CFP: Angelaki (journal) and change of publisher info

full name / name of organization: 
Gerard Greenway
contact email: 
greenway@angelaki.demon.co.uk

A N G E L A K I
journal of the theoretical humanities

"Best New Journal"
Council of Editors of Learned Journals
(CELJ) Awards, 1996

1. General call for papers
2. New publisher announcement & frequency, etc.
3. New issue out & how to get contents listings

1. _Angelaki_ is NOW SEEKING WORK for publication in
its general/open issues for winter 1999 and the year
2000. Please visit the _Angelaki_ website for
submission information:

WWW.CARFAX.CO.UK/ANG-AD.HTM

2. _Angelaki_ announces its move to Carfax Publishing
Limited, an international journal publisher based in
Oxfordshire, UK. _Angelaki_ publishes three issues a
year. For 1998 and 1999 there will be two special/theme
issues to one general/open issue; in 2000 this is likely
to change to one special/theme issue and two general/open
issues. The format of the journal is now much larger
(17.5 cm wide x 24.8 cm deep). ISSN: 0969-725X.

3. The first issue of Volume 3 of _Angelaki_ is now
out. It is a special issue entitled _Impurity,
Authenticity and Humanity_, edited by Dr Mozaffar
Qizilbash of the Sustainable Development Policy
Institute, Pakistan. A brief blurb for the issue
follows.

  Impure philosophy cuts across the dominant
  traditions in modern western philosophy, undermining
  boundaries. The question that unifies the various
  themes of the essays and other work collected in
  this issue is whether human beings are distinctively
  impure. Different views emerge about what it is that
  characterises humans, as contributors address a host
  of familiar names in philosophy, literature and
  psychoanalysis.

  June 1998. 20 pieces. 203 pages. 124,000 words.

* For a CONTENTS LISTING OF THE NEW ISSUE,
please visit the _Angelaki_ website:

WWW.CARFAX.CO.UK/ANG-AD.HTM

* For CONTENTS LISTINGS OF BACK ISSUES
(Volumes 1 and 2), please send a request to:

GREENWAY_at_ANGELAKI.DEMON.CO.UK

A contents list of the next issue, _The Love of Music_
(3:2), is now available from the above address too.
The issue will be published in September of this year.
14 pieces. 200 pages. 120,000 words.

* For CONTENTS LISTINGS OF FUTURE _ANGELAKI_ ISSUES
(provided on publication of the issue), Carfax
Publishing run a service called SARA -- Scholarly
Articles Research Alerting. Carfax will e-mail you the
contents of _Angelaki_ issues (or issue contents of
any of their journals that you are interested in) as
they are published. To register with the service,
visit the Carfax website:

WWW.CARFAX.CO.UK

or send an e-mail message with the word info
in the body of the message to:

SARA_at_CARFAX.CO.UK

Please do distribute this post to colleagues
who might be interested.

Thank you
Gerard Greenway Winner: "Best New Journal"
managing editor Council of Editors of Learned Journals Awards, 1996

A N G E L A K I E-mail: greenway_at_angelaki.demon.co.uk
44 Abbey Road Tel: +44 (0)1865 793891
Oxford OX2 0AE Fax: +44 (0)1865 791372
United Kingdom Web: http://www.carfax.co.uk/ang-ad.htm

>From volume 3 (1998) Angelaki is to be published by Carfax Publishing Ltd.

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Received on Sun Jun 07 1998 - 13:02:09 EDT

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