CFP: CFP for the Journal of Philosophy of Disability
Submission deadline: March 1, 2022
- History of Western Philosophy, Miscellaneous
- M&E, Miscellaneous
- Philosophical Traditions
- General Philosophy of Science
- Philosophy of Biology
- Philosophy of Cognitive Science
- Philosophy of Computing and Information
- Philosophy of Social Science
- Philosophy of Science, Miscellaneous
- Applied Ethics
- Normative Ethics
- Philosophy of Gender, Race, and Sexuality
- Philosophy of Law
- Social and Political Philosophy
- Value Theory, Miscellaneous
Please find below a Call for Papers for the Journal of Philosophy of Disability (JPD). Please consider sending your work on questions of disability to the JPD, and feel free to share this CFP in whatever way seems appropriate.
The JPD is a new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to questions regarding disability, broadly construed, and it is the first of its kind. Edited by Joel Michael Reynolds (Georgetown University) and Teresa Blankmeyer Burke (Gallaudet University), the journal will publish peer-reviewed articles, review essays, critical responses, and commentaries, as well as occasional topical clusters and symposia.
The editors welcome scholarship from all philosophical perspectives, including analytic, continental, and pragmatist traditions, the history of philosophy, empirically informed philosophy, non-Western philosophy, and other traditions and fields that substantively engage research in philosophy of disability.
The JPD will be published fully open-access by the Philosophy Documentation Center with assistance from Georgetown University. The JPD supports and is also supported by the Society for Philosophy and Disability. Please send your submissions to [email protected] You can find the submission guidelines at the link below.
Authors will include Eva Feder Kittay, Jürgen Habermas, Havi Carel, Leslie Francis, Kim Q. Hall, Andrea Pitts, Desiree Valentine, Joseph Stramondo, Joseph J. Fins, Kevin Timpe, Adam Cureton, David Wasserman, Melinda Hall, Chris Kaposy, Licia Carlson, and Christine Wieseler.
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