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PositionsThis section includes invited essays and articles.
Main SectionIt includes 4-5 double-blind, peer-reviewed papers per issues, responding to a thematic call for paper. Article length, maximum 6,000 words including footnotes and bibliography.
PracticesEdited by Cristina Garzillo and Cécile Houpert. This section includes case studies, projects and narratives in various formats—including videos, images, short stories, photo essays.
Peer-reviewed articles not related to the issue's call for papers. Articles are typically 6,000 words long, including footnotes and bibliography.
ÉcosophiesEdited by Manola Antonioli. A thematic section accepting open and invited submissions according to a permanent call for papers. Article length, maximum 6,000 words including footnotes and bibliography.
AnthropoceneEdited by Antonio Lucci. A thematic section accepting open and invited submissions according to a permanent call for papers. Article length, maximum 6,000 words including footnotes and bibliography.
NotesNotes, including overviews of calls for papers, European projects, books review, work in progress and other current issues.
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