The Journal of Museum and Culture (published by the Chinese Museums Association) invites papers on the broad theme of 'museum boundaries'. This topic might be approached from a wide range of perspectives including but not confined to the following:
"1. Spatial: How a museum architecture or its spatial structure dialogues with its environments.
2. Categorical: The diversity of museums' types, the tendency towards digitization, virtual environment, the blurred boundary between library and museum, etc.
3. Interdisciplinary: The shifting ways of looking at the museums and their collections, such as it has happened at the anthropology museum.
4. Intertextual: how the museum and its exhibitions are situated in a textual space."
If you are interested, please email Professor Wan-Chen Chang, Graduate School of Art Management & Culture Policy, National Taiwan University or Arts.