The journal Philosophia Africana seeks papers for its special issue on Chinua Achebe. We want papers that address the significance of various aspects of Achebe’s work in relation to problems in philosophy. An appropriate topic may address, for example, an issue or issues in any of these areas: aethetics, existentialism, ethics, social or political theory, theories of gender, colonial or postcolonial identity, morality of international relations, conceptions of time or history, nature of language, grounds for religious belief, epistemology of cross-cultural translation, and so on.
Completed papers are due on or before 15 July 2005. Maximum length of each submission: 7000 words. For instructions about style, go to the web address shown below. Submissions may be sent electronically to Peter Gratton at the following e-mail address, or by post to: The Editors, Philosophia Africana, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University, 2352 North Clifton Ave, Room 150, Chicago, IL 606614.
Department of Philosophy
2352 N. Clifton Ave, Room 150
Chicago, IL 60614
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