No, we’re not looking for money. We’re looking for content – intelligent, thought-provoking material that illuminates an aspect of the society of the contemporary German-speaking world.
Are you a scholar with some material you’d like to share with the world that doesn’t quite fit into a journal article or monograph? Are you looking for a place where you can write occasional opinion pieces or reviews that need an open access venue? Or do you have an idea for a piece and are looking for a somewhere to place it? Then please get in touch with us. We’d love to hear from you! You can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are different ways for your contribution to take shape:
You might want to write an essay or a book or film review – you’d submit it to us, and the editors would work with you to prepare it for publication on kultur360 much the same way an editor would work with you if you submit an article or review to an academic journal.
Perhaps you have an idea for a group of items – essays, interviews, what have you – that you and some other colleagues would like to put together. Contact us and we can work with you to get that organized.
Maybe you have an idea for an interview with someone, but aren’t sure you’d like to conduct the interview yourself (maybe you’re not comfortable working with the technology, for example). That’s fine – we’ll collaborate with you on the interview, using your expertise to conduct the interview. You’ll get credit as a co-author, of course.
It might be the case that you’ve come up with the kind of contribution that we haven’t even thought of yet. If that’s the case, please get in touch – you’ll see that we’re amenable to all sorts of approaches.
Are you interested in making suggestions for our Extras page (links to other articles, videos, podcasts that have some to do with the contemporary German-speaking world)? Please send them our way.
To make a long story short: if you’re interested in contributing, get in touch. You can reach us at email@example.com.
How does kultur360 work?
kultur360 is produced and edited by academics who volunteer their time to provide informed analysis about the contemporary German-speaking world.
Original essays, reviews, and interviews can be found in the PERSPECTIVES section. To help you see how these Perspectives relate to each other, we also group them by theme (CLUSTERS) and type (MODES). And if we find something interesting elsewhere, we link to it in EXTRAS.
Do you want to join our effort in providing new ways of understanding contemporary German society? Go to our Contribute page.