Humanities at York University is excited to announce a special issue for the journal Imaginations:
Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies. Imaginations is a multilingual, open-access peer-reviewed journal with a core focus on international visual cultural studies. Led by Editor-in-chief, Markus Reisenleitner, the journal is funded by the
federal granting agency of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and showcases original artwork and scholarly research in original languages.
As Humanities graduate students and guest editors of the special issue, we are excited to share with you the official call for papers (attached below) titled Contemporary Critical Theory and Decolonial Visual Praxis: Exploring resistance narratives
and colonial hegemonies in the pandemic. For this issue, contributors are encouraged to reflect on the possibilities of decolonial methodologies and praxes that center resistance, survival, hope, and healing for marginalized communities, particularly during
Original research essays should be between 5000-7000 words. Book reviews (750 - 1000 words), short essays (3000 - 4000 words), and experimental artworks will also be considered. Please include a separate 250-word author biography and contact information.
The deadline for submissions is September 30th, 2020.