Journal History

Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue is a multidisciplinary academic journal founded by
Otago Polytechnic Te Kura Matatini ki Otago in 2003 as a forum for trans-disciplinary discussion,
analysis, and critique.

Junctures encourages discussion across boundaries, whether these are disciplinary, geographic, cultural, social or economic. Junctures embraces the long established fields of the humanities, science, law, medicine and philosophy, as well as engaging with the challenges of more recent disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields. Each issue of Junctures is organised as a site of encounter around a theme. This allows us to highlight the resonances and disturbances of dialogue. With New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region as a backdrop, but not its only stage, Junctures seeks to address the matters which concern us all as we negotiate the contemporary

Junctures is fully blind peer reviewed and catalogued on the Ulrichs Periodicals directory, Thomson Gale databases: Academic OneFile, Literature Resource Center and Expanded Academic and in EBSCO databases.

Annual subscription:
NZ$100 institutional domestic; NZ$140 institutional overseas; NZ$40 individual domestic; NZ$65 individual overseas.

Requests for subscriptions should include complete mailing address and payment by international money order or credit card and should be sent to: Subscriptions,
Junctures, Otago Polytechnic Te Kura Matatini ki Otago, Private Bag 1910, Dunedin, New Zealand.

ISSN: 1176-5119 (print)
ISSN: 1179-8912 (online)

Junctures is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives
Works 3.0 New Zealand licence (cc-by-nc-nd), unless otherwise indicated.
Copyright in all images remains with the artists, unless otherwise indicated.

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Editor, Junctures, Otago Polytechnic Te Kura Matatini ki Otago, Private Bag 1910, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Editors: Susan Ballard and Bridie Lonie

Editorial Assistant: Pam McKinlay.
Design and Typesetting: Suzanne Thornton, Design Hub.
Printing: Uniprint, University of Otago, Dunedin.