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The Contemporary Journal

Launch

17 Feb 2018

5-6pm
The Space
 
 
 
 
Nottingham Contemporary launches the ‘On Translations’ research strand with an online publishing platform, The Contemporary Journal, and an international conference.
 
The Contemporary Journal is the digital strand of the Public Programmes and Research department at Nottingham Contemporary. The Contemporary Journal is an open-access and digital-first publishing platform created by PP&R. The journal explores the public programme’s research strands, widens and transnationalises its research community, and brings together interdisciplinary modes of enquiry in the fields of critical theory, artistic research, the curatorial, and visual cultures. The Contemporary Journal is committed to different annual research strands, publishing original research in two formats: themed papers or visual essays, and guest-edited special issues. The first two contributions are by Dima Hamadeh and Maryam Monalisa Gharavi. All papers are open access and commons-based, challenging the capitalisation of knowledge production and of academic journals.
 
The Contemporary Journal will be launched during the ‘On Translations’ conference on Saturday 17 February. For more information on the conference see here.
 
 
 
 

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