Call for Papers for Global TRACES conference, due 19 Feb. 2018
This workshop will explore new transnational and multi-sensorial approaches to studying sedition, with special focus on publications banned for seditious intent in colonial India: nationalist texts intended for a mass audience during a period of low literacy levels, which were often multimedia in format (meant to be sung, orated or seen).
Two guest-edited Special Issues to watch out for: Partitions and Ethico-Aesthetic Repairs
Third Text is delighted to announce its collaboration with Bluecoat, Liverpool, to stage a one-day symposium marking the 70th anniversary of the independence of India and Pakistan from British rule.
November 15, 2017
On the occasion of Ben Enwonwu’s Centenary (1917–1994) Tate Modern organizes a Conference on Positioning Nigerian Modernism.
28–29 September, 2017
Starr Auditorium, Tate Modern
We would like to welcome and introduce three new members of the Third Text Editorial Board: Richard William Hill, Andrea Phillips and Manuela Ribeiro Sanches.
We would like to welcome and introduce a new member of the Third Text Editorial Board: Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll.
On Wednesday 30 September Third Text was officially re-launched. The re-launch issue is now available in shops and online from Taylor and Francis, please see below for a statement from the new Editor in Chief and profiles on the new Editorial Board.
Photographs from the Third Text re-launch party at Gimpel Fils on 30 September 2015. Photographs taken by Galen Riley.
The Editorial Team of Third Text has called for an open and independent review of the organization that governs the journal. This has been approved by the new chair of trustees of Black Umbrella Tony Panayiatou.
We are issuing an invitation to former members of the Editorial Board and Advisory Council and associated editors (click below) to engage in the review process and be involved in the journal’s future.
Updates on the process will be regularly posted on the website.