An International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Progressive Research, Art, and Commentaries
Editor-in-Chief: Robert S. E. Caine, Ph.D.
CrossBridge is a multidisciplinary and thought-provoking cross-over between peer-reviewed academic journal, public affairs magazine, and visual art/literary review. We welcome submissions aligned with WaterHill’s vision “To publish ground-breaking knowledge that enables social progress.”
The name CrossBridge conjures the connecting of ideas, subject areas, and philosophies, bringing together schools of thought not usually viewed as having a relevant association or interconnected discourse. The journal’s vision departs the usual solely academic focus also to include practice-based research that enables social progress, opinions and commentaries, and arts. We aim at embracing marginalized and often neglected members, ideas, and needs of and for the whole Earth community.
We welcome speculative ideas, exploratory practices, position papers, manifestos, creative writing, art as well as traditional academic papers from both affiliated and independent scholars, students, practitioners, activists, and artists.
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Submit written work according to the template and instructions (click here to download template and instructions), unless specified otherwise for a specific submission type (see below).
Here is a list of submissions types we are seeking:
Submissions must be made by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Your submission must be an MS Word file attachment (doc or docx) for text files, JPEG for images, or a link in the case of videos and music/sound files. In the email itself, provide: a highlight of the main ideas/arguments (or in the case of artwork, a description of your work/artist statement), your name, e-mail address, biography (maximum 150 words), and affiliation if applicable. Also state the type of submission, as per the list above: opinion, long paper, book review, column, art, etc.
Important - for research papers: We seek original papers that cross disciplinary boundaries and explore linkages and synergies between academia/theory and social/personal realities. We are particularly interested in papers that not only study or theorize issues, but that also propose solutions. Progressive and innovative practices, opinions, theories, and methodologies are also welcomed. Because the journal reaches readers with a wide variety of backgrounds, papers should be engaging and inspiring; avoid using a purely academic style and discipline-specific language.