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To submit your abstract (max. 300-500 words and 2 images up to 2MB), send directly to info@cityscopio.com.

In the upcoming 5th number of Sophia, which is Visual Spaces of Change: Designing Interiority - shelter, shape, place, atmosphere we are interested in original articles that discuss the core of Interiority in Architecture as a matter open to diverse ideas and practices in the realm of built space to be experienced by its inhabitants. Interiority differentiates a place of a non-place. The non-places are spots with which the individual does not create any relation; they are transit-places without memory, identity, history, personal construction, references, emotions of which solace is not a minor one. Interiority calls that kind of space that accommodates thoughts, dreams, nightmares, intimacy, changes, silence, noise, neurosis ...life. Shelter, shape, place, atmosphere portray scenarios that enhance experiences, events, occurrences beyond the functionalistic rhetoric enveloping them.

Our journal is now accepting abstracts within this framework, including an image, a photograph, a series of images or video as research instruments that may contribute to voice critically and poetically a broader understanding of designing interiority in architecture.

EDITORIAL POLICIES
01. FOCUS AND SCOPE
02. AUTHOR GUIDELINES
03. PEER REVIEW PROCESS
04. PUBLICATION FREQUENCY
05. OPEN ACCESS POLICY
06. CONTINUOUSLY OPEN FOR SUBMISSION
07. EDITORIAL ORGANISATION
08. COPYRIGHTS
09. CONTACTS


01. FOCUS AND SCOPE
scopio Sophia collection
is specifically designed to address theoretical work, and it aims to be the publishing medium for a set of exploratory and critical texts on image in the broad sense, i.e. comprehending the worlds of design, photography, film, video, television and new media.
 The etymology of the word “sophia” is closely linked to the concepts of sapience and wisdom: (Greek Σοφία, “sofía”) it is what the “wise person” has, and this word is also derived from philo+sophia (“love of wisdom”). We are interested in making scopio Sophia a mentis instrumenta capable of extending our critical knowledge and questioning the universe of image in an innovative way.
The purpose of scopio Sophia collection is to publish a set of theoretical and critical texts on image in book format; these texts can either be taken from sections of scopio magazine or submitted by new authors and other R&D national and international centers, through a call for papers. The aim is to challenge different artists and creators to publish original articles, reviews, book reviews and other texts of interest and value to this collection.

SCOPIO Sophia publishes one issue a year in English.

02. AUTHOR GUIDELINES
Theme

The global theme for our upcoming 5th number of Sophia is Visual Spaces of Change: Designing Interiority - shelter, shape, place, atmosphere. We are interested in original articles that discuss the core of Interiority in Architecture as a matter open to diverse ideas and practices in the realm of built space to be experienced by its inhabitants. Interiority differentiates a place of a non-place. The non-places are spots with which the individual does not create any relation; they are transit-places without memory, identity, history, personal construction, references, emotions of which solace is not a minor one. Interiority calls that kind of space that accommodates thoughts, dreams, nightmares, intimacy, changes, silence, noise, neurosis ...life.  Shelter, shape, place, atmosphere portray scenarios that enhance experiences, events, occurrences beyond the functionalistic rhetoric enveloping them.

 Our journal is now accepting abstracts within this framework, including an image, a photograph, a series of images or video as research instruments that may contribute to voice critically and poetically a broader understanding of designing interiority in architecture.

Paper
Submit articles as email attachments in Microsoft Word or .rtf format to info@cityscopio.com, name the file with the last name of the principal author. Bio can be included or separate.
Submissions (about 5.000 words, font size 12 pt) should be accompanied by: 1) a biographical note of 200 words pear author (sequence: first and last name, place birth and year; 2) two abstract of 300-400 words (in the language of the article and in English) 3) a list of keywords (up to 10) in the language of the article and in English; 4) up to 2 pictures in independent archive with 300 dpis (.jpeg or .tiff); 5) The tittle should be explicit and precise in english and in the language of the article; 6) References and quoting should be with Chicago method (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html); 7) Copyright Clearance: If you include materials that require copyright clearance or permissions, please provide the “permission granted” document or a contact phone or email address.

Download style guide Sophia – abstracts (PT Version)
Download Template for paper (PT Version)
Ultimate Citation Reference – http://wiht.link/citationsguide

03. PEER REVIEW PROCESS
Articles will be evaluated by two anonymous peer reviewers. Submitted articles can be rejected or be returned with the recommendation to revise and resubmit at this stage, accompanied by comments.

04. PUBLICATION FREQUENCY
Sophia is a biannual publication.

05. OPEN ACCESS POLICY
This issue is open access

06. CONTINUOUSLY OPEN FOR SUBMISSION
Our journal is now accepting abstracts related with the last call

07. EDITORIAL ORGANISATION

SOPHIA 5TH NUMBER
EDITORS
Pedro Leão Neto

Fátima Pombo


SOPHIA 4TH NUMBER


EDITORS
Pedro Leão Neto


Iñaki Bergera



EDITORIAL COLLABORATORS

José Barbedo


Eduardo Silva



REVIEWERS
Álvaro Domingues (FAUP/ CEAU)


Ana Francisca de Azevedo (DeGeoUM/Lab2PT)

David Viana (ISCTE)


Fátima Pombo (UA / DECA / ID+)

Francisco Ferreira (UM)

Isa Clara Neves (CES)


Iñaki Bergera (Arquitectura / Unizar)


Jorge Marum (CCRE/UBI)

José Barbedo (FAUP / CEAU)


José Carneiro (FBAUP)


