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We welcome contributions under the following sections:
A récits is a short story or anecdote; récits are often told to amuse, entertain, warn, intrigue, or in other ways impart knowledge and experience. Stories should be about time spent conducting multimodal fieldwork and/or experimenting with multimodal representations of fieldwork. They can be written in any genre and consist of any media. Contributions should be a maximum of 2000 words. Pictures are the equivalent of 200 words each. Video and audio submissions for this section should be no more than 7 minutes long.
Accepted document formats:
Please submit the main text in word processing format, such as.doc, .docx, .odt, .txt.
Media in the text:
Please indicate where media (images, videos, audios) should come in the text. Please send the media separately either as attachments, as a .zip or .rar file or (especially for larger files) create a GDrive folder with your files and share the folder with us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or alternatively send us the files via dropbox, wetransfer or similar platforms. Specifically for videos, you may also upload those in a personal vimeo account and share the link(s) with us.
If applicable, and if you think that this will be helpful to understand the structure of the piece, provide a reduced-sized pdf with the media at the appropriate places. (Please note though that you will still need to submit the piece in a text format.)
Accepted media formats:
Audio: please use .mp3 format files.
Video: please use .mp4 or .mov files; alternatively links to videos uploaded in vimeo
Pictures: please use .jpeg or .tiff files.
Media files titles
Please title and give a number under every embedded image and video file; please make sure that media files titles correspond to the directions in the text.
Please use Harvard citation style.
Marks, L. (2002). Touch: Sensuous Theory and Multisensory Media. Minnesota, Minnesota University Press.
Bartos, A. E (2013). Children sensing place. Emotion, Space and Society, 9, pp. 1-98.
In text citation (Surname, Year) and (Surname, Year, p. no).