Junctures invites submissions from authors on an annual theme that engage the complexities, contradictions and coherences that underlie the current call. In the interests of highlighting the resonances and disturbances of dialogue and given the multivalence of the theme, we encourage discussion across boundaries, whether disciplinary, geographic, cultural, social, or economic.
With New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region as a backdrop – but not its only stage –Junctures seeks to address the matters which concern us all as we negotiate the contemporary environment. In addition to discursive academic articles, Junctures accepts narratives, commentaries and interventions that sit outside conventional academic contexts.
For more information or submissions please contact the editors:
Federico Freschi (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ron Bull (email@example.com)
No. 22 (2022): multi-
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As the world around us becomes increasingly complex and as the tensions between technological advancement and environmental degradation increase, it is clear that solutions for a sustainable future are only going to be found through collaborative approaches that are open to paradigms and knowledge systems that are other than those that have sustained the status quo. This issue of Junctures invites contributions that reflect on how the notion of ‘multi-’ can prompt the ability to perceive the world in new ways, to reveal new truths that are hidden in plain sight, to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and to generate solutions. It also offers an opportunity for contributions that reflect on the notion of the ‘multiple’ in creative and other contexts, and its implicit democratising and enabling impulses.