The scholarly quality of the articles will be secured through a double blind peer review process.
The content will be published in different languages, including those used in the region the journal concentrates upon – always with a summary in English.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
All Apparatus articles undergo a double blind peer review process.
Apparatus is accessible free of charge ensuring maximum accessibility and international dissemination of the journal content. Apparatus encourages writers engaging in the field to use the journal as a forum for communication for bridging the East-West divide.
Apparatus accepts both unsolicited and solicited submissions. The journal is published twice a year either as an open call issue or a special issue. The electronic form of publishing allows not only for illustrations but audio or video files.
We invite articles based on original research and welcome contributions in your native language.
The JDC Archives Documentary Film Grant competition open!
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is accepting applications for the JDC Archives Documentary Film Grant. The $10,000 grant is for post-production and/or distribution costs of a documentary film which draws on the JDC archival collections (http://archives.jdc.org). Applications are due by February 15, 2017. Vist http://archives.jdc.org/about-us/fellowships.html for further information.
Wikimedia Fellow Program "Freies Wissen" awarded to an Apparatus Project
Adelheid Heftberger, editor of Apparatus, has been awarded a Fellowship from the Wikimedia Foundation Germany. In her project "Enhanced publications: Filmographic Data as Linked Open Data and the Implementation of Audiovisual Media" she will focus on the integration of video content within Open Access publications. Adelheid will explore different video standards and e-publishing formats and will investigate both the technical challenges as well as issues related to rights management. At Apparatus we take Open Access and Open Science seriously and therefore are happy to support the project.