We encourage the application of contemporary theoretical debates in
discourse analysis, and post-colonialism to research on sexuality,
migrant and diasporic
identities, virtual identities and virtual citizenship.
Okay all you writing teachers and rhetoricians out there, I beseech you to
help me out here. Despite knowing what all the words means and being in
possesion of both an advanced degree from a pretigious university and the
experiences ofa peripatetic career of more than twenty years in and out of
academia, all I can think to say is, "The Emperor ain't wearing no
> _Space & Culture_
> - the journal
>The hallmark of the most exciting developments in contemporary social theory
>and research is that issues of space and culture are placed to the fore. The
>distinction of _Space and Culture_ is its grounding in everyday life: the
>habitual and the mundane practices that make up the material of contemporary
>culture. _Space and Culture_ is a cross-disciplinary journal that fosters
>the publication of reflections on a wide range of socio-spatial arenas such
>as the home, architecture, urbanism and geopolitics. We encourage the
>application of contemporary theoretical debates in cultural studies,
>discourse analysis, and post-colonialism to research on sexuality, migrant
>and diasporic identities, virtual identities and virtual citizenship. _Space
>and Culture_ is unique in having the explicit mission of bringing cutting-
>edge theory to the contexts and sites of social change.
>There is a hunger for writing that specifies the now overly-general ordering
>concepts by which most journals are edited. There is a demand for conceptual
>innovation that problematizes the fixity of the social science categories
>(such as identity, globalization, society, and state). There is a need for
>journals which function as meeting places: informative communication media
>for researchers struggling to work across discipline borders.
>We are not seeking applications of theory but rather work on the frontiers
>of theoretical development which nonetheless retains an organic link to
>everyday life and its positionality within its culture of origin.