Thursday, January 28, 2010

183. cfp: Speculations: The Journal of Object Oriented Ontology

conferences and calls
Submitted by syntaxfactory on January 25, 2010 - 7:57pm


Do you read "the Rosewater Chronicles? If not, you missed the awesome discussion on the rise of the object in rhetorical studies.
http://www.joshiejuice.com/blog/?p=1386

Every student enrolled in the class discussed there should send their seminar paper here, I think:

Speculations CFP
Speculations: The Journal of Object Oriented Ontology
contact email:
speculationsjournal@gmail.com
Speculations: The Journal of Object Oriented Ontology

CALL FOR PAPERS

Speculations invites articles on topics related to object oriented philosophy, speculative realism or post-continental philosophy for its inaugural issue. Articles should not exceed 8000 words and should conform to the author’s guidelines outlined on the website. Submissions can be sent
electronically via the journal website or directly to the following e-mail address: speculationsjournal@gmail.com

Speculations is an open-access peer-reviewed journal. The deadline for submissions is February 28th 2010. Issue one is due to be published in early 2010 and will include submissions from Graham Harman, Ian Bogost and Levi Byrant.

http://www.openhumanitiesalliance.org/incubator/index.php/speculations/i...

Speculations

Our Mission: Speculations is the journal of object oriented ontology. We hope to provide a forum for the exploration of object oriented ontology, speculative realism and post-continental philosophy. Our aim is to facilitate discussion about the ongoing development of object oriented ontology and in particular to explore new directions in object oriented research. The journal is open access and peer-reviewed. The journal accepts short position papers, full length articles and book reviews.

Issue one is due to be published in early 2010 and will include submissions from Graham Harman, Ian Bogost and Levi Byrant. The deadline for Issue 1 is Feb. 28th 2010.

Inquiries and submissions can be sent to speculationsjournal@gmail.com

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