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Politics and Art 2023 : Politics and Art Exploring the Intersection of Aesthetics and Political Economy

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Link: https://pjaesthetics.uj.edu.pl/news/-/journal_content/56_INSTANCE_oOnQUgaMNW2v/138618288/152326276
 
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Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2023
Categories    philosophy   art   politics   aesthetics
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers

Politics and Art: Exploring the Intersection of Aesthetics and Political Economy

 
The Polish Journal of Aesthetics - Volume 67 (4/2022)


Extended submission deadline: January 31, 2023

Dear colleagues,

We are excited to announce a call for papers for the forthcoming volume of The Polish Journal of Aesthetics on the intersection of aesthetics and political economy. We invite researchers to submit articles that explore the relationship between aesthetics and politics. We are particularly interested in analyses of political conflicts, artists and art practices, and their relationship to economic systems and structures. However, we welcome submissions from all areas of art and aesthetics that relate to this theme. Some potential topics for articles include:

The role of art in times of war and conflict and its effects on economic systems
The exploitation of aesthetic norms in political marketing and its economic impact
The use of art as propaganda and its effects on political and economic ideologies
The relationship between the art market and profitability, and its influence on political economy
The impact of industrialization on aesthetic practices and the economic structures supporting them
The role of censorship in shaping aesthetic norms and its effects on political and economic power dynamics
The intersection of performance, entertainment, and politics, and its relationship to economic systems
The role of artists in political movements and struggles and their impact on economic structures
The use of symbols and techniques in political messaging and their relationship to economic ideologies
The question of acceptability in art and politics, and its effects on political economy

This list is by no means exhaustive, and we welcome submissions on any topic that relates to the intersection of aesthetics and political economy. We are particularly interested in articles that address gaps in current knowledge and highlight areas in need of further research, such as:

The effects of social media on the relationship between aesthetics and political economy
The role of art in political activism and social movements, and its relationship to economic structures and systems
The influence of globalization on political aesthetics and its effects on political economy
The intersection of aesthetics and politics in mass media and popular culture, and its relationship to economic systems
The relationship between aesthetics and political economy in non-Western cultures and contexts

Researchers from all backgrounds and perspectives are encouraged to submit their work. Please visit our website at https://pjaesthetics.uj.edu.pl/en_GB/ for more information and to submit your article.

 

Best Regards,

Adrian Mróz

adrian.mroz@uj.edu.pl

The Polish Journal of Aesthetics

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