Skin: Nyx a noctournal call for contributions
For its eighth issue, Nyx, a noctournal seeks contributions that question the concept of skin: as a border that demarcates inside and outside, a threshold that contains and translates identities, a membrane that signals the point at which we become in-the-world, the most ubiquitous signifier of self-as-object.
In particular we are currently seeking work that addresses themes of race and ethnicity. We would be very interested to engage with new and original contributions to the wider discourses on blackness, whiteness, racial identity and post-colonialism.
Submissions can be in the form of short academic essays, journalism, prose fiction or images.
Nyx a noctournal is a print/online publication of critical theory, radical politics and art, peer-reviewed by a collective of young researchers, activists and theorists based at Goldsmiths, London.
Proposals of no more than 500 words / 5 images, inc. a very brief biog, to firstname.lastname@example.org by 7th January.