CFP: THE MORAL PSYCHOLOGY OF FEAR

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THE MORAL PSYCHOLOGY OF FEAR

Edited volume in the Moral Psychology of the Emotions series (Rowman and Littlefield, series editor Mark Alfano)

Volume editor: Ami Harbin

Abstracts of 250 words are invited by December 1, 2022.

Papers might address philosophical dimensions of fear as they connect to some of the following themes:

·       Environmental collapse

·       Natural disaster

·       Public health crises

·       Heteronormativity and gender binarism

·       Fear and anxiety

·       Mental illness

·       Mad studies

·       Moral failure

·       Psychoanalytic approaches

·       Caregiving

·       Disability

·       Prisons, policing, and abolition

·       Virtual reality and gaming

·       Artificial intelligence

·       Social movements

·       Pandemics

·       Risk perception

·       ‘Culture of fear’ literature

·       Political conflict

·       Civil war

·       War and terrorism

·       Trauma

·       Fear, fascism, authoritarian politics

·       Migration and refugee status

·       Defense of self and other

·       Race, racism and racial identity formation

SUBMISSION DETAILS

Submissions of 250-word abstracts with titles should be submitted by December 1, 2022. Accepted chapters will be a final length of 8000 words. 

 

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