CFP: SI Hegel Bulletin "Racism and colonialism in Hegel's philosophy" (ed. James/Knappik)
Submission deadline: October 31, 2021
The Hegel Bulletin will publish a special issue devoted to the topic of ‘Racism and Colonialism in Hegel’s Philosophy’, guest edited by Daniel James (Duesseldorf) and Franz Knappik (Bergen), following an online workshop in April 2022. We welcome contributions that explore racist and pro-colonialist elements in Hegel’s philosophy, their historical and systematic context, and the role of these topics in Hegel’s legacy. Themes relevant to this special issue are the role of race, ethnicity, colonialism, colonial slavery, eurocentrism, white ignorance and universalism in Hegel’s thought, and the historical context of such aspects in Hegel’s thought; Hegel’s impact both on racist/pro-colonialist and anti-racist/anti-colonialist thought; and the place of these topics in academic teaching on Hegel. Abstracts, draft papers and complete papers can be submitted in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and German. Accepted papers in languages other than English will be translated into English for publication. Confirmed contributors: Elvira Basevich, Michael Hardimon, Kimberly Ann Harris, Karen Ng. Deadlines: October 31st, 2021: submission of extended abstracts February 28th, 2022: submission of draft papers, to be discussed at an online workshop in April 2022 June 30st, 2022: submission of final papers for blind review Please see the full call for papers for more information, available at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/hegel-bulletin/call-for-papers.