ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Inviting submissions for Visual Features and Videos for EPW Engage- DEADLINE EXTENDED

- Submit your work to with the subject line “Engage–<Title of submission>”, by December 30, 2022.

 The best submissions will be featured on the EPW Engage section. The Economic and Political Weekly [EPW] is one of the leading Social Science journals in South Asia and has offered a platform for interdisciplinary discourse since 1966. EPW Engage, the digital arm of the EPW, seeks to reimagine the possibilities offered by the digital, not only as a medium for promoting wider access, but also as a methodological shift in visualising and reformulating concepts, ideas, and research.

In this open call for Visual Features and Videos we invite you to

- Find an article in the EPW Archive

- Convert that article into a Visual Feature or a Video

Creators of all accepted submissions will be given due credit for their work along with a token honorarium.

 For examples of visual features head to 

* EPW Engage also regularly welcomes original, unpublished contributions on a variety of subjects. For more information, please see the notes for contributors our website:

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Frequently Asked Questions


1) What should be the output aspect? Will 1920 x 1080 (HD quality) be accepted?

- Yes, 1920x1080 is the recommended resolution.

2) What should be the maximum length of the visual feature/ video in minutes?

- Videos may be of any duration, ideally between 2 to 6 minutes but not exceeding 20 minutes including titles and credits.

3) Can we give credits to the institution with which we are associated (MIT School of Government, MIT World Peace University, Pune in my case) by using their logo towards the rear end of the video?'

- The creators can mention their affiliations but not use the logo of their institutions in their works.

4) What should be the output file format? Will MP4 work?

- Yes, MP4 is the recommended format.

5) Is it necessary to use full length article for the video? Or can we summarise it?

- You may summarise the article or select a section to explain or illustrate through the video.



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