A book on contemporary cultural journalism and education thereof is being coordinated by Montserrat Jurado Martín, of University of Elche, and Beatriz Peña Acuña, of Universidad Católica de Murcia. They are now accepting chapter proposals for the book.
The book will be entitled “Cultural Journalism in the 21st Century: Innovative teaching contents” and it will be published by the Iberoamerican Scientific and Cultural Association. Martín and Acuña describe the volume’s themes as follows:
- Current experiences of the practice in Cultural Journalism: digital media, radio, newspapers, television, magazines, transmedia, blog and specialized web, cultural wikis, own journalistic genres and / or particularities of its application, etc.
- Areas of professional specialization in Culture: cinema, theater, music, dance, opera, art, literature, television, television series, photography, photojournalism, infotainment, travel, gastronomy, bullfighting, journalistic genres in the cultural sphere, etc.
- Spaces of professional projection: generalist, specialized, digital media: web, blog, wikis, cultural industries, corporate communication of cultural institutions, cultural events organization, on-line bookstores, digital libraries, cultural marketing, professional profile, etc.
- Miscellaneous (transversal cultural journalism in other areas)
The deadline for submitting chapter abstracts is March 22. Full chapters will be due at the end of June 2018.
The full call for papers is available from the ECREA mailing list archive.