Scope & Aims
Synaesthesia: Communication across Cultures is a peer-reviewed, open-access, cross-disciplinary bilingual journal advancing critical perspectives on communications and exercises of power that shape perception and understanding of the social world, the self, and others. The journal encourages the progressive exchange of ideas and dialogues in theories and practices through publication of original scholarship exploring issues from the interpersonal to mass-marketed, regional to global, academic to corporate, among genders and across time. The editors and reviewers value open and responsive communication, as much as open access to knowledge, and invite articles, essays, interviews, or reviews stylistically accessible to audiences interested in communication in the humanities.
The journal publishes in accordance with its CFPs on an ongoing basis with new articles, essays, interviews and reviews appearing as they advance through the peer-review process described here. All work is published under a Creative Commons license. Permission is granted to forward electronically to others and to post Journal texts for non-commercial purposes following Open Source guidelines, provided they are reproduced intact and the source indicated and linked. To publish Synaesthesia texts in electronic, printed and/or other forms, contact email@example.com
The journal receives indirect funding through the annual research budget for scholarly activities awarded by Okinawa Christian Institute. Donations from our readership our welcome.