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>Subject: CFP: The Situated Body: A Special Issue of Janus Head 
>(3/1/06; journal issue)
>From: "Costica Bradatan" <[log in to unmask]>
>
>Janus Head. A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Continental Philosophy,
>Literature, Phenomenological Psychology and the Arts
>
>www.janushead.org
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>JANUS HEAD 9.2 (Winter 2006/2007) - Special Issue 
>
>TOPIC:  The situated body
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>Deadline for submissions: March 1, 2006.
>
>Guest Editor: Shaun Gallagher (University of Central Florida)
>
>In recent phenomenological and analytic philosophy, as well as in the
>cognitive sciences, emphasis has been given to embodiment. Concepts of
>embodied, enactive, and situated cognition have been developed.  This special
>issue of Janus Head would like to explore questions about how the body is
>situated in both physical and social environments.  What various ways can we
>characterize a situated body, and how does situatedness affect (or effect)
>perception, feeling, and cognition more generally?  We especially encourage
>interdisciplinary approaches to these questions, including perspectives
>informed by phenomenology, philosophy of mind, neuroscience, Gibsonian and
>developmental psychologies, and discussions of self, the experience of
>others, narrative, metaphor, architecture, etc.
>
>We are also soliciting poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and visual art
>that, in some way or other, address the topic of "the situated body."
>
>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
>(footnotes should be placed at the end of paper). 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. Email
>submissions will not be accepted!
>
>CRITERIA FOR SHORT FICTION, CREATIVE NON-FICTION, & 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. Please note: We are no longer accepting poetry submissions
>via email. If you submit your poetry via email, please do not expect it to be
>reviewed. 
>
>If your submission does not follow these guidelines, it will not be reviewed.
>CRITERIA FOR ARTWORK: We are seeking artists for submissions of portfolios to
>feature in the journal. Photos, slides, and/or electronic images are the
>preferred formats. Please email the editors ([log in to unmask] ) if you
>have any questions.
>
>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
>article for distribution. Additional hard copies of the issue can be
>purchased at $10 per copy.
>
>Please send to:
>Editors
>Janus Head
>P.O. Box 1259
>Amherst, NY 14226
>
>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 email ([log in to unmask] ).
>
>Costica Bradatan
>Senior Editor, Janus Head
>
>
>The latest issue of Janus Head is now available at
>
>http://www.janushead.org
>
>It features a broad selection of essays, fiction, poetry,
>and art.
>
>--- EDITORIAL
>Brent Dean Robbins
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Editorial.pdf
>
>--- ESSAYS
>Fetishism and Bad Faith: A Freudian Rebuttal to Sartre
>Christopher M. Gemerchak
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Gemerchak.pdf
>
>Singing the World in a New Key: Merleau-Ponty and the Ontology of Sense
>Ted Toadvine
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Toadvine.pdf
>
>Elemental Sonority: Heidegger, Holderlin and Thunder
>Stephen B. Hatton
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Hatton.pdf
>
>Evil and the Ritual of Shame: A Crime Against Humanity in Bosnia-Herzegovina
>Keith Doubt
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Doubt.pdf
>
>The Loss of Language, the Language of Loss: Thinking with DeLillo on Terror
>and Mourning
>J. Heath Atchley
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Atchley.pdf
>
>Launching the Hydrapolemic: The Mythological Encounter with Polemic as
>Concept
>Kane X. Faucher
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Faucher.pdf
>
>Violence and Heterogeneity: A Response to Habermas' "Between Eroticism and
>General Economics: Bataille"
>Apple Zefelius Igrek
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Igrek.pdf
>
>Descartes in the Matrix: Addressing the Question "What is Real?" from
>Non-Positivist Ground
>Gilbert Garza
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Garza.pdf
>
>"God is dreaming you": Narrative as Imitatio Dei in Miguel De Unamuno
>Costica Bradatan
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Bradatan.pdf
>
>Painting in the Expanded Field
>Gustavo Fares
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Fares.pdf
>
>
>--- FICTION
>
>Gestures in Waiting
>Robert Vivian
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Vivian.pdf
>
>The Philosopher
>Aaron Parrett
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Parrett.pdf
>
>--- ART & POETRY COLLABORATIONS
>
>Desert Flesh and Iron
>Nat Hardy & Julian Grater
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/HardyGrater.pdf
>
>Vignettes in Stone
>Anita Lundberg & Jean Weiner
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/LundbergWeiner.pdf
>
>--- POETRY
>
>Three poems
>Ewa Lipska (translated by Margret Grebowicz)
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Lipska.pdf
>
>Sonnets to Orpheus 1.2
>Rainer Maria Rilke (translated by Rick Anthony Furtak)
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Rilke.pdf
>
>Six poems
>James Deahl
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Deahl.pdf
>
>Six poetry translations
>Ouyang Yu
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Yu.pdf
>
>Three poems
>Robert Gibbons
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Gibbons.pdf
>
>
>Three poems
>Jnana Hodson
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Hodson.pdf
>
>Five poems
>James Hoggard
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Hoggard.pdf
>
>--- BOOK REVIEWS
>The Current State of the "Question of the Animal"
>Review of Zoontologies: The Question of the Animal
>Edited by Cary Wolfe
>Reviewer: Fareed Awan
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Wolfe.pdf
>
>Restoring Life to the Treatment of Madness
>Review of History Beyond Trauma
>by Francoise Davoine & Jean-Max Gaudilliere
>Reviewer: Pam Leck
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/DavoineGaudilliere.pdf
>
>Sex of the Soul: Transsexual Identity Development
>Review of Transsexualism: Illusion and Reality
>by Colette Chiland
>Reviewer: Nadine Vaughan
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Chiland.pdf
>
>Caught in the Net and Dreaming Lucidly
>Review of Connected--Or What It Means to Live in the Network Society
>by Steven Shaviro
>Reviewer: Andrew J. Felder
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Shaviro.pdf
>
>"The rest is jelly"
>Review of Wetwares: Experiments in Post-Vital Living
>by Richard Doyle
>Reviewer: Gavin Miller
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Doyle.pdf
>
>A Passionate Embrace With Thought Itself
>Review of Intimacy or Integrity: Philosophy and Culutral Difference
>by Thomas P. Kasulis
>Reviewer: Alan Pope
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Kasulis.pdf
>
>Bodies and Thinking in Motion
>Review of Body and World
>by Samuel Todes
>Reviewer: Tom Strong
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Todes.pdf
>
>Classifications of Dissociation: Bridging Disciplines to Understand States
>of Consciousness
>Review of Mind Over Mind: The Anthropology and Psychology of Spirit
>Possession
>by Morton Klass
>Reviewer: Angelina Baydala
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Klass.pdf
>
>Does Anyone Really Know What Time Is?
>Review of Are We In Time?: And Other Essays on Time and Temporality
>by Charles M. Sherover
>Reviewer: Steven J. Hendlin
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Sherover.pdf
>
>Culture and the Western World
>Review of Thresholds of Western Culture: Identity, Postcoloniality,
>Transnationalism
>Edited by John Burt Foster, Jr. & Wayne J. Froman
>Reviewer: Van Yu
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/FosterFroman.pdf
>
>CONTRIBUTORS
>http://www.janushead.org/7-2/Contributors.pdf
>
>
>
>--
>*************************************
>Costica Bradatan,
>H-Ideas Online Editor
>
>Miami University,
>Department of Philosophy
>
>http://www.users.muohio.edu/bradatc/
>

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