The International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries (IJCCI)
is a new international journal organized by the Institute of Creative
Industries Design, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. The journal
is a multidisciplinary, double-blind peer-reviewed journal which aims
to facilitate scholarly works and discussions related to academic
research and practical insights from the field of cultural and creative
industries (CCI). The journal aims to reach both professional and
academic audience and to bring together interdisciplinary and
multinational perspectives. IJCCI publication activities are organized
by the Institute of Creative Industries Design at National Cheng Kung
University in Taiwan.
IJCCI publishes two regular issues and one special issue each year
containing 6-8 refereed articles in the following tracks:
– Academic Research: manuscripts focusing on theoretical development
and empirical research (6,000-8,000 words)
– Industry Insight: case studies portraying the local industry
practices (4,000-6,000 words)
– Glocal Perspective: reviews or commentary on local policies and
industrial development which would bring potential impact to
development of cultural and creative industries, a representation of
the agency perspectives (2,000-4,000 words)
The topic of the next special issue for The International Journal of
Cultural and Creative Industries is “Contemporary Curation: Theory and
Practice”. We welcome academic articles, case studies, and viewpoints
about the current practices and the challenges.
The special issue explores both theoretical and practical aspects on
contemporary curation. It covers key aspects of the history, theory and
practice of curating from the 20th century up to the present day. We
welcome papers that research and reflect upon a wide range of
curatorial contexts from exhibitions, off-site projects, events,
festivals, etc. The focus of this special issue is the application and
dissemination of defined curatorial contexts and strategies from
policy, strategic, experimental, empirical or theoretical perspectives.
We welcome papers from curators, historians, critics, artists and event
organizers to explore the shifting forms and diverse challenges of
To express interests in contribution, please email a 400-word abstract
to the editor of the special issue by 28 January 2014:
Dr Ming Turner,
National Cheng Kung University
Full paper is due by 30 April 2014.
The special issue will be published in September 2014.