Culture Unbound

Portrait of the three editors in front of a yellow brick wall.
The editorials: James Meese, Eva Hemmungs Wirtén and Johanna Dahlin. 

Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research is an open-access peer-reviewed journal that publishes cutting-edge interdisciplinary cultural research. 

It is international in its readership, authorship and content; maintains a strong commitment to open access publishing and encourages experimental publishing methods. 

The journal welcomes research that explores cultural perspectives, issues or phenomena and that strives to contribute to scholarly discussions in one or more fields or disciplines. We are particularly interested in interdisciplinary or trans-disciplinary research as well as work that involves innovative theoretical or methodological approaches. Culture Unbound also welcomes review articles that survey emerging or changing fields of cultural research. All inquiries can be sent to: cu@isak.liu.se

Culture Unbound is included in Scopus, CrossRef, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and EBSCO. It is a member of the Open Humanities Press network and listed at level 1 in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers. With its global scope and Scandinavian base, Culture Unbound serves as a link for Nordic cultural research to the international world, but also as a two-way interface between local/national traditions and the transnational field of cultural studies.


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Welcome to an Unbounded Workshop on Publishing, Property and Academic Labour

Norrköping, December 12, 2019

Since 2009, Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research has
been committed to publishing the best articles on critical cultural research.
Born digital, operating under a gold OA scheme, in 2019 Culture
Unbound is wellestablished as a high-quality, peer-reviewed outlet for
cross-diciplinary research in the humanities and social sciences. To mark
the occasion of the journal’s first decade and its transition into the next,
Culture Unbound hosts an open workshop on the theme Publishing, Property
and Academic Labour. Exploring the infrastructural challenges in
the intersection of scholarly publishing, intellectual property and academic
labour, the purpose of the workshop is to reflect on the current conditions
of scholarly publishing and to initiate a discussion on what the
future might hold for journals such as Culture Unbound.

 

The workshop is free of charge but please register before December 6
Date & time: 13-17 on December 12, 2019
Place: Arbetets museum, Norrköping
Registration and further information: cu@isak.liu.se

Speakers:
Janneke Adema, University of Coventry, UK
Björn Hammarfelt, University College Borås, SE
Alessandro Ludovico, Winchester School of Art, UK

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