Call For Papers


 

The Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok and Osaka City University, Japan invite contributions of papers for the Journal of Urban Culture Research


Worthy contributions in the general arena of urban culture are welcome from researchers and practitioners at all stages in their careers at anytime and do not need to related to a specific call for papers. No fees ever are charged. See our Submission Guidelines page for instructions.


Once a year we list a dual call for papers for the annual Urban Research Plaza’s forum on urban culture held in Bangkok, Thailand in March. Below is an example of the March 2019 call.


Theme:  Saving Our Urban Habitat – Creating a Sustainable Future


OUR FORUM aims to fulfill Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) while promoting and achieving responsible social and personal lifestyles. The journal aims to encourage researchers, artists, and those involved in urban planning to seek cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural practices aimed at fostering the sustainable development of vibrant, livable cities and the promotion of cultural continuity. Articles spanning the wide and diverse field of urban culture and the arts as a tool to promote community and individual well-being, health, and diversity are welcome. The below list is offered as evocative guidelines rather than implying requirements. Click to download the pdf of the below call. Note: This is a dual call for papers in conjunction with the 18th annual Urban Research Forum. See Forum for details.



Saving Our Urban Habitat – Creating a Sustainable Future

Some aims and themes for presentations and panels

  1. How can we engage our youth as activists for sustainable development?

  2. What are the main environmental challenges in todays cities?


  1. What new SDG legislation will be needed to save our cities?

  2. What art forms and projects are needed to promote SDG throughout our urban environments?


  1. What partnerships are urgently needed to avoid environmental breakdown?

  2. How can we combat sound and light pollution in our cities?


  1. What are good models for urban pollution control in our communities?

  2. How can our big polluters be found and brought to justice?


  1. What can our universities do to strengthen environmental research and education?

  2. Music and art as tools for environmental education and advocacy in societies across the globe.


  1. Nature as a major source of inspiration in art and music.



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