Close Encounters in War Journal
The Close Encounters in War journal is an independent, open-access and peer-reviewed journal aimed at studying war as a human experience, through interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches. The journal studies how war affects the sphere of human relations, which can occur in a number of ways, through direct experience but also through indirect – intellectual – experience. When war is experienced indirectly, language becomes the medium through which people encounter war, for example through literature, journalism, politics or science. Close Encounters in War seeks to explore the condition, meaning and aftermath of both direct and indirect encounters with war and conflict. Here you can download the current issue of the journal.
Close Encounters in War Journal also hosts a section called “Posts and announcements”, where you will find book or film reviews, posts about conferences, seminars or new publications and much more about the topic of the journal. Here you can find the most recent entry of the section, and more can be read by scrolling down the list of recent posts on the left or by browsing the archive.
Most recent post:
New publication on Vietnam war and chemical warfare: Agent Orange Roundup. Living with One Foot in Two Worlds, by Sandy Scull and Brent MacKinnon
Place of publication: Fondazione Nuto Revelli, Corso Brunet 1 – 12100 Cuneo, Italy. For general info: email@example.com.
This journal is indexed on DOAJ (https://doaj.org/) and is present in the catalogues of the major research libraries worldwide.
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