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CORA Issue 2 - Call for cover photos

We are excited to announce an open call for submissions for the cover photo of CORA's second issue. If you have captivating visual works and photographs that you'd like to share and that align with love, subversion and/or perception, this is your opportunity!

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Submission Guidelines

- Your photo should relate to the keywords of our second issue:

                                             love   subversion  perception

- Image format: High-resolution JPEG or PNG, with a minimum size of 2MB

- Submission deadline: July 30th, 2024

- Please send your photos to our email address with the subject: “CORA Cover Photo Submission_NAME." In the email, include: 

        Your name

        Contact information

        A title/keyword for each photo

        A brief description of each photo (date, location, context) and its relevance to our    



By submitting your photo(s), you grant CORA the right to use and credit them for the journal cover. You confirm that you are the sole owner of the photo(s), and we will not use them for commercial purposes.

There are no restrictions on the photos; they can be from your fieldwork or daily life snapshots. Our editorial team will review all submissions and select the most captivating photo that best aligns with our second issue's theme. 

Don't miss this chance to contribute to your anthropology journal's visual narrative!

We eagerly anticipate your creative submissions.

If you have any questions or need clarification, please reach out to us at:


CORA Issue 2 - Call for Submissions

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CORA is launching a call for submissions for the second issue, launching in 2024.

Love - Subversion - Perception

CORA incorporates different forms of knowledge: through art, poetry, photography, visual media, and forms of writing work, from empirical research to book reviews and ethnographies. Grounded in anthropology, the journal expands its scope to the broader social sciences and is open to reflections beyond fixed disciplinary boundaries. We engage with different forms of expression that build knowledge to break down attitudes reinforcing epistemic coloniality.

Deadline: January 31st, 2024

See the contributor's guidelines below for instructions on how to submit your work!

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