COLOUR TURN JOURNAL

interdisciplinary and international journal in the open field of colour studies

The Colour Turn is a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to promote and advance interdisciplinary research into Colour Studies.

 

Jour­nal Over­view

The Colour Turn is a peer-review­ed jour­nal that seeks to pro­mo­te and advan­ce inter­di­sci­pli­na­ry rese­arch into Colour Stu­dies. As its name figu­ra­tively and liter­al­ly sug­gests, the aim of the inter­di­sci­pli­na­ry and inter­na­tio­nal jour­nal Colour Turn is to turn over a new leaf in colour rese­arch. The jour­nal invi­tes high-qua­li­ty rese­arch arti­cles and papers that imple­ment inno­va­ti­ve approaches—including sci­en­ti­fic metho­do­lo­gies, his­to­ri­cal recon­struc­tion, collec­tion and clo­se rea­ding of old and new mate­ri­als, empi­ri­cal expe­ri­ments, digi­tal huma­nities, ana­ly­ti­cal, com­pa­ra­ti­ve and cri­ti­cal reviews—that open up new hori­zons in colour sci­en­ces and colour stu­dies. The jour­nal pro­mi­ses a col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve effort of high-pro­fi­le edi­to­ri­al and review exper­ti­se from all around the world in the field of colour rese­arch.

A Note to Aut­hors

The Colour Turn jour­nal invi­tes papers and arti­cles from various per­spec­tives in the field of colour stu­dies and encou­ra­ges juni­or as well as seni­or rese­ar­chers to sub­mit their work. A broad spec­trum of approa­ches, from empi­ri­cal, ana­ly­ti­cal, descrip­ti­ve-com­pa­ra­ti­ve, con­cep­tu­al, theo­reti­cal, metho­do­lo­gi­cal, epis­te­mo­lo­gi­cal, onto­lo­gi­cal, beha­viou­ral, anthro­po­lo­gi­cal, and his­to­ri­cal approa­ches to colour rese­arch are wel­co­me. At the initi­al sta­ge, the jour­nal will be published elec­tro­ni­cal­ly via the Open Jour­nal Sys­tem of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Tübingen, Ger­ma­ny. The sub­mis­si­on dead­line for the first issue is the 1st of Sep­tem­ber 2017. The lan­guage of the Colour Turn jour­nal is stan­dard Bri­tish English.

Colour Turn Edi­tors

Prof. Dr. Susan­ne Mar­schall
Insti­tu­te for Media Stu­dies,
Uni­ver­si­ty of Tübingen, Ger­ma­ny

Prof. Dr. Robert Hor­res
Japa­ne­se Stu­dies,
Uni­ver­si­ty of Tübingen, Ger­ma­ny

Prof. Dr. Axel Bue­ther
Facul­ty of Design and Art,
Uni­ver­si­ty of Wup­per­tal, Ger­ma­ny

Dr. Annet­te Wer­ner
Insti­tu­te for Oph­thal­mic Rese­arch
Uni­ver­si­ty of Tübingen, Ger­ma­ny

For more infor­ma­ti­on visit the web­site:
www.colourturn.net

 

pdfFly­er Call for Paper Colour Turn Jour­nal

Plea­se sub­mit your papers and con­tact us at:
email hid­den; Java­Script is requi­red

For spe­cial inqui­res con­tact:
Prof. Dr. Susan­ne Mar­schall
Eber­hard Karls Uni­ver­si­tät Tübingen
Lehr­stuhl für Film- und Fern­seh­wis­sen­schaft
Direk­to­rin des Zen­trums für Medi­en­kom­pe­tenz
Wil­helm­stra­ße 50, 72074 Tübingen
Tele­fon +49 7071 29–74271
Fax +49 7071 29–4656
E-Mail: email hid­den; Java­Script is requi­red

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