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Critical Carbon

Future Anterior Journal

Guest Editor: Jennifer Ferng

EXTENDED: Manuscripts Due December 30, 2022

**Download the Call for Papers in PDF format here.**

This special issue of Future Anterior welcome papers from a diverse range of disciplines and from a diverse background of writers, however we will prioritize voices from, or engaged in the study of, Southeast Asian countries and regions. We are particularly interested in themes including critical readings of decarbonization policies, analyses of the hidden cultural and class biases in how heritage buildings in the Southeast Asia Pacific region are maintained, adapted, and demolished, as well as essays that explore the entanglement of decarbonization policies with networks of power and privilege.

Please read the full text for more details on thematic goals or interests as well as for submission details.

Space and Heritage

Future Anterior Journal

Guest Editor: Tao DuFour

Manuscripts Due: January 31, 2023

**Download the Call for Papers in PDF format here.**

In his manuscript fragments on perception, the philosopher Edmund Husserl would speak of a certain thickening of temporal experience as an acquisition, that is, as a kind of “heritage” (Erbe) that takes the form of embodied habitus that is inherent to the lived experience of space. This special issue of Future Anterior takes this phenomenological insight as a guiding clue, and inquires into the relation of this intimate sense of heritage as the embodied becoming of the subject, to some of its wider, more normative and critical senses in heritage studies. This issue is dedicated to the theme of heritage, viewed in terms of its implicit sense as a mode of lived experience that is embodied, and in this way, spatial.

Please read the full text for more details on thematic goals or interests as well as for submission details.

About Future Anterior
Future Anterior is a peer-reviewed (refereed) journal that approaches the field of historic preservation from a position of critical inquiry. A comparatively recent field of professional study, preservation often escapes direct academic challenges of its motives, goals, forms of practice, and results. Future Anterior seeks contributions that ask these difficult questions from philosophical, theoretical, and critical perspectives.
Formatting Requirements
Articles should be no more than 4,000 words (excluding footnotes) with up to seven illustrations. References to the identity of the author must be removed from the manuscript before submission. It is the responsibility of the author to secure permissions for image use and pay any reproduction fees. A brief abstract (200 words) and author biography (around 100 words) must accompany the submission, but in a separate file to preserve the double-blind peer review process. Acceptance or rejection of submissions is at the discretion of the Editorial Staff. Please do not send original materials, as submissions will not be returned.
Formatting Text
All text files should be saved as Microsoft Word or RTF format. Text and citations must be formatted in accordance with the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Edition. All articles must be submitted in English, and spelling should follow American convention.
Formatting Illustrations

Images should be sent as TIFF files with a resolution of at least 300 dpi at 8” by 9” print size. Figures should be numbered clearly in the text, after the paragraph in which they are referenced. Image captions and credits must be included with submissions.

Examples of manuscript and illustration formatting can be found in past issues of Future Anterior here and here.

Submission Checklist
  • Abstract (200 words)
  • Manuscript (4000 words, excluding footnotes)
  • Illustrations (maximum of 7)
  • Captions for Illustrations
  • Illustration Copyright information
  • Author biography (100 words)
Contact Information

All submissions and questions about the submission process must be submitted to Future.Anterior.Journal@gmail.com.

Questions about the Call for Papers: Critical Carbon can be sent to the above email address or emailed to the guest editor:

Prof. Jennifer Ferng Guest Editor, Future Anterior University of Sydney jennifer.ferng@sydney.edu.au

Questions about the Call for Papers: Space and Heritage can be sent to the above email address or emailed to the guest editor:

Prof. Tao DuFour Guest Editor, Future Anterior Cornell University tns29@cornell.edu