*Global Performance Studies*
*Issue 3.2: *Open Issue
*Call For Proposals*
*Global Performance Studies *(*GPS*) is a peer-reviewed, online,
interdisciplinary academic journal published under the auspices of
Performance Studies international (PSi).
*GPS** seeks proposals for content in these areas:*
*(we encourage projects with supplemental content in multiple categories)*
· *Scholarly Articles*
Critical and analytical essays, position papers, manifestos.
· *Artistic Content*
Performance texts, scores, scripts, digital art, recordings of
Video essays, short documentaries, interviews.
Audio papers, podcasts, interviews.
· *Supplemental Content*
Graphics, animations, maps, data visualizations, curated archives,
lexicons, annotations, ethnographic notes, games, and supplemental video,
audio, and images.
*Note*: supplementary digital content should be carefully curated and
associated with a proposal of a scholarly and/or artistic project.
*Proposals for articles/projects due by May 15, 2019.*
*Submission of full accepted articles/projects due by September 1, 2019.*
*Requirements for Proposals***:*
· *Proposals for full-length articles: 500-word (max) abstract.*
· *Proposals for media projects: 500-word (max) abstract.*
· *Proposals for reviews: 250-word (max) abstract.*
· *Proposals should include the author(s) name(s) as it would appear
in the journal and 50-word biography for each author.*
* For articles or reviews that involve supplemental media please include an
additional 100-word (max) description of the scope, purpose, and format of
the associated media. Please do not send media files with any proposal.
Examples of media may be solicited as needed.
*Please send submissions and questions to:*
*Dr. Kevin Brown *
*firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> *
*Dr. Felipe Cervera *
*Global Performance Studies *is a peer-reviewed online academic journal
sponsored by Performance Studies international (PSi). Our goal is to
provide a resource to scholars and artists who are seeking to publish both
traditional articles as well cross-platform, multi-media content that
pushes the boundaries of what we think an academic journal can be. We are
also interested in finding ways the journal can serve a truly global
audience of performance studies scholars and artists.