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Footprint 29: The Architecture of Populism: Media, Politics, and Aesthetics

2020-06-22

The Call for Contributions for Footprint 29 is out now.

Léa-Catherine Szacka and Salomon Frausto will be the editors of this issue, dedicated to the theme "The Architecture of Populism: Media, Politics, and Aesthetics ". This issue of Footprint seeks to explore new interpretations of the architectural ramification of populism intended as a political approach and strategy that strives to appeal to ‘common’ men or women who feel that their concerns are disregarded by established elites and intellectuals. This call is open for full articles (6000–8000 words) as well as for review articles (2000 – 4000 words) and visual essays (2000 words, 2 – 5 images) that offer insight into the relation between architecture and populism. Full articles must be submitted on Footprint’s online platform before 1 October 2020 and will go through a double-blind peer-review process. Authors interested in contributing review articles or visual essays should contact the editors before 1 October 2020 with an extended abstract of their proposal (500 words). The editors will select from the proposed review articles based on thematic relevance, innovativeness and evidence of an explorative academic level. A guide to Footprint’s preferred editorial and reference style is available at https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/index.php/footprint/about/submissions

Footprint 29 will be published in Autumn 2021. For submissions and inquiries, please contact editors Léa-Catherine Szacka and Salomon Frausto at editors.footprint@gmail.com.

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  • Footprint 29: The Architecture of Populism: Media, Politics, and Aesthetics

    2020-06-22

    The Call for Contributions for Footprint 29 is out now.

    Léa-Catherine Szacka and Salomon Frausto will be the editors of this issue, dedicated to the theme "The Architecture of Populism: Media, Politics, and Aesthetics ". This issue of Footprint seeks to explore new interpretations of the architectural ramification of populism intended as a political approach and strategy that strives to appeal to ‘common’ men or women who feel that their concerns are disregarded by established elites and intellectuals. This call is open for full articles (6000–8000 words) as well as for review articles (2000 – 4000 words) and visual essays (2000 words, 2 – 5 images) that offer insight into the relation between architecture and populism. Full articles must be submitted on Footprint’s online platform before 1 October 2020 and will go through a double-blind peer-review process. Authors interested in contributing review articles or visual essays should contact the editors before 1 October 2020 with an extended abstract of their proposal (500 words). The editors will select from the proposed review articles based on thematic relevance, innovativeness and evidence of an explorative academic level. A guide to Footprint’s preferred editorial and reference style is available at https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/index.php/footprint/about/submissions

    Footprint 29 will be published in Autumn 2021. For submissions and inquiries, please contact editors Léa-Catherine Szacka and Salomon Frausto at editors.footprint@gmail.com.

    Read more about Footprint 29: The Architecture of Populism: Media, Politics, and Aesthetics
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    2019-12-12

    Footprint 25 is out now. This issue, edited by Víctor Muñoz Sanz and Dan Handel, is dedicated to the theme "The Human, Conditioned".

    This issue includes research articles by Sandra Kaji-O’Grady and Sarah Manderson, Nina Stener Jørgensen, Fredrik Torisson, and Phillip Denny. This issue also includes visual essays by Andreas Rumpfhuber, Elizabeth Gálvez, and Nitzan Zilberman.

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