Arts and International Affairs interrogates the nexus between the arts, politics and markets through a global perspective. Situated within international contexts, the arts encompasses the performing, creative and visual industries that envelope the modes of expression in the global political economy. AIA’s interdisciplinary style is imperative to capturing the intersections between people, their creations, their services and institutions. Artistic works often transcend borders and provoke local, national and transnational engagement.
We seek all kinds of submissions that look at any regions and art forms. AIA’s coverage of the arts does not preclude any particular form, but also actively encourages non-Eurocentric preoccupations. A peer-reviewed open access academic journal on an online platform, AIA engages these issues through textual articles and a multimedia section. AIA will be cited in the leading global reference database provider EBSCO, available in over 70 countries.
J.P. Singh, Editor, University of Edinburgh
Zach Marschall, Managing Editor, George Mason University
Seyla Benhabib, Yale University
Françoise Benhamou, Université Paris 13
Mira Burri, World Trade Institute, University of Bern
Victoria de Grazia, Columbia University
Amitai Etzioni, The George Washington University
Patricia Goff, Center for International Governance Innovation, Canada
Toby Miller, University of California, Riverside
Andrew Moravcsik, Princeton University
Christine Sylvester, University of Connecticut
David Throsby, Macquarie University
Binyavanga Wainaina, Author