Ecozoic Spirituality: Essays in Honor of Thomas Berry
Call for Papers Date:
The Graduate Theological Foundation is proud to announce a call for contemporary essays on Ecological Ethics and Spirituality for possible publication in an anthology entitled Ecozoic Spirituality: Essays in Honor of Thomas Berry, to be published in 2008.
This book serves as an homage to the great work of Thomas Berry, and also serves to foster a diversity of contemporary ideas which advance his teachings. It is hoped that included essays will impact humanity’s understanding of its ethical and spiritual relationship with and responsibility to the Earth in what Thomas Berry calls the Ecozoic Era.
Anthology edited by Ewert Cousins, Ph.D. of Fordham University.
Deadline: January 31, 2008.
Contact: Greg Koehler, Director of Communications, Graduate Theological Foundation (email@example.com).
• Length: Essays are to be 2500-4500 words in length. Essays that are longer than the maximum will not be considered.
•Footnotes/Endnotes: all are to be formatted as endnotes.
•File type: Essays are to be submitted electronically as either a MS Word document (.doc) or a Rich Text Format document (.rtf).
•References - use APA, MLA or Chicago Manual of Style - be consistent throughout essay.
•Authors must submit a Curriculum Vitae (CV)
•Send Final and Complete essay along with author's CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
•Once submitted, you will receive an acknowledgment Email. We will notify authors of our intention to include or not include their essay by March 1, 2008.
See www.gtfeducation.org/berry for an electronic version of this Call.
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