Welcome to FORUM

Welcome to the website of FORUM, a peer-reviewed journal for postgraduate students working in culture and the arts. Our objective is to create and foster a network for the exchange and circulation of ideas; we hope that you will find plenty of interest and inspiration among the articles we have published to date. Please feel free to browse our archive of past issues or search for articles by theme and/or author name, join FORUM's mailing list to receive future updates, and take a look at our latest Call for Papers if you would like to submit an article for publication.

We are also pleased to announce our first meeting of the academic year 2013-14 will take place on Tuesday 24th September at 4:30pm in 19 George Square, rm 1.1. New and returning members of FORUM are warmly welcomed to join us for information on the forthcoming issues, news about our upgraded website, and - of course - wine and nibbles.

Issue 16: Un/Natural Histories

We are delighted to announce the publication of FORUM's sixteenth issue, exploring Un/Natural Histories. You can follow links on the left or click the image below to read the issue.                   'Fields of Gold', Rice Fields in Banaue in the Philippines, by kudumomo 19/02/2010 http://www.flickr.com/photos/kudumomo/4375634465

 Fields of Gold', Rice Fields in Banaue in the Philippines, by kudumomo 19/02/2010 (link to original).

FORUM is a peer-reviewed journal for postgraduate students working in culture and the arts. The journal takes a multi-disciplinary approach to the realm of arts and culture and considers contributions from across the spectrum of the humanities. Published biannually, each edition focuses on a selected theme, provoking discussion and debate whilst maintaining an overall coherency. FORUM provides a platform for the exchange of intellectual ideas, encouraging postgraduate participation in contemporary critical debates. Our objective is to create and foster a network for the exchange and circulation of ideas within the wider postgraduate community. We seek submissions that take innovative approaches and challenge the boundaries of conventional disciplines.