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The Journal of Transcultural Studies

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The Journal of Transcultural Studies is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal committed to promoting research on transculturality. Launched in 2010, it is edited by Monica Juneja, Joachim Kurtz, Diamantis Panagiotopoulos, Michael Radich, and Rudolf Wagner, produced by the Publications Office, and hosted by heiUP.

The Journal of Transcultural Studies serves as a forum for research on cultural, social, and regional formations that have been constituted and transformed through extensive contacts with other regions and cultures. Research on transcultural perspectives faces two major challenges: to uncover the dynamics of the multiple ways in which difference is negotiated and to find a conceptual language that can describe the transactions built into relationships across frontiers as they unfold in local contexts. The journal welcomes investigations of transcultural phenomena and reflects on methods of transcultural research.

Submissions are encouraged in a range of formats, from scholarly investigations with extensive documentation to research articles, enhanced podcasts, English translations of scholarly works, review essays, and source materials. While contributions are written in English, excerpts in other languages may be included.

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