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>From: "Thomas Philbeck" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Nietzsche and Interdisciplinarity: 
>InterCulture E-journal (3/15/06; e-journal issue)
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>     Nietzsche and Interdisciplinarity
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>       InterCulture (ISSN 1552-5910),  an 
>Electronic Journal published by Florida State 
>UniversityŪs Interdisciplinary  Program in the 
>Humanities, is seeking papers for its Spring 
>2006 issue.  Friedrich Nietzsche is well known 
>for his influence on multiple disciplines in 
>the modern era, for his forward looking 
>philosophy, and also for his conception  of 
>culture, cultivation, bildung.
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>       InterCulture would like to publish papers 
>concerning  NietzscheŪs contribution to modern 
>discourse in various disciplines as well as 
>those that address his own interdisciplinary 
>approach to philosophy and culture.  While his 
>work influenced literature, classics, 
>philosophy, psychology,  religion, history, 
>education, it is also a product of these areas 
>of academic  study since he produced his work by 
>interrogating the presuppositions of these 
>fields as well as others.  Papers that  address 
>NietzscheŪs methods, themes, philosophy, 
>influence, and/or consequences  as they relate 
>to these fields or to modern culture are welcome.
>       
>       The journal will publish the issue May 15, 
>2006. Please send  completed articles for review 
>by March 15th to Thomas Philbeck,  managing 
>editor, at [log in to unmask]
>       Please include žInterCultureÓ in Subject line.
>       
>       InterCulture is an e-journal focused upon 
>the  interdisciplinary study of world cultures, 
>the celebration and contemplation of  cultural 
>diversity, and exploration of the commonalities 
>of the human  condition. InterCulture exists to 
>publish articles and media written from an 
>interdisciplinary perspective, without any 
>preference for a particular  theoretical 
>approach. Creative work, book, film and music 
>reviews are accepted  as well.
>
>   InterCulture publishes material on a rolling 
>basis; please allow 1-3 months for  review. 
>Articles should be submitted in MSWord or .RTF 
>format and be between  3-6K words in length; 
>book, film, and music reviews should be between 
>750-1250  words. Submissions are peer-reviewed.

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