Archive Journal publishes content in 3 distinct sections:
- Archives Remixed invites analytical and creative pieces that reflect on meaning-making in and through archives. The format is open to traditional research or theoretical essays as well as multi-modal, alternate, or experimental formats. Contributions that analyze, use, theorize, create, find ways through, or reconstitute particular archives, objects or exhibits are invited. Only original work that has not been published elsewhere will be accepted for publication. Length variable.
- Notes + Queries are published on a rolling basis to share timely, short essays about best practices, archival finds, recent publications or events, reports from the field, and thoughts on current work in the field. 500-2000 words.
- 360° features an asynchronous “discussion” among contributors from various backgrounds who respond to the same set of questions about a single archive or archival topic. 500 words per response.
Submissions for “Archives Remixed” and “Notes + Queries” are on a rolling basis. If you have an idea for a “360″ roundtable, please contact the editor, Lauren Coats, at email@example.com.
Submission guidelines can be found at http://www.archivejournal.net/submit/