CfP: Fieldwork and Applied Research and Learning–Preservation Outside of the Traditional Classroom in the 21st Century, Future Anterior Journal

Call for Papers: Fieldwork and Applied Research and Learning–Preservation Outside of the Traditional Classroom in the 21st Century, Future Anterior Journal

Guest Editor: Brent R. Fortenberry
Editor: Jorge Otero-Pailos
Future Anterior seeks papers that explore the diverse and dynamic methods and means through which we research, teach, and engage with stakeholders outside of the academy and the traditional classroom. Potential topics include, but are not limited to–fieldwork pedagogy and philosophy; stakeholder engagement and capacity-building; new mapping, recording, and documentation technology and its application; inter- and meta-disciplinary approaches to fieldwork; service learning.
This issue will foster new and path-breaking dialogues on the state of preservation research, the manifold ways we are training students to be critically-engaged preservationists, and the new means through which we are positively impacting communities and stakeholders, ultimately pushing forward the preservation theory, research, and practice in the 21st century.
Articles should be no more than 4,000 words (excluding footnotes), with up to seven illustrations. It is the responsibility of the author to secure permissions for image use and pay any reproduction fees. A brief abstract (200 words) and author bio (around 100 words) must accompany the text. Acceptance or rejection of submissions is at the discretion of the Editorial Staff. Please do not send original materials, as submissions will not be returned.
All submissions must be submitted electronically, via email to Future.Anterior.Journal@gmail.com by 14 April 2020.
Questions about submissions can be emailed or mailed to Brent R. Fortenberry, Texas A&M University, brforte@tamu.edu
The full call for papers can be downloaded here or accessed online through the Columbia University GSAPP dedicated webpage.
 
 

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