disClosure is an annual thematic publication dedicated to investigating
and stimulating interest in new directions in contemporary social theory. The
forthcoming Spring 2015 issue will address concerns over Market Failures,
Famines, and Crises. The journal will include a variety of media including
scholarly essays, poetry and visual art.
Potential submissions may explore topics regarding the changing functions,
configurations, and meanings of market crises and famines in our society;
our understanding of the relationship between the economy, culture and
territorial power in formulating theories of markets; how crises and
famines get defined, by whom, and the ways they are practiced in different
states and economies in the world.
More details and possible topics are available in the attached Call for
Papers or by contacting Grace Cale or Lydia Roll at