{call for proposal} elements in intercultural communication

Elements in intercultural communication 

‘Elements’ are 20,000-30,000 pieces of academic work published predominantly in digital format. General overview here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/elements/cambridge-elements-information-for-authors
Elements in Intercultural Communication aims to present the most up-to-date perspectives on core topics and issues in the field, including work that challenges current disciplinary or paradigmatic understandings of intercultural communication phenomena. You can find the series overview below.


Elements Proposal

Elements are short form, digital first publications of 20,000—30,000 words in length.


Information about current Elements series, and how to contact Series Editors can be found at: https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/elements/elements-series

Completed Elements proposals should be sent to the Series Editors for their consideration. You will find their details on the Elements series page on Core.


Elements Information

Series: Intercultural Communication

Series Editors: Will Baker, Troy McConachy, Sonia Morán Panero

Proposed Title of Element:

Proposed delivery date of manuscript (if proposal is accepted):


Author Information

Author’s Name:



Email address:

Contact Phone Number:


Brief Author Bio (Why are you writing this Element? What are your credentials?):







Your Element

Please give us some information below about your proposed Element, going into as much detail as you can.


Abstract (200-300 words)

Outline of contents: Please provide a short synopsis of each proposed chapter (roughly 100-200 words per chapter)


Distinctive features/ perspectives (selling points):


In text materials required?  Please give details (tables/ graphs/ photographs/ line drawings/other):


Number of colour figures Number of black and white figures Number of audio files Number of video files Number of Code Ocean Widgets Any other file formats


Pedagogical features, digital functionality, or other text extension material that could be hosted alongside the Element on the Cambridge platform?


Open Access


Information about Cambridge Elements Gold Open Access policy can be found here:



Do you want to publish your work as Gold Open Access? 



Do you have funding set up for this?




[Appendix: Series Editors can request additional information as appropriate for their series and commissioning requirements]