ESPES – New issue and CFP


The editorial team of ESPES The Slovak Journal of Aesthetics is pleased to report that the journal has just published its latest issue, titled Aesthetic Crossroads 3. The issue includes the Symposium Aesthetics in Hungary: Traditions and Perspective, co-edited by Piroska Balogh and Botond Csuka; an interview with Prof. Jana Soskova (Presov University); the English translation of Soskova’s paper ‘The Ugliness of Banal Truths’; a discussion piece by Eleonora Orlando commenting on an article published in the previous issue of ESPES; as well as three contributions in Slovak – two book reviews and the translation of Margaret Browning’s ‘Neuroscience and Imagination: the Relevance of Susanne Langer’s Work to Psychoanalytic Theory’. All contents are open access! The full issue can be viewed at the Journal’s website.

The call for Papers for the next thematic issue of ESPES ‘Everyday Aesthetics: European Perspectives’, co-edited by Elisabetta Di Stefano and Sanna Lehtinen, is also available on the Journal’s website. The deadline for submissions is 15 July, 2021.