Call for Papers - Volume 2 Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists
  • Call for Papers, Vol. 2, Issue 4: Open Issue

    Volume 2, Issue 4

    Open not themed issue

     

    Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists (BRILL)

    Guest Editors: Luka Boršić and Ivana Skuhala Karasman

    Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb, Croatia.

    Please submit your article for volume 2, issue 4 before June 30th 2023.

    Articles for publication in the Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists be submitted online through Editorial Manager. To submit an article, click here.
    For more details on online submission, please visit our EM Support page.

    Download Author Instructions (PDF).

    For questions, do not hesitate to contact the editors-in-chief, Ruth Edith Hagengruber ruth.hagengruber@upb.de and Mary Ellen Waithe professorwaithe131@gmail.com

     

     

  • Call for Papers, Vol. 2, Issue 3: Collecting the Heritage: South-East European women philosophers

    Volume 2, Issue 3

    Collecting the Heritage: South-East European Women Philosophers

     Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists (BRILL)

    Guest Editors: Luka Boršić and Ivana Skuhala Karasman

    Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb, Croatia.

    The third issue of the Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists (JHWP) will be dedicated to South-East European women philosophers. We invite contributions on women philosophers of the following countries (in alphabetical order): Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and Turkey. This call for papers is for a special issue that aims at collecting articles that will popularize women philosophers of South-East Europe.

    The region of South-East Europe is problematic from many perspectives. It was the region in which the famous Theodosian border cut the oikoumene in two parts which resulted in two different historical and cultural developments: Western Europe and Eastern Europe. The region is marked by a variety of perspectives and historical tensions: the Christian Europe vs. the Ottoman Empire, the Catholic “West” vs. the Orthodox “East”, communism vs. transition to capitalism, the 19th-century desire to unite vs. the late 20th-century desire to split, life at the border vs. the magnetism of the centre, periphery of the cultural world vs. authentic and independent cultural identity, shame vs. pride. The list could go on.

    Due to linguistic barriers, i.e. the Western lack of interest in getting acquainted with texts in “different” languages, works of many women philosophers of the region are still not known to the rest of the world. In order to change that, we encourage contributors to submit their texts on some of the following topics:

    • More general overviews of women philosophers of the past in particular SE European countries.
    • Intellectual biography of a single SE European woman philosopher.
    • Women’s education and philosophy.
    • Women philosophers in context:
      1. of religious and cultural diversity,
      2. of specificity of communism,
      3. of transitions.
    • Is there a common philosophical denominator of SE European women philosophers?
    • Are there specific feminist movements within single SE European countries?
    • SE European women philosophers and recent refugee crises.

    Please submit your article for volume 2 issue 3 before March 31st 2023.

    Articles for publication in the Journal of the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists be submitted online through Editorial Manager. To submit an article, click here.
    For more details on online submission, please visit our EM Support page.

    Download Author Instructions (PDF).

    If you have any questions regarding the topic of the issue, please contact our guest editors to Luka Boršić luka@ifzg.hr and Ivana Skuhala Karasman ivana@ifzg.hr.

    For further questions, do not hesitate to contact the editors-in-chief, Ruth Edith Hagengruber ruth.hagengruber@upb.de and Mary Ellen Waithe professorwaithe131@gmail.com

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