Persona Studies is a peer reviewed academic journal that explores the construction of the public self. The concept of persona is explored in its production and performance in a variety of contexts. The journal supports both traditional articles and creative practice submissions.

It is currently indexed in DOAJ and Informit-Humanities & Social Sciences Collection. It is also listed in Listed in the Ulrich’s periodicals directory and in TROVE, the National Library of Australia database.

 

ISSN 2205-5258

Current Issue

Vol. 9 No. 1 (2023): Emotion and Persona: Situating Emotion in Digital Culture
EMO-CUMULUS - THE WOODEN PERSONA AFFECT - [Bathurst Churches Garden Centre] - 2023

This Special Issue explores the interrelation of persona and self as it is formed and reformed by emotion, sentiment, affect and feeling - but perhaps foundationally it is transformed through pancultural digital reconfiguration of life.

Editors: P. David Marshall, Sally Totman and Janey Umback.

Cover Image: EMO-CUMULUS: THE WOODEN PERSONA AFFECT [Bathurst Churches Garden Centre] (2023) - Photo: by  P. David Marshall

Published: 2024-02-21
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