Completed Manuscript Deadline: March 1, 2019
Length: About 5,000 words or 20 pages double-spaced with a reference list
Process: Blind peer-review
Requirements: Unpublished and not under review
Editors: Sheree Josephson of Weber State University, contributor to the first edition; Ken Smith of University of Wyoming, co-editor of the first edition; Jim Kelly of Indiana University, past editor of Visual Communication Quarterly
Visuals: Strongly encouraged with copyright permission
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Work is beginning on the long-awaited edition of the second edition of “Handbook of Visual Communication: Theory, Methods, and Media.” The publisher (formerly Lawrence Erlbaum but now Routledge) was so happy with the first edition that it encouraged the book’s editors to begin work on an updated edition. The contract has been signed.
The second edition will be constructed in the same way as the first edition. It will be organized around chapters addressing the major theories in the field of Visual Communication accompanied by chapters about NEW exemplar studies illustrating research used to explore that theoretical area. Theory chapters will be invited. Research chapters will be selected through blind peer-review.
Research chapters to accompany the following theories are needed:
- Visual Rhetoric
- Reception Theory
- Media Aesthetics
- Visual Literacy
- Cultural Studies
- New Media
- Visual Intersectionality
Theory chapters have not been completed. If you’d like to see examples of theory chapters, please refer to the first edition of the handbook. A few theories have been added to the second edition, but previous work can provide sufficient information about expectations and format.
Questions: Please contact Sheree Josephson at firstname.lastname@example.org.