Call for Papers: Ethical Leadership/Justice and Military Ethics
The 7th volume of The International Journal of Ethical Leadership (IJEL), as well as all previous volumes, are now available online through the Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Scholarly Commons at: scholarlycommons.law.case.edu/ijel. For our 8th volume, we are seeking articles (2,000 to 5,000 words) from diverse (academic, professional, lay) perspectives relevant to theoretical and practical approaches to ethical leadership and relating to the topic of JUSTICE. The deadline for submissions is March 15, 2021. Learn about the IJEL and our Call for Papers here, including the Inamori Center’s Conversations on JUSTICE series.
We are also pleased to announce the 3rd annual Call for Papers for the Inamori International Thesis Prize in Military Ethics. The deadline for submissions is February 15, 2021. Learn more about the competition and our Call for Papers here. In an effort to foster global discussion of pressing issues in military ethics and improve the accessibility of the field in languages other than English, the Inamori Center publishes the winning theses, in print and online, in multiple languages. The 2019 and 2020 prize winners are being published in English, French, and Spanish and will be available as a special volume of IJEL soon.
Dates: April 9-11, 2021
Location: Online, via Microsoft Teams
Deadline for Submissions: February 1st, 2021
Notification of Acceptance: by March 1st, 2021
Any paper that relates to the theme of ethics in action, broadly construed, will be considered. Topics might include, but are not limited to, trends in ethics, interpersonal ethics, social ethics, ethics within and across disciplines and specialties, the intersection of ethics and politics, applied and professional ethics, metaethics, and ethical theory.
This year’s conference will also feature a special stream for presentations related to the topic of “The Crisis of American Democracy.”
We hope to have an interdisciplinary event and welcome submissions from undergraduates, graduate students, and professional philosophers, as well as from a range of fields including philosophy, law, public policy, business, medicine, history, religious studies, political science, social science, or related fields. Submissions from active scientists, researchers, or practitioners are also welcome, particularly insofar as those presentations could complement the theme of the conference. We also especially welcome proposals from women and minorities, and are committed to making this year’s conference inclusive and welcoming to all.
**There will be a prize package for the best undergraduate paper.**
**There will be a prize package for the best graduate student paper.**
To submit a paper for consideration, please submit an extended abstract of up to 500 words. All submissions will be peer-reviewed. Please submit abstracts as .doc, .docx, or .pdf, below.
Final papers should be suitable for a 20-30 minute presentation. Presentations should aim to be accessible and lively as part of constructive, collaborative, informal sessions.
Derrick Darby, Rutgers University
The Great Lakes Philosophy Conference is being hosted by Siena Heights University, with generous support from the Aquinas Forum at Siena Heights University. Send any questions to Leland Harper, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Siena Heights at firstname.lastname@example.org
Migration and Mobility
Special Issue of Essays in Philosophy
Volume 22, Number 1
Issue Date: January 2021
Submission Deadline: September 1, 2020
General Editor: Ramona Ilea, Pacific University
Issue Editor: Alex Sager, Portland State University
Essays in Philosophy is currently accepting submissions for a special issue called “Migration and Mobility.” For this issue, we seek articles on migration and mobility, broadly understood. We are particularly interested in articles that draw on critical race theory, postcolonial theory, queer theory, and indigenous, Latinx, and African philosophies, as well as articles that engage with pressing contemporary issues and proposals for transforming current migration regimes.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- The colonial and imperial legacies of migration and their implications for justice
- South-south migration and moving beyond Eurocentrism
- Internal migration and urbanism
- Migrant resistance and political movements
- Migration, racial, and economic justice
- Immigrant detention and the industrial prison complex
- Border militarization and state violence
- Immigration enforcement, externalization, and accountability
- Sanctuary (in the city and beyond)
- The promises of local, urban, and transnational citizenships
- Climate migration and the refugee regime
- Refugee camps and forced immobility
- Gender and migration (including gender-based violence and persecution)
- Migration, big data and surveillance
- Radical political economy and migration
- Borderlands, borderwork, and critical border studies
All submissions should be sent to the General Editor, Ramona Ilea, by email to email@example.com.
Essays in Philosophy is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal. The Board of Advisors is listed with the Editorial Team.
Please consult the journal’s Submission Guidelines before submitting your manuscript.
Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal is produced and edited entirely by undergraduate students. We aim to enrich student learning by providing an opportunity for undergraduate students to have their original scholarly work reviewed by or published in a peer-reviewed academic journal.
Episteme is a student-run journal that aims to recognize and encourage excellence in undergraduate philosophy by providing examples of some of the best work currently being done in undergraduate philosophy programs. Episteme is published under the auspices of Denison University’s Department of Philosophy. We publish a journal in print each Spring. We are proud to announce the twenty-seventh volume of Episteme, which you can download from Episteme’s website. Specially requested print editions have been shipped. This year’s submissions spanned a diverse body of philosophical literature from philosophy of feminism to Kripke’s philosophy of language, and they included authors as far-flung from as the Kyoto University. We hope that an even broader host of students are encouraged to participate in the next volume.
Discussions is an undergraduate run, peer-reviewed research journal that publishes undergraduate research in all fields of study. Discussions publishes several times every year.
Lex Modestum is a student run undergraduate philosophy journal dedicated to providing opportunities to aspiring philosophers. We accept original philosophical works from undergraduate students in both Analytic and Continental strains of thought. Along with the traditional essay format, we are also interested in presenting unique philosophical ideas via original modes of presentation (e.g. dialogues, poems, artwork, and short stories).