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CALL FOR PAPERS GLIMPSE 2021

Society for Phenomenology and Media

Glimpse is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal published annually by the Society for Phenomenology and Media (SPM)

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Glimpse Journal of the The Society for Phenomenology and Media is a double-blind peer reviewed journal published annually by the Society for Phenomenology and Media 2000.

SPM is concerned with media theory and media philosophy. Its primary focus is media analysis. The Society encourages attention to a wide-range of individual media (visual representation in film, TV, on the Internet, radio, all digital media, sequential art/comix, books and other print media, cave art, dance, etc.). Members are keenly interested in historical and contemporary media, media theory, the philosophy of media, artificial intelligence, social/anti-social media, augmented "reality," and the philosophy of political ecomony as it applies to media. Of particular importance to SPM are questions of class, especially as found in racist, sexist, and ageist expressions, overt and concealed, in national and international media. 

Volume 22 [2021] . Submissions must be made through

EASYCHAIR

Deadline for considerations of papers: 31st May 2021 

Submission Guidelines

The Society for Phenomenology and Media (SPM) is pleased to receive papers (around 3000 words) for publication in its next peer-reviewed  Issue Volume 22 (2021).  All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.

Full papers are welcome on themes involving specific media — for example: film, the Internet, mobile communication, medieval manuscripts, print media (books, newspapers, and magazines), stage drama, television, visual art, dance, etc, or general areas related to philosophical and media studies.  However, the Society for Phenomenology and Media encourages interdisciplinary approaches and theoretical diversity. Individual papers need not be limited to phenomenological approaches. In the past, papers have come from diverse theoretical perspectives, including critical theory, cultural studies, hermeneutics, Marxism, New Historicism, post-colonial theory, post-phenomenology, pragmatism, semiotics, speech-act theory, and so on. Participants have come from a wide range of disciplines: philosophy, media studies, communications, psychology, history, political science, sociology, rhetoric, literary theory, cognitive science, cultural studies, and other fields. 

Glimpse Volume 22 shall include a special section of contributions from the Covid Colloquium Proceedings of the Society for Phenomenology and Media that is scheduled to be held in 2021 

Submission to Glimpse Vol 22  is a two-step process: 

You may complete your acceptance when you pay for institutional funding. This is done through PAYPAL. If you don’t have institutional funding you have to declare so in the submission form.

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Make an application through

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When your submission is accepted, immediately complete your submission by declaring if your paper has institutional funding. Glimpse strongly encourages institutional funding of papers for support and maintenance of the SPM non-profit Foundation.

Notice: 

SPM 2021 Conference

We regret to inform you that because of worldwide disruptions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to make the decision to cancel this SPM conference in Pennsylvania.  We will have a hybrid opportunity in 2022. The exact new schedule will be announced shortly. We hope that you will still be able to attend the meeting under these new circumstances. 

If you need to contact us, please write to us at societyphenomenologymedia@gmail.com

Contact

All questions about submissions should be emailed to 

Tirtha Prasad Mukhopadhyay PhD, Glimpse Editor, Glimpseeditor@gmail.com

General inquiries may be made to Stacey O. Irwin, societyphenomenologymedia@gmail.com

Committee: 

  • Tirtha Prasad Mukhopadhyay PhD, Glimpse Editor

  • Gerardo De la Fuente PhD, Society for Phenomenology and Media President

  • Stacey O. Irwin PhD, Society for Phenomenology and Media Secretary