We are pleased to announce the launch of the latest issue of Scenario Journal — SCENARIO 6: Migration.
This issue, long in the making, tackles this pressing and loaded topic through a range of disciplinary perspectives, reflecting on a diverse suite of fascinating stories of migration: of people, of animals, of plants, of materials, of habitats and climate zones, of coastlines and entire urban regions.
Migration is a fundamental process that sustains communities, but it also represents some of our greatest social anxieties. As such, it has become difficult to speak of migration of any sort without entering a semantic minefield. This issue dives headlong into the contentious vocabulary of migration, investigating it at a variety of scales and in a variety of places.
SCENARIO 6: Migration brings together critical essays, projective design proposals, rich photo pieces, historical research, and speculative fiction. Contributors include Steven Handel, Karl Kullmann, Ian Caine and Derek Hoeferlin, Traumnovelle, Wim Wambecq and Bruno De Meulder, Roland Kays, Alex Klatskin, Fadi Masoud, Maria Gabriella Trovato, Tami Banh and Antonia Rudnay, Mike Yengling, Audrey Burns Leites, and Eduardo Rega.
The full issue of SCENARIO 6: Migration is available online, free of charge. As always, Scenario Journal is committed to creating open access content for diverse audiences on topics central to our global urban condition. We hope you enjoy reading it and pass it on to your friends and colleagues.
Stephanie Carlisle and Nicholas Pevzner
Editors-in-Chief // Scenario Journal