Flusser Studies - Journal of Cultural and Media Theory http://www.flusserstudies.net/ Flusser Studies is an international e-journal for academic research dedicated to the thought of Vilém Flusser (1920-1991). In addition to publishing articles about Flusser's work, the journal seeks to promote scholarship on different aspects of specifically interdisciplinary and multilingual approaches Flusser himself developed in the course of his career as a writer and philosopher. These approaches range from Communication Theory to Translation Studies, Cultural Anthropology to the New Media. Flusser wrote his texts in different languages, translating himself over and over again, moving from English, to Portuguese, German, French and back again. Similarly he worked by juxtaposing and contaminating different discourses: philosophy, anthropology, communication theory, art and design, zoology to mention only a few. Among his most original contributions in this context are his philosophical fictions - above all Vampyroteuthis infernalis - scientific fables on the borderline of literature, science and philosophy. Flusser Studies is published twice a year. Publication languages include English, German, French, Brazilian and Czech. Some editions will be dedicated to a specific area of research. ISSN 1661-5719 Flusser Studies is a peer reviewed open access journal. Editorial Board All papers are thoroughly double-blind peer-reviewed for originality, soundness, significance and relevance. Authors will be notified of the status of their papers within two months of submission. Editorial Board: Rainer Guldin (Editor-in-Chief, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland), Anke Finger (University of Connecticut, USA), Gerhard Fröhlich (University of Linz, Austria), Gustavo Bernardo Krause (Universidade do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Mark Poster (University of California, Irvine, USA), Jirí Bystricky (Carl's University Prague, Czech Republic).