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PRESS RELEASE

CALL FOR ARTICLES AND CASE STUDIES

E-BOOK THEMATIC ISSUES: Digital Theatre, Visual Theatre, Technical Theatre

The The Thespis Project (CoE Runner Up Award)  welcomes article and case study submissions related to the following research themes: Digital Theatre, Visual Theatre, Technical Theatre.

The objective of this special issue is to stimulate the debate on the topics of digital and technical theatre among artists, scholars, educators, stage managers and cultural managers.

This special issue aims to participate in a dialogue regarding new trends, technology, content and good practices in theatre, encourages multidisciplinary perspectives and aims at connecting theory and practice in the realm of the cultural sector.

All articles and case studies will be published in a form of an e-book. In case of a printed edition, there will be a notification in advance.

The deadline for all article submissions is December 2021.

After this, authors will be informed whether the article has been accepted or not.

All articles must be submitted electronically in Word format and sent to Maria Christakou, The Thespis Project Editor-in-chief, at maria_christakou@yahoo.gr

Please let us know if you need any further information. Looking forward to receiving your contributions.

Maria Christakou, Editor-in-chief
More about The Thespis Project: http://thethespisproject.foliodrop.com/

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: December 2021
Peer review process and communication of the selection: March 2022
Publication Date: June 2022

Guidelines for Submissions

Papers will only be published in English.
Each article must be accompanied by a statement that it has not been submitted for publication elsewhere in English.
Papers and contributions accepted for publication become the copyright of the publisher, unless otherwise stated.
All papers, if applicable, should be accompanied by up to five keywords and by a short abstract outlining the paper’s aims, main conclusions, and the methodology used (up to 150 words).
Papers should be accompanied by a separate Word document that includes a short (about 50 words) description of the author(s) and, if appropriate, the organization of which he or she is a member.