The UNESCO-MOST programme for social transformation, the International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences, Mémoire de l'Avenir and Global Chinese Arts and Culture Society has launched the first issue of HAS Magazine, a trilingual (English, French and Chinese) interdisciplinary digital publication. The publication is a new initiative within the Humanities, Arts and Society project's mission to demonstrate the impact of the arts, the humanities and creativity on society. Each issue is based on a theme with papers and contributions from philosophers, researchers across all domains of the humanities and social sciences, artists and creative project leaders.
We are currently accepting papers in English or French for the second issue on the theme Between Anxiety and Hope. All submissions will be submitted to our editorial committee who will be making the final selection. As a non-profit magazine, we have no fees for publishing and cannot offer payment for authors. The deadline is 20 September 2020, midnight Central European Time.
More information about the open call, the theme and the general conditions can be found here:
The first issue on the theme Big Data and Singularities is available to read and download as PDF here: https://humanitiesartsandsociety.org/magazine/