Call for Papers
Journal of Speculative Philosophy
Special issue on the work of Josiah Royce
The works of Josiah Royce have never enjoyed the same level of attention as those of his peers. Yet, a century after his death, Royce’s unique theories about community, inquiry, and loyalty are enjoying unprecedented attention in the American philosophical community. It seems that these theories have much to offer in an increasingly interconnected global community that’s daily redefining how people relate to one another. However, Royce’s works never envisioned the structures of power and identity at the foundation of contemporary scholarship.
Now, in honor of the centennial anniversary of Royce’s death, the Journal of Speculative Philosophy invites submissions for a special issue dedicated to the theme “Re-Imagining Royce for the Next Century.” Submissions may address how some aspect of Royce’s philosophies relates to, or must be read differently in light of, contemporary theories about race, gender, power, privilege, and oppression. Other topics of interest include how Royce’s work could operate in a global context where issues like climate change, economic development, health epidemics, and the internet provide new opportunities for and barriers to building and expanding communities.
This call for submissions is open to scholars at any stage of their academic career, from graduate students to established scholars. Submissions should be between 5,000 and 8,000 words in length.
Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com by January 15, 2016. Please prepare your submission for anonymous review.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Colleagues, if you have a manuscript on Josiah Royce, The Pluralist wants you. Let us consider your manuscript for publication in a special issue of the journal. The issue commemorates the 100th anniversary of the philosopher's death in 1916 and will be published next year. Your submission of no less than 3,000 words and not more than 8,000 words on any topic related to Royce must make use of the work of recent (writing within the past 50 years or so) Royce scholars. We welcome submissions from faculty, graduate students and independent scholars, so bring your manuscript out of that bottom drawer. Submissions should be prepared for blind review and e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 1, 2016.