The typical (but not rigid) structure for each issue includes three or four sections:
There is a standing call for contributions to the journal for sections 3 and 4. Contributions are to be sent both to email@example.com and to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thematic issues will always be announced.Series 2, No. 3 of Spaces of Utopia is now being prepared by editor Teresa Botelho. Please see the call for papers below. All articles submitted must conform to the guidelines for authors, also below.
Spaces of Utopia series 2 no.3, 2014
Call for papers
Utopia, the Human and the Technological Singularity
The Technological Singularity, defined by Vernor Vinge as an inevitable, if unpredictable Event that will herald trans-human and post-human futures, has been constructed either as a techno-utopia, that will liberate humans from the constraints of their embodied limitations through transcendent technological progress or as a dreaded dystopia that will further diminish human autonomy and agency.
The 2014 issue of Spaces of Utopia invites a reflection on the realities and projections of the interface between human and machine that, according to Istvan Csicsery-Ronay Jr. “constitute the quintessential myth of contemporary technoculture.”
The original contributions (5000 to 6000 words) to be submitted to the Editorial Board of the journal for double peer-reviewing should be sent to the following addresses, no later than November 15th, 2014.
When sending us your essay, please make sure that you follow these guidelines: