About the Call for Papers
Articles in about 4000(four thousand words) are invited from faculties, academicians, scholars and activists for the inaugural issues of a peer-reviewed journal called Social Currents. The issue will feature articles on the Covid-19 pandemic and what this means for a society, culture and nations.
At the same time, the journal issue seeks to examine the management of the pandemic, which is as much a matter of spectacle making of images and specters of marginalization. While India see workers leaving cities that probably cared for as many scholars opine now, their homecoming means that a large workforce is now jobless. Can they go back to work once he situation normalizes? What will this new place be? Or are government measures to fulfill its social commitments, adequate to its promise.
- Contributors may contribute articles on the following subthemes:
- Migration and the making of Indian cities
- Environment, Society and the futures of the planet
- Spectacle, media and Surveillance
- Government, Labor and the promise of Capital
- Social distancing and quarantine centers
- Does India need more R& D for the future?
- Submissions must include an abstract of about 150 words with three keywords and main articles of 4000 words. All articles should be compliant with APA guidelines and submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org within 21st August 2020.
- However, articles that extend the scope of the issue will be welcome. All articles will be peer-reviewed and published in the October issue of the Journal.
August 21, 2020
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