“Book Encounters” for PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture
PhaenEx, the online journal for the Society for Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture, is looking for submissions for the “Book Encounters” section of their publication. We are looking for reviews of books (preferably published in 2009 or later) relating to the interests of our readers, including phenomenology, psychoanalysis, hermeneutics, feminist philosophy, queer theory, philosophy and literature, bioethics (broadly construed), existentialism, critical theory, biopolitics, deconstruction, animal studies, etc. We are also looking for creative projects that may not correspond to the typical model of a review such as interviews, dialogues, or more creative pieces about “encountering” recent publications. PhaenEx publishes two editions each year in Spring and Fall.
For more information, please contact Bronwyn Singleton at bronwyn.singleton AT utoronto.ca, or click here.
Note that we do welcome (high-quality) submissions from graduate students. If you are new to publishing and unsure how to get involved please don’t hesitate to contact me. Finally, please note that we are a feminist friendly publication!
Day: January 11, 2011
Didn’t you mean ‘congress*man*’?
If you type in ‘congresswoman assassinated’, google asks if you meant ‘congressman’. It might seem this means that google thinks ‘congresswoman’ isn’t a word, but the truth is more complex. (Thanks, Jeff!)