Challenges in peer review of scientific articles on Administration in Brazil

Sharing their experiences as authors, reviewers and editors of scientific journals, Sandro Cabral and Marcelo de Souza Bispo reflect on the challenges of the article evaluation process, criticize the current system that favors productivism, overloading the reviewers, and draws attention on the need to train good reviewers in PhD courses in Brazil. Read More →

The future of RBEP and the field of Arts in Brazil

What is the role of the Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies as a vehicle to divulge arts research in Brazil? What to expect for the future? What are the plans? And, at last, how the Arts area sees the journal in its mission to disseminate knowledge production? Read More →

How to disseminate scientific research in Performing Arts?

The history of art journals in Brazil is recent. This indicates the size of the challenges for quality publishing. How to publish without perishing? What does the publication of scientific output in performing arts mean? How can challenges and difficulties be faced as solutions? These are recurrent issues for journals in search of excellence. Read More →

Decolonial research methodologies on scenic arts

What search methodologies for which objects? The central issue of this article is to know, based on the idea that the methodologies we have come from a colonial matrix, how to create decolonial methodologies for non-colonial objects. How performance gets into this equation? Read More →

Dance, performance and gender

Gender is a fundamental category in art research in the contemporary world. In the same way, it is a founding element of decolonial concerns. This research will question the gender category within the performance and its crossings as an element for the deconstruction of a colonial thought. Read More →

The challenges of an arts journal in the Anglophone world

What are the challenges for a Latin American arts journal in the English-speaking world? How to compete with large publishing corporations? How to keep publishing in open access? How to ensure the quality on disseminating foreign and Brazilian research? Read More →

What can an art journal in terms of internationalization?

How can a journal serve as an element of exchange between foreign researchers? How does the Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies echoes in the world? How to imagine the journal’s future in the area from a Latin American and plural look? Read More →

Decolonize the curricula in scene arts

The study challenges the dance and performance curriculum in higher education. Is the curriculum a colonizer? What can a decolonial curriculum do? How to deconstruct the curriculum in arts? These are the issues discussed in the study. Read More →

The Decolonial in art research in Brazil

The discussion presented by the Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies (v.8, n.4) represents a considerable advance for the field in Brazil and abroad. The decolonial approach in research is an emerging perspective and the articles presented speak, among other things, about new methodologies, criticisms of colonial obstacles and performance analysis. Read More →

The Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies and the repercussion on the Francophone world

This post presents a survey of the impact of the Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies in the Francophone world. The important French researcher, Josette Féral, talks about the journal and the research in Scene Arts in the macro-dimension of the French-speaking world. Read More →