Cultural Science Journal is an interdisciplinary journal, taking advantage of recent advances in evolutionary and complexity sciences, to investigate cultural systems at micro (agent), meso (institution) and macro (network) scale. We are interested in the production of new ideas and knowledge, especially across disputed borders between systems, groups and identities.
Cultural Science Journal is delighted to announce its successful migration to the Ubiquity Press platform. We are now ready to receive submissions and look forward to publishing our first volume with Ubiquity Press (volume 10) in 2018.
We invite all interested scholars and thought-activists to submit articles to Cultural Science Journal. If you are working on cultural groups or technologies, data or stories, conflicts or systems, models or histories, using any existing or experimental method, in order to understand causes, processes, technologies, achievements, changes and connections, across any aspect of communication, media, culture or creative practice, then we would like to consider your work.
Read the full call for papers and submit your paper!
Posted on 11 Jan 2018More Announcements