Call for Book Chapters: "Migration, Capitalism and the Media"
Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals to be included in a forthcoming scholarly volume on “Migration, Capitalism and the Media.”
As we know, in the second half of the 21st century, racist, conservative and discriminatory methods have risen worldwide under the supervision of many states. People and populations are forced to migrate due to the policies implemented by capitalists and corporations for their profits. Demographic data often fails to show the terrible scenes of suffering and catastrophe. Therefore, it is time for science producers to re-instrument social science as a tool for struggling and deciphering oppression. We are gathering and calling on science producers around the world to contribute to a scientific hegemony for people and nature that can be a force to push states towards a more humane and democratic platform.
We are calling for articles for our book "Migration, Capitalism and the Media" currently under consideration by Vernon Press (Delaware, USA). Scholars working on migration and marginalization in the fields of Social Sciences, Liberal Arts, Humanities Studies, Cultural Studies, Othering Studies, and Gender can submit abstracts on the following suggested topics:
- Capitalism and Migration
- The Nation State and Migration
- Migration and New Media
- Migration and Traditional Media
- Migration and Cinema
- Migration and Consumption Culture
- Migrants' Marginalization
- Migration and Gender
Please send a title and keywords along with an abstract of no more than 300 words to the Editor Dr. Kazım Tolga Gürel at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 13, 2023 (studies on Afghanistan are preferred, but studies on other migrants and general migration theories are also welcome).
Deadline for abstract submission: April 13, 2023
Acceptance Announcement Date: May 1, 2023
Full-text submission date: September 1, 2023
This proposal is due on April 13th 2023.
Page last updated on December 9th 2022. All information correct at the time, but subject to change.