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CALL FOR PAPERS
Established in 2003 as the first online, open-access, and double-blind peer-reviewed journal in aesthetics, Contemporary Aesthetics provides a forum for constructive and innovative works that probe current issues and stretch the borders of aesthetics.
The journal welcomes papers for the 2021 issue. Please, find further details in the attached pdf, and on the journal’s website.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Contemporary Aesthetics, the first online, free-access, and peer-reviewed journal in aesthetics, invites submission of articles (7,000 words written in English) discussing aesthetic issues of contemporary relevance that are accessible to readers from diverse disciplinary and cultural backgrounds. We also welcome Short Notes of 300-800 words that address one specific issue, an insight gained from a book, a response to an article previously published in our journal, or a summary of a recently published book that is not available in English. We don't have a specific deadline and we will publish accepted works as soon as they are ready. For more information, visit our website at https://contempaesthetics.org/.
Contemporary Aesthetics is pleased to announce the publication of Special Volume 5 (2016) "Contemporary Perspectives on Philosophy and Film."
This volume was guest edited by Stefan Deines (University of Macau and Goethe University) and Mario Wenning (University of Macau and Sun Yatsen University, Guangzhou). The papers published in this special volume present contemporary philosophical perspectives on the epistemic, ontological, and ethical characteristics and potentials of film. The papers emerged out of presentations that were given during a conference that was held at the University of Macau on March 31 and April 1, 2015. Authors include Robert Sinnerbrink, Martin Seel, Josef Früchtl, Jean-Yves Heurtebise, Paisley Livingston & Trevor Ponech, Law Nga-chun & Lo Chun-cheong, and Angela Keppler.
Contemporary Aesthetics, Volume 14 (2016)
Deadline: November 1, 2016
Contemporary Aesthetics invites papers for its fourteenth volume . The purpose of Contemporary Aesthetics is to publish international, interdisciplinary, peer- and blind-reviewed articles on contemporary theory, research, and application in aesthetics. CA invites submissions of articles no greater than 7,000 (including abstract and notes). Articles that are primarily historical or that focus on particular art works or individual artists are not appropriate to the mission of this journal. We welcome the use of visual images and auditory and video clips to illustrate the text. Discussions should be accessible to an audience across disciplines and promote conversation across fields and practices. For more information about submitting work to Contemporary Aesthetics, visit www.contempaesthetics.org.
CA is an open access journal and may be accessed, downloaded, and copied free of charge. Contemporary Aesthetics is published by Contemporary Aesthetics, Inc. and is incorporated in the State of Maine, USA, and licensed as an Exempt Charitable Organization. The journal began publication in 2003 and is published on a rolling basis with new content added to each Volume throughout the year. The completion of each Volume is at end of the calendar year. CA is archived annually by MPublishing, a division of the University of Michigan Library, and its operating costs are partially supported by the Rhode Island School of Design. WorldCat lists Contemporary Aesthetics as available to 568 academic libraries worldwide as a scholarly resource (as of November 4, 2015). The journal is also abstracted or indexed in EBSCO, The Philosopher's Index, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Genamics JournalSeek, CiteFactor, PhilPapers, and H.W. Wilson.