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Hyphen Journal

The Hyphen Journal aims to provide a context for experiments in research writing and practice with a particular focus on research in process.

The Hyphen Journal links, juxtaposes and creates new dialogical interventions. Within the context of research in arts, media and communication, the Hyphen affords possibilities to explore the interplay between theory, practice, and research.

The Hyphen Journal intervenes within existing discourse on knowledge creation in the academia. The journal aims to provide a context for experiments in research writing and practice with a particular focus on research in process.

In/Between the doing-making of our particular creative-research practices, both delineating and linking, the hyphen gestures to an extralinguistic space of intensive qualities often lost in merely academic writing, and exposes the unique and challenging character of our chosen modality of study.

The Hyphen Journal is an open-access, interdisciplinary platform for critical thinking on the diverse practices of research at the University of Westminster.

ISSN 2633-4836


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