From the European South

a transdisciplinary journal of postcolonial humanities

Calls

Current

  • issue 11 | special focus | fall 2022

    HOW DO WE LISTEN TO COLONIALISM? (ITALY AND BEYOND) Guest editors: Gianpaolo Chiriacò, Alessandra Ferlito, Emilio Tamburini The aim of this FES Special focus (Fall 2022) is to investigate the concept of sonic memory as it relates to colonialism, with a particular interest in – but not limited to – the history of Italian colonialism. […]

  • issue 11 | general call | fall 2022

    Issue 11 of From the European South (FES) is open to contributions that speak to the core interests of the journal. Please see the policies section of FES on our website. Issue 11 welcomes unpublished, original contributions that sparkle productive dialogues between the postcolonial and other critical perspectives (such as decolonial, global, environmental, gender studies […]

Past Calls

  • issue 10 | Aftermaths. Vulnerable Times, Vanishing Places, Toxic Erasures | spring 2022

    In this issue of FES 10 we intend to sound the depths of our post-virus world. The virus has only worked viciously to amplify existing unequal relations of power, biopolitical exposedness and vulnerability, in particular for people of colour, women, refugees, prisoners and other marginalised voices. Regimes of toxic erasure and selective memories have not only worked to […]

  • 9 (2021) | general issue

    Issue 9 of From the European South  is open to contributions that speak to the core interests of the journal. It welcomes unpublished, original contributions that sparkle productive dialogues between the postcolonial and other critical perspectives (such as decolonial, global, environmental, gender studies and critical theory), as well as different disciplines and geo-cultural locations. The journal is […]

  • 8 (2021) | maps, mappings and cartographic imaginings

    Issue 8 of From the European South welcomes unpublished and original contributions concerning maps, mappings and cartographic imaginings of colonial and postcolonial issues, with a peculiar but not exclusive focus on border crossings, migration crises, everyday multiculturalism and so–called ‘commonplace diversity’. Recently, the panorama of map studies has flourished into many different directions, opening to […]

  • 7 (2020) | general issue

    Issue 7 of From the European South (FES) is open to contributions that speak to the core interests of the journal. Please see the focus and scope section of FES on our website (http://europeansouth.postcolonialitalia.it/about/policies). Issue 7 welcomes unpublished, original contributions that sparkle productive dialogues between the postcolonial and other critical perspectives (such as decolonial, global, […]

  • 5 (2019) | general issue

    The next issue of From the European South (FES) is open to contributions that speak to the core interests of the journal. Please see the focus and scope section of FES on our website (http://europeansouth.postcolonialitalia.it/about/policies) Issue 5 welcomes unpublished, original contributions that sparkle productive dialogues between the postcolonial and other critical perspectives (such as decolonial, […]

  • 4 (2019) | africa’s planetary futures

    What’s new about Africa in the 21st century? Africa is experiencing a momentous technological turn and undergoing vast spatial and temporal reconfigurations, which have to do with the acceleration of the dynamics of mobility and circulation, structural demographic shifts and attendant issues of social health, the emergence of new urban forms and life styles, as […]

  • 3 (2018) | general issue

    The next issue of From the European South (FES) is open to contributions that speak to the core interests of the journal. Please see the focus and scope section of FES on our website (http://europeansouth.postcolonialitalia.it/about/policies). Issue 3 welcomes unpublished, original contributions that sparkle productive dialogues between the postcolonial and other critical perspectives (such as decolonial, […]

  • 2 (2017) | insurgencies from the south and human rights

    In line with the mission of From the European South, issue number two aims at investigating insurgent actions and discourses from the South, intended as collective and/or individual examples of forceful claiming and revising of human rights from ex-centric perspectives. The ‘South’, as an idea and as a conceptual notion, has recently experienced a re-positioning […]

  • 1 (2016) | archivi del futuro, il postcoloniale e il tempo a venire

    Il primo numero di From the European South invita studiosi delle scienze umane e sociali a sondare la presenza e le potenzialità del pensiero e delle pratiche d’intervento del paradigma postcoloniale nel contesto italiano. Scopo principale è promuovere un’analisi dell’impatto della prospettiva postcoloniale su forme, modi e contenuti del sapere nella tradizione culturale italiana, e […]