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.

Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue is double blind peer-reviewed and published annually in November by Otago Polytechnic Press, Dunedin, New Zealand. Junctures is an imprint of Otago Polytechnic Ltd a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga The New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology.

Junctures is free to download, view and share in un-adapted form and only for non-commercial uses with appropriate attribution to the author/creator. Copyright remains with the authors/creator. No derivatives or adaptations of the work are permitted without the permission of the authors/creators. Junctures adheres to Otago Polytechnic Press publishing ethics & Malpractice policies . Junctures is archived as part of the legal deposit process required by ISSN holders in the National Library of New Zealand.  

For more information or submissions please contact the editors:
Federico Freschi (Federico.freschi@op.ac.nz) and Ron Bull (ron.bull@op.ac.nz)