Coming Soon: Cultural Representations of Nerds (Special Issue)
Currently our focus is on the preparatory checks for the publication of our fourth special issue of the journal (v9(3)). This issue was developed in partnership with SOAS and the University of Oxford with contributions largely based on a workshop hosted by the IAS in 2021, I am pleased to report all of the manuscripts are now through our reviewing processes and bar a few final tweaks the issue itself is all but ready for publication. Hence, we expect it to reach final publication sometime in mid-late August, which will be a moment of great celebration for the team and contributing authors alike.
As Editor-in-Chief I’ve also had a number of interesting and productive conversations about potential future special issues over the next three years, about which I hope to be able to share more in the near future.
Call for Papers: Authentic Interdisciplinarity & Open Call
A reminder that as part of our tenth anniversary preparations for the October 2023 issue of the journal, that we have launched a very special call for contributions. Hence, if you have got something to say about ideas, conceptions or perceptions of authentic interdisciplinarity then we would love to have you contribute to the issue. You can find details of this call for papers here.
Exchanges also welcomes submissions throughout the year by scholars in all disciplines, especially from first-time or less experienced authors. Details of this open call for contributions can be found here:
As with all Exchanges calls, the Editor-in-Chief welcomes discussions with potential authors ahead of submission, although this is not a pre-requisite.
About the Journal
Exchanges is dedicated to supporting and propagating research discourse primarily, but not exclusively, from early career scholars around the globe. Framed in an interdisciplinary mode, articles are intended to be read by a broad academic audience. The journal also has a strong developmental ethos, embraced within its editorial culture and increasing authorial development outreach activities. The journal’s operations are managed by its Editor-in-Chief, Dr Gaz J Johnson, based at the IAS. The journal is supported by an Editorial Board network associated with institutions comprising Warwick’s global research partners. Contact the editor at: