The journal invites prospective guest editors to propose collection(s) of articles on a theme of their choice for inclusion in Networking Knowledge.
This is a valuable opportunity for postgraduate and early career researchers to gain experience in all aspects of peer-reviewed journal publication, as well as interact with peers who have similar research interests.
Themes can be drawn from any subject area in Media, Communications and Cultural Studies. They should represent a specific cutting-edge research focus but be open enough to accommodate a range of disciplinary, methodological and/or geographical areas.
We particularly encourage proposals centred on some of the pressing issues of our times (e.g. living in a datafied society, challenges facing journalism in the new decade, misinformation, the rise of AI), but also ones that challenge methodological and theoretical boundaries, and advance inter- and cross-disciplinary research.Read more about Call for 2020 special issues