Too busy to pen a 5000-word opus, or just not inspired by the main cfp this year? Well, this is the opportunity you've been waiting for: a publication outlet for something you can pull together over the Christmas break without going overboard. Check it out, and make a short-form piece for trackchanges your first academic... Continue Reading →

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Call for Papers: Issue 13

We can now reveal the theme for our 2020 edition: “Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics”? Rhetoric, Spin, and Discourse in the Political Landscape. Our Call for Papers this year is an invitation to all postgraduate researchers to consider their discipline and interests in the light of current, and timeless, debates about the nature of political... Continue Reading →

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Photo by Rakicevic Nenad on Issue 13 is LIVE!! Against all odds, in the time of COVID 19, Issue 13 has found its way to publication. 'Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics: Rhetoric, Spin and Discourse in the Political Landscape' is on the blog under 'Archives', or can be found here: Issue 13 – Track... Continue Reading →

Issue 12 now live

We are delighted to announce that Issue 12 of trackchanges - Utopias, Dystopias and Heterotopias - is now live, and you can read it here. A huge thank you to all of our authors and editorial board members for your enthusiasm and endeavour!    

How to write a great academic abstract

Thinking of proposing a paper for this year’s trackchanges? If you’ve never prepared an article for publication or written an academic abstract before, you might find these links useful. The University of Glasgow have released this useful guide to writing for scholarly journals (PDF). It includes a handy chapter on how to turn your coursework into... Continue Reading →

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