[artinfo] CFP IJMedia and Cultural Politics

Sean Cubitt seanc at waikato.ac.nz
Mon Nov 29 19:45:16 CET 2004

international journal of

media & cultural  politics

call for papers

The International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics (MCP) is a new 
print journal launching with a special Double Edition in January 
2005. MCP is committed to analyzing the politics of communication(s) 
and cultural processes. It addresses cultural politics in their 
local, international and global dimensions, recognizing equally the 
importance of issues defined by their specific cultural geography and 
those which traverse cultures and nations. MCP promotes critical, 
in-depth, engaged research on the intersections of sociology, 
politics, cultural studies and media studies. MCP aims to keep 
academic analysis in dialogue with the practical world of 
communications, culture and politics.

MCP welcomes full-length research articles of up to eight thousand 
words and occasional short commentaries.

Inaugural double edition January 2005 with

sixteen specially commissioned short essays

three full-length research articles

yasmin jiwani on war talk

vincent mosco on ground zero

martyn lee on the death of radical thought

kwela hermanns on ipr and traditional knowledge

lena jayyusi on power and performativity

mike cormack on gaelic language and the media

eileen r meehan on transindustrialism and synergy

chinyere stella okunna on invisible women

11 further special articles plus book reviews

submissions of papers to mcp at leeds.ac.uk

mcp published by intellect books: mcp website is

editors: katharine sarikakis,  university of leeds; karen ross, 
coventry university;

neil blain, university of paisley

Dr. Katharine Sarikakis
Lecturer in Communications Policy and
Course Director MA in Communications Studies
Institute of Communications Studies
University of Leeds
Houldsworth Building
Leeds LS2 9JT

Tel: +44.113.3437603
Email: K.Sarikakis at leeds.ac.uk

Managing Editor
Media and Cultural Politics

"Consistency is the last resort of the unimaginative."   Oscar Wilde

Sean Cubitt * Screen and Media Studies * University of Waikato *
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