Exchanges & You
Numerous opportunities exist to contribute to Exchanges: including as an author, as a reviewer or even acting as an editor or special issue proposer. All opportunities are open to academics or research students at Warwick or elsewhere in the world, as the journal is international in outlook, configuration and ambition.
Current Calls for papers
Authentic Interdisciplinarity: Anniversary Issue Call for PapersLink opens in a new window
Tying into the 10th anniversary issue (Oct 2023) we are seeking contributions which celebrate, challenge or define ideas around authentic interdisciplinarity. (Deadline: 30/June/23)
Open CallLink opens in a new window
Exchanges invites original, previously unpublished, manuscript contributions from researchers or practitioners based within any discipline, based globally, which fulfill our standard article format requirementsLink opens in a new window.(Deadline: No deadline)
As an international and interdisciplinary journal Exchanges welcomes contributions from authors, researchers and practitioners in all fields from around the globe. While we especially welcome submissions from early career researchers many more senior authors have also chosen to publish with usLink opens in a new window. Accepted authors are also invited to appear on The Exchanges Discourse podcast to discuss their career experiences and insights.
Learn more about submitting papers hereLink opens in a new window.
We invite scholars, established or early career, from any discipline to consider registering as potential peer-reviewersLink opens in a new window. Reviewers benefit from exposure to new writing and in contributing to shaping the development of research discourse. All reviewers are expected to conduct themselves to the highest academic professional and ethical standards.Link opens in a new window
New reviewers seeking outline training or advice are encouraged to contact us.Link opens in a new window
Periodically Exchanges opens calls for associate and full editors to help in running the journal’s operations. Associate editors are typically post-graduate researchers, while full editors are usually early career scholars. Editors benefit from developing their networks, professional practice and academic publishing experience within a friendly and engaged team. Training and support is offered by the Chief Editor throughout.
There are currently no open calls for editors.