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A publication within this area of study needs a home dedicated to the field that focuses and critically explores the wider interdisciplinary and comparative themes and offers additional options with regards to publishing. Thus, it is the right time to open up more avenues in the field and provide more publishing opportunities so that the diverse and multi-faceted aspect of this area of study gets a stronger voice than a quiet whisper and the occasional mention.


We ask that you consider the options below and fill out the form. If you need further information please email us at festival.culture.edu@gmail.com.


Support Options:

Associations - We are happy to collaborate with organisations that have similar goals, and could offer knowledge (libraries, photographs, research etc), access to their subscribers, contacts, and networking. In exchange, you get logo placement on the journal, printed copies of the journal for your members, online access for members, printed copies initially (then online copies, but a discount of 50% if you want to continue receiving printed copies).


Sponsorship - We would be happy if you could sponsor the journal for a single or on-going basis. Your sponsorship could help cover printing costs, launch an event, advertising and marketing. Benefits for offering sponsorship support are copies of the journal, recognition as well as a logo placement in the journal and on the journal webpages, advertising opportunities in print, online and the journal webpages including other titles the publisher holds.


Partnerships - We will also consider mutually beneficial partnerships. For example, a partnership with a museum, art gallery, etc. can be helpful to us for source images etc. and in return, you get the chance to advertise in the journal.


We are also open to partnering with an annual conference and will be happy to advertise the organisation in the journal in exchange for placing our marketing material in delegate packs.