CfP: the European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes (CPCL)

Call for Papers: the European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes (CPCL)

Besides its biannual call for papers, the European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes (CPCL) accepts manuscripts for its permanent thematic sections: Practices and Anthropocene.
CPCL accepts manuscripts written in English, 6,000 words maximum (including footnotes and bibliography). Manuscripts should be submitted at cpcl.unibo.it. CPCL does not accept e-mail submissions.
For more information on check our Focus and Scope, and Author Guidelines
For questions, inquiries and suggestions: cpcl@unibo.it
Four calls for papers are available here:

  • CPCL Vol 1, no. 1. Cosmopolitan Citizenship
  • CPCL Vol 2, no. 1. Water Resilience
  • CPCL Thematic Section. Practices
  • CPCL Thematic Section. Anthropocene

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