Call for Abstracts for the next general issue of Film-Philosophy (23:3), which is due to be published in November 2019.
The organisers request abstracts of no more than 500 words in the first place, and then ask a selection of these authors to provide full papers of around 7,500 words. Only one proposal per author please.
Timetable for Film-Philosophy 23:3 (2019):
1 March 2019: Deadline for 500-word Abstracts
7 March 2019: Decisions on abstracts made
15 April 2019: Deadline for full 7500-word papers (formatted in APA style)
April – June 2019: Peer-Review and Copy-editing
Please note that accepted authors will be expected to produce the final paper very quickly.
Acceptance of abstract is not a guarantee of acceptance of paper.
Abstracts should be submitted via the submissions site here by 1 March 2019: www.film-philosophy.com/index.php/f-p/about/submissions/
The Editorial Board of Film-Philosophy is committed to equality, diversity and inclusivity and implements reviewing, commissioning and publishing processes that reflect these values. Film-Philosophy endeavours to be a forum where scholars from diverse backgrounds can engage in film-philosophical debates.
Film-Philosophy is published by Edinburgh University Press: www.euppublishing.com/r/film-philosophy