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Do you have academic papers gathering dust in you drawers? Were you unable to publish your texts because you have to pay to publish? Are there any other gatekeepers preventing you from publishing your work?
At Arts & Médias, we understand that it may be hard to get your work published before you are a recognized art historian or writer. We will gladly publish or link to those articles so it can help you obtain some public exposure.
If you wish to have a preview of what your article would look like once it's published on Arts & Médias, Toledo’s “Echo Chamber” is a good example of what a properly formatted academic paper should look like.
We also gladly accept submissions by recognized authors and academics.
Please read the instructions below. If you agree with the guidelines, and when you have gathered all that is necessary, do contact us by email.
In the case of a lawsuit by any party against or enjoining Arts & Médias, relating to a published article (including, but not limited to, libel, copyright infringement, defamation of character or plagiarism), the authors shall fully indemnify Arts & Médias from all costs, damages and demands.
There may be multiple authors per paper. In such a case, the information listed below is required for each individual.
Does this article relate to any content—artists, projects, articles, books, etc.—already referenced by Arts & Médias? If so, do not hesitate to share the links of those content pieces so we can put the content in relation.
If the paper relate to content not yet referenced, we invite you to submit a suggestion for us to add this content.
The full text itself must be submitted. If you prefer that we link to a website where the article is already published—e.g. your personal website, or a DOI URL—simply mention it. In this case, we'd need an abstract, a short excerpt, or a paragraph to entice readers to continue to the link, instead of the full text.
We generate citations for articles and books published or referenced on Arts & Médias. As such, there is additional metadata that is required for us to do this properly.
This is optional, simply mention it if you wish for us to forego this feature.
We list below what is currently ideal to obtain per type of article. Each entry is optional.