Submissions for the Bicicultures Book
Recognizing the bicycle's ability to cut across built, natural, and cultural landscapes, we want to demonstrate the value of qualitative scholarly work on bicycling to advocacy, policy, and activism. Essays in this collection will apply a cultural or critical theory to a real-world problem in order to show what these frameworks and approaches can teach us about everyday bicycling.

The style and language of submissions should appeal to an everyday reader and be around 1000-2000 words in length. We're looking for straightforward stories about why you study the particular cycling cultural phenomena you do, what concept best helps you understand these realms, and what your intellectual labor contributes to the topic you study.

The questions below are to give us a sense of what your final submission will address, but is not the final submission. We will begin reviewing applications after July 4th. Those chosen to submit full essays will be notified via email.
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What is the problem in the world that you set out to investigate with your research?
150 word limit
What concept, theorist, or other academic phenomenon has helped you think through this real world problem?
150 word limit
What work do you see this academic concept doing? That is, how does your intellectual process contribute to understanding real world problems?
150 word limit
If you have published a blog post or online article about your research that you use as a writing sample, please link to it here:
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