Call for Short Articles and Digital Media Projects on Queer and Psychoanalytical Considerations of “The Screen”
The Qouch, an online publication of The Queer Psychoanalysis Society, is looking for short articles and digital media projects for an on-going series on “The Screen”. We are interested in exploring the various functions of the concept of the screen from film theory and media studies to psychoanalytic concepts of “screen memory” and “projection” as they relate to modern theories and practices of gender and sexuality. We are especially looking for work that ponders one or several of the metaphorical implications of the screen in queer and/or psychoanalytical terms; the screen as a site of projection, the screen as a veil between subject and object, the screen as a sifting mechanism that separates elements, and the screen as the process of detection, among other possibilities.
We invite completed short articles (500 to 2000 words) and digital media projects or queries, proposals, and abstracts for projects to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org We also ask that you send a short bio introducing your background and work. The Qouch publishes on a rolling basis and there is no deadline for submissions. We also invite other projects on queer studies and psychoanalysis not on the subject of “The Screen” for our regular posts.
For further details, check out our expanded Call For Papers.