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Subject: Call for Journal Submissions: Performance Philosophy, Vol.2
(2016) - deadline 30th Nov. 2015
From:    "Performance Philosophy" <mail at performancephilosophy.ning.com>
Date:    Tue, August 11, 2015 10:28 am
To:      "aha at aharonic.net" <aha at aharonic.net>
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Call for Journal Submissions

Performance Philosophy Volume 2 (2016)



Edited by Daniel Watt

Deadline for submissions: 30th November 2015

This is an open call for submissions to Volume 2 of the online journal,
Performance Philosophy.

Performance Philosophy is an emerging interdisciplinary field of thought,
creative practice and scholarship, supported by an international network
of nearly 2000 scholars and artists. As an international, peer-reviewed,
open access journal, Performance Philosophy publishes articles that
interrogate what this field might be and that test the relationship
between performance and philosophy in all its possible configurations,
including the philosophy of performance as well as
performance-as-philosophy and philosophy-as-performance.

This is not a themed issue therefore your submission may cover any of the
broad range of topics covered by the journal. Volume 1 provides an
indication of the potential breadth of subjects addressed by Performance
Philosophy http://www.performancephilosophy.org/journal/issue/view/1

Selected articles in Volume 1 also provide initial examples of the
possibilities of publishing in this form in terms of the use of images,
diagrams, embedded video and sound files. See:

http://www.performancephilosophy.org/journal/article/view/30/59

http://www.performancephilosophy.org/journal/article/view/15/37
(http://www.performancephilosophy.org/journal/article/view/30/59)

We are interested in scholarship and practice research that draws on a
broad range of philosophical traditions, concerned with any aspect of
philosophy, whether from Continental or Analytic traditions or beyond, and
with any discipline or definition of performance, including but not
limited to drama, theatre, dance, music, performance art, live art, screen
performance and performance/performativity in everyday life. Published
annually, Performance Philosophy showcases the best original research in
this emerging field.

Complete submissions of 6-8000 words, including max. 200-word biographies,
should be sent to the editor, Dan Watt by 30th November 2015 via the
online submission portal at http://www.performancephilosophy.org/journal
 Publication of Performance Philosophy, Volume 2 will be in April 2016.
For full details regarding submission and review policy, please
see http://www.performancephilosophy.org/journal/about/submissions

Please send any queries to Dan Watt at d.p.watt at lboro.ac.uk
(mailto:d.p.watt at lboro.ac.uk)



Peer Review Process

Performance Philosophy operates a system of double-blind peer review.
Every article that is accepted for consideration will be evaluated by two
external referees, selected by the Editors based on their areas of
expertise. The Editors will make the final decision about publication or
assess the need for further revision.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the
principle that making research freely available to the public supports a
greater global exchange of knowledge. We do not charge fees for accessing
articles, nor for publishing or processing submissions.

Author Guidelines

Performance Philosophy only considers submissions that have not been
previously published, and are not under consideration for publication with
another journal. We do not charge fees for publishing or processing
articles. Submit your article via the website as an OpenOffice, Microsoft
Word, or RTF format. A typical article will be 6000-8000 words including
notes, though other formats are welcome in consultation with the editor.
An abstract of 200 words and author(s) biography(ies) of 100-150 words
should be included in the submission.

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http://performancephilosophy.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

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