The Newsletter of Phenomenology
Editor: Cristian Ciocan
Assistant: Ramona Cristea
The Newsletter of Phenomenology was started on the 2nd of May 2002 by the Romanian Society for Phenomenology with the collaboration of the Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology (CARP). It is sponsored by the Organization of Phenomenological Organizations (OPO). This weekly newsletter will include up-to-date information regarding the most important events in the field of phenomenology:
- calls for papers for conferences
- programs of coming conferences
- tables of contents of journals carrying phenomenological articles
- announcements of new books
- visiting professor appointments and other honors received
- reports on conferences (photos welcome), and
- other major events
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Contributions to Phenomenology, Springer Publishers
Nicolas de Warren, Wellesley College, USA
Dermot Moran, University College Dublin, Ireland
The purpose of the series is to serve as a vehicle for the pursuit of phenomenological research across a broad spectrum, including cross-over developments with other fields of inquiry such as the social sciences and cognitive science. Since its establishment in 1987, Contributions to Phenomenology has published nearly 60 titles on diverse themes of phenomenological philosophy. In addition to welcoming monographs and collections of papers in established areas of scholarship, the series encourages original work in phenomenology. The breadth and depth of the Series reflects the rich and varied significance of phenomenological thinking for seminal questions of human inquiry as well as the increasingly international reach of phenomenological research.
The series is published in cooperation with The Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology.
Series in Continental Thought, Ohio University Press
Ted Toadvine, University of Oregon
Now in its fourth decade, the Series in Continental Thought publishes philosophy and scholarship inspired by twentieth and twenty-first century European thought, especially phenomenology and post-structuralism. Featuring original works that extend the insights of continental theory in novel directions, the series encourages dialogue with other philosophical traditions and fields of research, including architecture, cognitive science, environmental studies, literary criticism, and psychoanalysis. The series also provides a forum for innovative interpretations of eminent thinkers within the tradition, such as Buber, Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, Levinas, and Derrida, as well as translations of seminal texts. Published in collaboration with the Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, Inc., the series is committed to the development of continental philosophy and the work of emerging scholars.