Margarida Medeiros (FCSH)

Olívia da Silva (IPP – ESMAD)

Paulo Almeida (FBAUP)


Paulo Catrica (UNL)

Pedro Leão Neto (FAUP / CEAU)


Susana Lourenço Marques (FBAUP)


Susana Ventura (FAUP / CEAU)


Teresa Ferreira (FAUP/ CEAU)


SOPHIA 3ND NUMBER


EDITORS
Pedro Leão Neto


Susana Ventura


Iñaki Bergera — Invited Editor



INVITED AUTHORS
Paolo Rosselli

EDITORIAL COLLABORATORS
Joana Rodrigues Silva

José Barbedo

REVIEWERS

José Carneiro (FBAUP)



José Miguel Rodrigues (FAUP/ CEAU)



Iñaki Bergera (Arquitectura / Unizar) 

Marta Cruz (FAUP/ CEAU)


Miguel Leal (FBAUP)



Pedro Leão Neto (FAUP / CEAU)



Susana Lourenço Marques (FBAUP)

SOPHIA 2ND NUMBER
EDITORS
Pedro Leão Neto


Susana Ventura


Iñaki Bergera — Invited Editor



EDITORIAL COLLABORATORS


Joana Rodrigues Silva


José Barbedo

REVIEWERS


Iñaki Bergera (Arquitectura / Unizar)



Marco Iuliano (LSA/CAVA)



Olívia da Silva (ESMAD / UniMAD / P.Porto)


Paulo Catrica (UNL)



Pedro Leão Neto (FAUP / CEAU)



Teresa Ferreira (FAUP/ CEAU)

SELECTED AUTHORS
Angelo Maggi

Carlos Machado e Moura

Sebastiano Raimondo

INVITED AUTHORS
Paolo Rosselli

Mariela Apollonio



SOPHIA 1ST NUMBER


EDITORS
Susana Ventura

Edward Dimendberg — Invited Editor

EDITORIAL COLLABORATORS
Diana Carvalho



Maria Neto

REVIEWERS
Edward Dimendberg (UCI)


Joana Cunha Leal (FCSH-UNL)



Pedro Leão Neto (FAUP)


Susana Ventura (FAUP)

SELECTED AUTHORS

Eduardo Brito

Nélio Conceição

Vítor dos Reis




ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITY COURSES, RESEARCH CENTRES AND GROUPS


CCRE  - Centre for Communication and Spatial Representation (CCRE/CEAU/FAUP)

CEAU - Centro de Estudos de Arquitectura e Urbanismo Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto

DECA / ID+ - Departamento de Comunicação e Arte / Instituto de Investigação em Design, Media e Cultura

FAUP - Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto

i2ADS – Research Institute in Art, Design and Society - Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto (FBAUP)

CETAPS – Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies

CAVA - School of Architecture, University of Liverpool
Arquitectura Unizar - School of Engineering and Architecture University of Zaragoza

UniMAD - Unidade de Investigação em Media Artes e Design

EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Pedro Leão Neto (FAUP)



SCIENTIFIC AND EDITORIAL COMMISSION 

Fátima Pombo (UA / DECA / ID+)

Iñaki Bergera (Arquitectura / Unizar)

José Miguel Rodrigues (FAUP)

Marco Iuliano (LSA/CAVA)

Pedro Leão Neto (FAUP)

Susana Ventura (FAUP)



READING COMMITTEE

Álvaro Domingues (FAUP/ CEAU)

Ana Francisca de Azevedo (DeGeoUM/Lab2PT)

Andrew Higgot (AA Grad Dipl PhD)

Carlos Machado (FAUP/ CEAU)

David Viana (ISCTE)
Fátima Pombo (UA / DECA / ID+)

Gabriela Vaz Pinheiro (FBAUP)

Iñaki Bergera (Arquitectura / Unizar)

Isa Clara Neves (CES)

Joana Cunha Leal (FCSH-UNL)

Joaquim Moreno (FAUP/ CCRE)

Jorge Figueira (FCT-UC)

José Carneiro (FBAUP)

Jorge Marum (CCRE/UBI) 

Margarida Medeiros (FCSH) 

Marta Cruz (FAUP/ CEAU)

Marco Iuliano (LSA/CAVA)

Miguel Leal (FBAUP)

Olívia da Silva (IPP – ESMAE)

Pedro Bandeira (EAUM)

Pedro Leão Neto (FAUP)

Paulo Catrica (UNL)

Susana Lourenço Marques (FBAUP)

Susana Ventura (FAUP / CEAU) 

Teresa Ferreira (FAUP/ CEAU)



COLLABORATORS

Diana Carvalho (2016)

Joana Rodrigues Silva (2018 - 2019)

Maria Neto (2016)
José Barbedo (2017 - 2019)

Eduardo Silva (2019)

Rita Silva (2019)

DESIGN, PRINT & WEB DEVELOPMENT

Né Santelmo (Creative Director) 
Joana Rodrigues Silva (Collaborator)
Rita Silva (Collaborator)

TRANSLATION
Lisbeth Ferreira (2016)

08. COPYRIGHT
Articles are the intellectual property of the author. The Creative Commons copyright permits copy or dissemination for education or non-profit purposes so long as author and title of the article are included with title, volume, number and URL for the Journal.
To disseminate copies for commercial advantage requires written permission of author and publisher.
Patronage: CCRE/CEAU – School of Architecture, University of Porto
Publisher: Cityscopio – Associação Cultural

09. CONTACTS
Please direct inquiries to:
Pedro Leão Neto
José Barbedo
Susana Ventura