The October 2017 edition features conversations with Professor Denise Schmandt-Besserat, a renowned archaeologist and expert on token, and Professor Bill Maurer, a renowned cultural anthropologist, and with Professor David Greenwood, who leads the Advance Propulsion System team at Warwick Manufacturing Group and has a wealth of experience in the automotive industry. There is also a themed section on Movement.
'Exchanges' - Conversations with...
The journal is Open Access and without a fee, and is published in October and April each year.
CALL FOR PAPERS: Vol 5(2), April 2018
Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal is the peer-reviewed, open access, interdisciplinary research journal of the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS), University of Warwick. We are inviting high-quality interdisciplinary submissions from researchers at all stages of their careers in all academic fields.
For the April 2018 edition, we particularly welcome submissions which will contribute to a themed section on ‘Truth and Evidence’. The concepts of truth and evidence are pertinent to current debates within and across many disciplines. What is ‘truth’? Does it exist? Can we know it? How can we obtain it? How can we prove it? How can we disseminate it? As truth is often inextricably linked to power, we also ask who/what decides what the truth is and how something becomes considered true by a group of people. To further complicate the issue, are there multiple truths? How do we deal with the truth(s), particularly under uncertainty and/or with our preconceptions? Exchanges is interested in the ontology, epistemology, theorisation, and construction of truth, the methodology of collecting evidence, the dissemination, reception, and reproducibility of truth, and many other aspects of the theme.
Submissions which do not engage with the theme of ‘Truth and Evidence’ are also welcome.
We publish a variety of content:
Conversation (3-5,000 words)
- Interviews with leading academics
Articles (5-6,000 words)
- Research articles
Review Articles (3-5,000 words)
- Literature reviews
Critical Reflection (1-3,000 words)
- Reflection on a conference, symposium or workshop
- Shorter, focused discussion of emerging research
- Highlights of important research in your field and its significance
- Book reviews