Question was founded by SWW DTP postgraduate researchers in 2017 and regularly publishes work by both DTP and external PhD students.

Our submissions team welcomes a range of content from academic articles and blog posts to creative writing and visual art. Submissions from all disciplines in the arts and humanities are accepted, including English Literature and Language, History, Modern Languages, Philosophy, Classics, Religious Studies, Archaeology, Fine Arts, Music, Film and many more.

To find out more, please visit the Question website.

If you would like to make a submission to the journal please click here.

Issue Five: Exchange
This fifth issue of Question focuses on concepts of ‘Exchange’. The year 2020 meant researchers would adapt to forms of emotional, intellectual and cultural exchange. This issue features articles on artistic, cinematic, political and historical exchange.
Published 23rd September 2020.
General Editors: Sam Young & Rachel Beaney

Issue Four: Myth
‘Myth’ is the topic of our fourth issue. All contributions in this issue of Question explore myth’s social, political and cultural value, analysing its representations and implications across time and cultural spaces.
Published 20th December 2019.
General Editor: Andrea Romanzi and Marta Balzi

Issue Three: Frontiers
‘Frontiers’ is the topic of our third issue. The theme is faced from different perspectives from across the Humanities, analysing it in Cinema, Theatre, translation poetry and much more, from Russia to Spain.
Published 3rd June 2019.
General Editor: Andrea Romanzi

Issue Two: Conflict
All the contributions in this second issue of Question explore the concept of ‘Conflict’. The academic articles and creative pieces included within it set out to find ways of navigating conflictual situations, whether they be social, political, physical or psychological.
Published 21st December 2018.
General Editors: Gareth Mills & Tabitha Stanmore

Issue One: Beneath the Surface
The debut issue of Question. All contributions reflect the theme of that found ‘Beneath the Surface’, with studies focusing on ancient burial sites, long-forgotten crimes and homicides, and the lost dramatic vitality of the Elizabethan stage.
Published 6th November 2017.
General Editors: Gareth Mills & Tabitha Stanmore

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