philoSOPHIA new journal

Posted: 13 de September de 2011 by Fernando Furtado in Call for Papers

philoSOPHIA: A Journal of Continental Feminism

Call for Submissions and Invitation to Subscribe

SUNY Press is pleased to announce a new biannual journal: philoSOPHIA—
a philosophical journal that intertwines the rich traditions and
conceptual resources of continental philosophy and feminist theory.
The journal is edited by Elaine Miller and Emily Zakin, both Associate
Professors of Philosophy at Miami University of Ohio.

The inaugural issue features essays that explore animal imagery in
Freud’s works, specifically with reference to the elision of the
figure of the sister and the daughter in Freud’s works; argue that
contemporary deconstructive accounts of corporeal vulnerability can be
illuminated by Beauvoir’s account of the ethical problems posed by the
experiential ambiguities of violence; bring Irigaray and Chodorow
together to compare and partially synthesize their visions of the
maternal and of mother-daughter relations; trace Kristeva’s engagement
with Plato; and argue that Beauvoir’s account of aging illuminates not
only becoming woman, but also an unbecoming of masculinity. Please see
below for the tables of contents for the entire volume year.

The editors invite submissions from scholars who work at the
intellectual and philosophical intersections of continental philosophy
and feminist theory in the hope of opening a wider dialogue around a
diverse array of questions concerning sexual difference, sexuate
identity, women writing and being written about in philosophy, and the
interrogation of canonical texts.

Please direct editorial questions to Dr. Miller (millerep@muohio.edu)
and Dr. Zakin (zakinea@muohio.edu).

For more details on the journal and subscription information, visit
http://www.sunypress.edu.

Kind regards,
SUNY Press

TABLE OF CONTENTS for Vol 1:1

Editors’ Introduction

Essays
Little Hans’s Little Sister by Kelly Oliver

“Violence Is not an Evil”: Ambiguity and Violence in Simone de
Beauvoir’s Early Philosophical Writings by Ann V. Murphy

Mother-Daughter Relations and the Maternal in Irigaray and Chodorow by
Alison Stone

Motherhood According to Kristeva: On Time and Matter in Plato and
Kristeva by Fanny Söderbäck

Disaffiliations: Beauvoir and Gorz on Masculinity as Aging by Penelope
Deutscher

Scholarly Dialogue
Jew-Greek Redux: Knowing What We Do Not Know: On Diane Perpich’s The
Ethics of Emmanuel Levinas by Claire Katz
What’s God Got to Do with It?: A Response to Claire Katz by Diane
Perpich

Book Reviews
Ellen Feder. Family Bonds: Genealogies of Race and Gender. Reviewed by
Sarah Hansen
Noëlle McAfee. Democracy and the Political Unconscious. Reviewed by
James Manos

TABLE OF CONTENTS for Vol 1:2

Essays
Reading The Second Sex Sixty Years Later by Julia Kristeva (translated
by Timothy Hackett)

Rethinking ‘Intersectionality’: Michelle Obama, Presumed Subjects, and
Constitutive Privilege by Erin Tarver

Cogito Interruptus: The Epistolary Body in the Elisabeth-Descartes
Correspondence, 22 June 1645–3 November 1645 by Kyoo Lee

The Ethics and Politics of Otherness: Negotiating Alterity and Racial
Difference by Lisa Guenther

Scholarly Dialogue
On the Historicity of the Archive: A Counter-Memory. On Lynne Huffer’s
Mad for Foucault by Shannon Winnubst
Lynne Huffer’s Mad for Foucault: An Analysis of Historical Eros? by
Laura Hengehold
Foucault’s Bad Angels of History by Lynne Huffer

Book Reviews
Penelope Deutscher. The Philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir: Ambiguity,
Conversion, Resistance. Reviewed by Debra Bergoffen
Gail Weiss. Refiguring the Ordinary. Reviewed by Ann Murphy
Alison Stone. An Introduction to Feminist Philosophy. Reviewed by Sara
McNamara
Shannon Sullivan. Revealing Whiteness: The Unconscious Habits of
Racial Privilege. Reviewed by Jessica Wahman

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