CFP: Journal of Arts Writing – Deadline 22 April 2019

JAWS: Journal of Arts Writing by Students Volume 5 Issue 1

JAWS is the only academic arts journal run by and dedicated to MA and PhD students (and those who have recently graduated). We have published work by students from India, China, Australia, North America, Canada and the UK, and maintain an international peer-review network.

What We Want:
Theoretical and discursive essays up to 6000 words.

Critical reviews of events, exhibitions or performances up to 3000 words.

Submissions of practice accompanied by text. The word count for this type of submission can be negotiated through the peer review and editing process, but we recommend between 3000–5000 words. We strongly recommend authors consult our peer review guidance for unconventional submissions on our website prior to submitting, please see the link below.

All work must be sent in as a Word document to
rob@jawsjournal.com, and be prefaced with a 100-word abstract and 6–8 keywords, followed by a short contributor biography. Please include your university affiliation, full name, course and year of graduation. All work must use Harvard referencing, following Intellect House Style. For full submission guidelines and information about the peer review process we employ, please refer to
www.jawsjournal.com/submissions.

Deadline for submissions: Monday 22 April 2019.

Volume 1 Issue 1 is available for free at:
www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/jaws/

Our guest editorials from previous issues are also available, including those by Professor Arnold Aronson (Columbia University), Dr Sophie Hope (Birkbeck), Dr Inger Mewburn (the Thesis Whisperer), Professor Joseph Heathcott (The New School of Design) and Professor Malcolm Quinn (CCW Graduate School):
https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=243/

For all inquiries please email rob@jawsjournal.com.

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JAWS Introduction to Publishing in Journals – Wed 7 March 2018

07 Mar 2018

6pm to 8pm

As part of the Research Fortnight, this event is being held for students of all levels who are interested in publishing their work in Journals, and finding out about what being a Journal Editor entails.

Robert Gadie and Ruth Solomons, Editors for the Journal of Arts Writing by Students (JAWS), published by Intellect, will speak about how the peer review and editing process works, and how they accommodate submissions of practice i.e. practice-based articles. JAWS is dedicated to publishing the work of MA and PhD students across the arts, and has a dedicated community of student peer reviewers, which they are always looking to expand.

The event will conclude with a panel discussion and Q&A of Editors from UAL: Dr Ana Bilbao Yarto, Editor for Afterall Journal; Professor Susan Orr, Editor for Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education Journal; Catherine Smith, Editor for Spark; UAL Creative Teaching and Learning Journal; Chris Smith, Associate Editor for the Journal of Visual Arts Practice; and Ruth Solomons, Journal of Arts Writing by Students.

For more information and bookings, please click on the following link: http://events.arts.ac.uk/event/2018/3/7/Introduction-to-Publishing-in-Journals/ 

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CFP: JAWS Journal deadline 20 November 2017

Call for Papers

JAWS: Journal of Arts Writing by Students Volume 4 Issue 1

Call for papers.

JAWS is the only academic arts journal run by and dedicated to postgraduate students (and those who have recently graduated). We have published work by students from India, China, Australia, North America, Canada and the United Kingdom, and maintain an international peer-review network.

What We Want:

  • Theoretical and discursive essays up to 5000 words.
  • Critical reviews of events, exhibitions or performances up to 3000 words.
  • Visual essays about art practice (demonstrating a research approach, and if possible responding to the journal format), including images or stills, plus up to 1000 words.

All work must be prefaced with a 100 word abstract and 6–8 keywords, and followed by a short contributor biography. Please include your university affiliation, full name, course and year of graduation.

All work must use Harvard referencing, following Intellect House Style. For full submission guidelines please refer to www.jawsjournal.com/submissions.

Deadline for submissions: Monday 20 November 2017.

Volume 1 Issue 1 is available for free at:

www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/jaws/

Our guest editorials from previous issues are also available for free, including those by Professor Arnold Aronson (Columbia University), Dr Sophie Hope (Birkbeck), Dr Inger Mewburn (the Thesis Whisperer) and Professor Joseph Heathcott (The New School of Design).

For all inquiries please email rob@jawsjournal.com  or babettescarlet@gmail.com. 

 

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CFP: Journal of Arts Writing by Students – deadline 7 May 2017

Please find attached call for papers for the next issue of JAWS (the Journal of Arts Writing by Students)

JAWS are currently seeking submissions for their forthcoming issue, the deadline for which is Monday 7th May 2017 (please see attached). JAWS is primarily aimed at MA and MRes level but also welcome submissions from PhD and BA students.

The journal is published by Intellect Books – style guide is available here.

http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/MediaManager/File/intellectstyleguide2016v1.pdf

JAWS are also recruiting peer reviewers and would love to hear from any students who would be interested. I would be very happy to send out any past issues or answer any questions students may have about the process.

Best wishes,

Ruth Solomons

Editor – JAWS

www.jawsjournal.com

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CFP: JAWS Journal deadline 7th November 2016

JAWS, the Journal of Arts Writing by Students is the first publication of its kind in the UK, entirely written by, edited and peer reviewed by current students and first year graduates. They are primarily aimed at MA and MRes level but also welcome submissions from PhD and BA students.

The journal is published by Intellect Books and the journal’s team are currently seeking submissions for their forthcoming issue, the deadline for which is Monday 7th November 2016.  JAWS would love to invite writing and works from Birkbeck School of Arts students, especially as Dr Sophie Hope will be involved with writing the guest editorial.

Full guidelines for submissions can be found on the JAWS website 

The Call for Papers details are here.

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