VTU Review is a newly established peer-reviewed journal, published in English by St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. The journal comes out twice a year and is published both in print form and electronically as an open access publication.
VTU Review is dedicated to publishing and disseminating pioneering research in the humanities and social sciences for an international audience.
The journal’s inaugural issue is available at http://journals.uni-vt.bg/vtureview/eng/. Its second issue, which focuses on travel and mobility but also includes a Varia section with articles on other topics, is due in May 2018.
Call for papers
VTU Review’s third issue is to focus on
CULTURES AND/OF MIGRATION
The history of migration begins with the origins of the human species. Over many centuries, the movements of people(s) have affected economies, cultures and political structures in a wide variety of significant ways.
We invite contributions from scholars in the humanities and social scientists with an interest in the cultural aspects of migration. We welcome articles from both established professionals and advanced PhD students.
Topics may include, but are not restricted to:
- cultural patterns of migration;
- forced vs voluntary migration;
- migration and cultural identity;
- migration and gender;
- cultures of departure and cultures of arrival;
- migration and diaspora;
- migration and memory;
- migration and language;
- writing migration;
- images of migrants in literature, film and the mass media;
- education and management of the cultural impact of migration.
Inquiries and complete manuscripts are to be emailed to email@example.com by 1 August 2018.