>From: "Septet, Yeditepe Journal of Humanities and Social Science"
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> YEDITEPE JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
> Call for Papers
> Vol. 1, No 1.
> At the Crossroads of Knowledge
> Defining Disciplines and Interdisciplinarity
>Human knowledge is divided into disciplines. Examining human
>knowledge requires us to both acknowledge the disciplinary
>divisions and rise above them. This issue will be concerned
>with defining what a discipline is, the nature of the
>boundaries between disciplines, the nature of
>interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches.
>Submissions are welcome from all disciplinary backgrounds that
>address these issues. The issues can be approached from two
>perspectives. One perspective is concerned with disciplines
>in general. The other perspective is concerned with work that
>uses a combination of disciplines. Papers are equally welcome
>from both perspectives.
>Submitted papers will be anonymously reviewed by two referees.
>Papers should be submitted in a form suitable for double bind
>refereeing. Therefore the name, affiliation and contact
>details of the author should appear on a separate title page.
>The author should only refer to previous publications and
>research in the third person.
>The primary language of the Journal is English. Papers
>concerned with precise examination of Turkish texts and
>concepts in Turkish, will be considered, and if accepted will
>be published in both Turkish and in an English translation.
>The deadline for submissions is 15th December 2003. The issue
>will appear in June 2004.
>Papers submitted for consideration should be in a Word 98 (or
>an earlier Word version) file. Papers can be submitted as a
>disc plus two hard copies or as an email attachment.
>Authors should follow the style guidelines in the Chicago
>Manual (14th Edition).
>Please address submissions to The Editor of the Journal.
>Surface mail address: Email address:
>Dr Barry Stocker [log in to unmask]
>Department of Philosophy
>Faculty of Arts and Sciences
>Septet covers the following disciplines in humanities and
>social sciences, but is not restricted to these disciplines.
>Cultural Studies and Cultural History
>History and Philosophy of Science
>History of Art and Architecture
>History of Ideas
>Literature and Comparative Literature
>Media and Communication Studies
>Science and International Relations
>Theology and Religious Studies
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