Justice, Issue #11
Deadline Extended: April 1, 2014
GLIMPSE journal issue #11 will explore the concept of Justice, as it pertains to visual perception, visual representation, and seeing.
We invite articles, essays, research, and visual works that logically, artfully, and/or experientially research, connect, reveal, illuminate, unpack, dismantle, or assemble concepts of, and practices surrounding, justice and vision. Examples might include research related to the reliability of eyewitness testimony in the courtroom, the evolution of representations of a blindfolded woman as a symbol of justice, the meaning/s of “justice is blind,” witness identification of alleged perpetrators in police lineups, or research related to individual or group bias against perceivable characteristics.
We invite works that cover any of these suggested topics, and also encourage submissions that approach other relevant issues. Submissions may not exceed 2500 words (or 6 pages for non-textual visual submissions). Research articles presented for the layperson, essays, interviews, book and film reviews, and visual works are all welcomed.
Does your work fit? Read our submission guidelines.
GLIMPSE journal is an interdisciplinary supercollider of works that examine the functions, processes, and effects of vision and its implications for being, knowing, and constructing our world(s). Each theme-focused issue features articles, visual essays, interviews, and reviews spanning the physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities. GLIMPSE contributors are leading and emerging scholars, researchers, scientists and artists from around the world. Some of our contributors are independent thinkers and doers with no formal institutional affiliations, and others are affiliated with the most respected research institutions in the world. Read all about them.
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