Complex Transition: Call for Papers
- January 06, 2021
Project Complex Transition
The thesis is that America is in a “Complex Transition” in which the social, political and cultural aspects of our life today have become combined over time. These social-economic-political forces can’t be independently solved; but must be viewed and addressed as 'complex' and in 'transition' simultaneously.
We are seeking submissions on the following topic: In 500 words explain how social interactions and institutions have changed over the past decade and include the effect caused by other social and political forces.
Recognizing that we all are often prone to forget many of the events in current history, you will receive helpful Links that describe the significant events of the last decade, (2010-19). The e-pub and the thesis “Complex Transition” that you are asked to support in your written submission should focus on the last decade in America; the events and outcomes of this decade.
We will be creating a multimedia e-publication, with writing and images that address the social, economic and political period in American today. This publication will be distributed through e-book outlets. Editor- historian, John Ripton, PhD
For more information, contact Roland Salazar Rose: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject Line Enter: “Complex Transition” Details will be sent by e-mail.
This is to be a self published e-pub produced and distributed by ramblin/rose publications. Link
Project will seek artist grant funds from Maine Arts Commission, FY2021-22
If your submission is selected for publication you will receive a full-color printed copy of the
http://www.salazargallery.com/submit-article-to-complex-transition/ See Link for submission details.