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PERIPHERIES JOURNAL – Instituto Maria e João Aleixo – Rio de Janeiro

ISSN: 2595-6582
revista@imja.org.br

 

Edition #3 of PERIPHERIES Journal will be dedicated to the Alternative Experiences of the Peripheries from the perspective of affirming the rights of the inhabitants of the peripheries.

The peripheries of the contemporary world have invented alternative process and forms in the fields of economy, housing, architecture, education, culture and the arts, sociability and the overcoming of various forms of violence and conflict. These are experiences built upon adverse everyday conditions, often placed in dispute with hegemonic structures that violate the rights of the people of the peripheries. We therefore seek to make these emancipatory practices more visible, spreading word far and wide. This is an essential strategy in strengthening the agendas and potencies of the periphery, and thus, of this journal.

Therefore, which new peripheral experiences represent transformative experiences for human emancipation, especially in today’s cities?

Editorial Guide 

PERIPHERIES Journal takes the manifestation and appreciation of the Potency of the Peripheries as its guiding editorial line. Collaboration proposals submitted should consider and attend to this principle. For more information see the Letter from Maré and “The Paradigm of Potency and the Pedagogy of Coexistence.”

We wish to emphasize that the concept of the Periphery should be considered broadly,  extrapolating the urban sphere and contemplating non-hegemonic peripheral realities. As such, we consider the Periphery to include populations and territories composed of the indigenous, quilombolas, religious/ethnic minorities and gypsy travelers, as well as questions of ethnicity and race, gender, LGBTQ+, refugees and migration.

Proposals and Submissions

For edition n.3, submissions will be accepted until March 30, 2019 at revista@imja.org.br.

PERIPHERIES accepts submissions in Portuguese, English, Spanish and French in accordance with the details specified below in each editorial category.  The Journal accepts submissions that have appeared elsewhere for publication (maximum one other publication platform).

  • Article

Original academic articles with up to three authors, considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal, between 15,000 and 25,000 characters including spaces and not including bibliography.

  • Short Story

Textual productions in short story form, considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal, containing up to 5000 characters, including spaces.

  • Interview

Textual productions in interview form, considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal, containing up to 8000 characters, including spaces.

  • Photographic Essay

Collections of photographs on the same theme, considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal, containing between 5 and 10 images, with an introductory text of up to 1500 characters, including spaces. Photographs should be sent in low resolution for consideration. In case of approval, we will send technical specifications for publication. 

  • Image

Image production – graffiti, painting, engraving, wood engraving, artistic interventions, interventions in space and all other image-based artistic expressions – considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal, with an introductory text of up to 1500 characters, including spaces. We will accept up to 3 images, of which 1 will be selected for publication. Images should be sent in low resolution for consideration, with due credit when necessary. In case of approval, we will send technical specifications for publication.

  • Poetry

Individual and collective textual productions as poetry, considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal. Up to 5 poems, of which 2  written by the same author will be considered.

  • Comic

Comics, considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal, containing between 15 and 20 pages in size A-4. Images should be sent in low resolution for consideration. In case of approval, we will send technical specifications for publications.

  • Review

Textual productions as reviews, considering the editorial line of PERIPHERIES Journal, containing up to 5000 characters, including spaces. Reviews may address literary productions, theater, concerts, artistic interventions and expositions.

 

Editors
Fernando Fernandes
Jorge Barbosa

Executive Editors
Daniel Stefani
Edmund Ruge
Ivana Dorali

Editorial Board
Alberto Aleixo
Edson Diniz
Eliana Sousa e Silva
Jailson de Souza e Silva
Tatiana Moura

 

 

Translation Coordination
Daniel Stefani
Edmund Ruge
Mariana Costa

Communication
Rodrigo Azevedo
Gabriela Anastácia

Web Design and development
Animático / Marcus Paulista


Instituto Maria e João Aleixo
Rua Teixeira Ribeiro, 535, Maré – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
Contact: revista@imja.org.br
+55 (21) 3105-4599

Translation Coordination
traducao@imja.org.br

Daniel Stefani
Edmund Ruge
Mariana Costa

Language Review

Daniel Stefani
Déborah Spatz
Edmund Ruge
Mariana Costa

Translation

Alessandro Saggini
Ana Clara Fank
Ana Luisa Izetti
Anaïs Boulord
Analía Yeruti Galván López
Anelise Estivalet
Audrey Brodu
Bruna Macedo de Oliveira
Bruno Ferrão
Bruno Thomassin
Catalina Estrada
Catalina Portales
Cecilia Dinardi
Cinthia Itati
Daniela Yumi Fujiwara
Débora De Aranha Haupt
Déborah Spatz
Desirée Poets
Diego Giovanni Vargas
Enora Lessinger
Eulálio Marques Borges
Gabriela Minuzzo
Gabriela Nascimento
Gabriela Ullauri
Gisele dos Santos Nascimento
Giulia Gambassi Mendes
Jávier Méndes
Jéssica Pessoa
João Daniel Martins Alves
Jonis Qasim
Jose David Rosales Alferes
Julia Spence
Laura Chaillet
Lemuel Robinson
Louis Souleliac
Luciano Santos
Mariana Komatsu
Mario René Rodríguez Torres
Marion Mercader
Mark Prunella Miller
Miguel Bravo Madrid
Miguel Bustamante
Milena do Carmo Lima
Mirella do Carmo Botaro
Mohammad Mobasheramini
Nasser Alswan
Nedzad Dahic
Nicolas Quirion
Rafael Magalhães
Renata Peppl
Rocio Esther González Fariña
Rosa Faria
Samuel Van Ransbeeck
Santosh Kumar
Shawn Provost
Sol Ahumada
Suelen Ramos
Tomas Amorim
Vargas Rodríguez

Instituto Maria e João Aleixo
Rua Teixeira Ribeiro, 535, Maré, Rio de Janeiro – RJ
CEP: 21044-251
Contato: revista@imja.org.br
+55 (21) 3105-4599