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>CALL FOR PAPERS
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>Janus Head: An Interdisciplinary Journal
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>http://www.janushead.org
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>SPECIAL ISSUE: Goethe's Delicate Empiricism
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>Guest Editors:
>Craig Holdrege, Director of the Nature Institute
>William Bywater, Professor of Philosophy, Allegheny College
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>Please submit your writing--including poetry and fiction as well as
>theory--considering all aspects and applications of Goethe's methodology.
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>Essays on the following topics are most welcome:
>-- the philosophical and spiritual foundations of the method
>-- the historical context of the development of the method
>-- the impact of the method on 20th Century and contemporary humanistic
>and scientific theorizing
>-- the use of the method in contemporary study of life
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>Creative work which reflects the scope, power, or impact of Goethe's
>approach to nature, imagination or knowledge is especially invited.
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>Deadline for submissions: August 15, 2004
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>Janus Head is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that is
>especially interested in the intersection among continental philosophy,
>phenomenological psychology, literature and the arts. The journal is
>available in hard copy and on-line formats.
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>CRITERIA FOR ESSAYS:
>Submissions should be no longer than 10,000 words. Works should be typed
>and double-spaced. Format requirements: APA or MLA styles. Submit one
>disk or CD and two (2) copies to the address below. Your essay should
>include a brief abstract (120 words or less). Also include a brief
>biography for the contributors page, should your paper be accepted. Make
>sure to include all relevant contact information, including a permanent
>e-mail address. E-mail submissions will not be accepted!
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>CRITERIA FOR SHORT FICTION AND POETRY:
>Please include a cover letter, a short biography, and correspondence
>information. Short fiction should be typed and double-spaced and should
>be no longer than 9000 words (about 36 pages or shorter). Poetry should
>be typed in the format in which it is intended to be printed. Three to
>five poems are the suggested number for poetry submissions. Submit one
>disk or CD and two (2) copies to the address below. Poetry, if 300 words
>or less, may be sent via e-mail to [log in to unmask] (but please
>include full correspondence address). If your submissions does not
>follow these guidelines, it will not be reviewed.
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>CRITERIA FOR ARTWORK:
>We are seeking artists to submit portfolios to feature in the journal.
>Photos, slides, and/or electronic images are the preferred formats.
>Please e-mail the editors if you have any questions: [log in to unmask]
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>Note:
>1. Essay and poetry submission materials will not be returned. However,
>art, photography and other materials will be returned, if you include a
>self-addressed, stamped envelope.
>2. Upon the acceptance of your paper, Janus Head reserves the right to
>use your work for promotional purposes, anthologies, etc. However, you
>are welcome to publish your work elsewhere as you see fit.
>3. Contributors will get a complimentary hard copy of the issue in which
>their work appears, as well as access to an electronic PDF file of their
>articicle for distribution. Additional hard copies of the issue can be
>purchased at $10 per copy at the Janus Head website.
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>Please send to:
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>Editors
>Janus Head
>P.O. Box 7914
>Pittsburgh, PA 15216-0914
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>Authors should include their e-mail address. Allow at least 3-6 months
>for the review process and editorial decisions. Notice of receipt of
>materials can be obtained by e-mail at [log in to unmask]
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