The international health emergency has weakened the relationship between immigration and globalisation which historically had global cities as a meeting place. The pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on the dynamics of international economic migration. In the industrialized States, there has been a decline in new arrivals and some resident immigrants have decided to return to their countries of origin. Global cities, never so dark, deserted, and silent, have become the iconic representation of the crises produced by the pandemic.
Issue 2021, 3: Cities and Migration in the New Post-Pandemic Normal
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Glocalism” is a peer-reviewed, open access and cross-disciplinary journal that aims at stimulating increasing awareness and knowledge around the new dynamics that characterise the glocal reality.
A journal on glocalism that corresponds with the very concept of being glocal and wants to be recognised in a cultural-academic context can only be available on-line.
So as to elicit as much on-line discussion as possible among academics, each edition of the journal will:
a) deal with a main subject and
b) be characterised by research essays (received after the call for papers and subjected to double-blind peer-review).
As “Glocalism” is a four-monthly journal, three issues will be published annually: at end-March, end-July, end-November. The publication of each issue is preceded by the publication of the Call for papers for the following monographic issue.