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Inscriptions, a peer-reviewed journal for contemporary thinking on
philosophy, psychoanalysis and the arts, is seeking scholarly papers on the
global unconscious, broadly conceived, to be submitted before our extende
deadline on November 15.
For this issue we seek papers that contextualise the unconscious in the
domains of art, technology and science. Key questions include:
* How are artworks and their meaning shaped by our unconscious?
* How are unconscious elements given expression in art and technology?
* In what ways does it make sense to speak of a global unconscious in art,
technology and science?
* Extended deadline for manuscripts: 15 November 2018
Academic essays should be 3,000 to 4,500 words. We also seek scholarship in
the form of interviews, reviews, short interventions, disputations and
rebuffals, and in these cases we are open to shorter texts. Inscriptions
adheres to the Chicago Manual of Style (footnotes and bibliography). For
other instructions, please see our website. All academic submissions will
undergo double-blind peer review.
Mvh. / Yours sincerely,
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