Septet: Yeditepe Journal of Humanities and Social Science. First Issue. At the Crossroads of knowedge: Defining Disciplines and Interdisciplinarity
Call for Papers Deadline:
YEDITEPE JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
Call for Papers
Vol. 1, No 1.
At the Crossroads of Knowledge
Defining Disciplines and Interdisciplinairty
Human knowledge is divided into disciplines. Examining human knowledge requires us to both acknowledge the disciplinary divisions and rise above them. This issue will be concerned with defining what a discipline is, the nature of the boundaries between disciplines, the nature of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches. Submissions are welcome from all disciplinary backgrounds that address these issues. The issues can be approached from two perspectives. One perspective is concerned with disciplines in general. The other perspective is concerned with work that uses a combination of disciplines. Papers are equally welcome from both perspectives.
Submitted papers will be anonymously reviewed by two referees.
Papers should be submitted in a form suitable for double bind refereeing. Therefore the name, affiliation and contact details of the author should appear on a separate title page. The author should only refer to previous publications and research in the third person.
The primary language of the Journal is English. Papers concerned with precise examination of Turkish texts and concepts in Turkish, will be considered, and if accepted will be published in both Turkish and in an English translation.
The deadline for submissions is 15th December 2003. The issue will appear in June 2004.
Papers submitted for consideration should be in a Word 98 (or an earlier Word version) file. Papers can be submitted as a disc plus two hard copies or as an email attachment.
Authors should follow the style guidelines in the Chicago Manual (14th Edition).
Please address submissions to The Editor of the Journal. (below)
Septet covers the following disciplines in humanities and social sciences, but is not restricted to these disciplines.
Cultural Studies and Cultural History
History and Philosophy of Science
History of Art and Architecture
History of Ideas
Literature and Comparative Literature
Media and Communication Studies
Political Science and International Relations
Theology and Religious Studies
Dr Barry Stocker
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Department of Philosophy
Send comments and questions to H-Net
Webstaff. H-Net reproduces announcements that have been submitted to us as a
free service to the academic community. If you are interested in an announcement
listed here, please contact the organizers or patrons directly. Though we strive
to provide accurate information, H-Net cannot accept responsibility for the text of
announcements appearing in this service. (Administration)