Call for Papers

We are pleased to announce the launching of the Journal of New Frontiers in Spatial Concepts: Sociohistorical, Sociotechnical and Transcultural Analysis, a new peer reviewed journal for the interdisciplinary research on the sociohistorical, sociotechnical, transcultural and philosophical analysis of spatial concepts.

It is our belief that new stimuli in research emerge from the exchange of ideas. The journal uses the possibilities of electronic publishing to offer a platform for such an exchange. We invite all scientists in the fields of philosophy, history, technical history, cultural and social sciences who are interested in technology to submit their ideas to the Journal.

The journal has an electronic format that allows immediate access to the articles and full-text searches. Its open access design facilitates the rapid worldwide dissemination of the latest research. Downloads are free of charge. The articles may be submitted in English or in German.

You can contribute via:

  • Research articles
  • Comments, critical reviews, discussions
  • Invited papers


Research Articles

We guarantee a fast-track review process whereby each author who submits an article will receive a decision within 8 weeks whether the articles will be either accepted or rejected. We may ask the authors to revise their papers. Submitting an article does not guarantee acceptance of the paper by the editors.


Comments, critical reviews, discussions

You may leave comments and critical evaluations of the articles on our web platform. Through this mechanism, the development and discussion of research is promoted. To safeguard the scientific alliance, participation in this comment feature is reserved to members of the scientific community and is not open to the general public.


Invited Papers

In this category you will find selected papers that are not peer-reviewed yet that are vetted by the editorial board, and therefore satisfy high quality standards.

KIT Scientific Publishing, Karlsruhe | Journal of New Frontiers in Spatial Concepts | ISSN 1868-6648