Special Issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities dealing with Pride and Humility (due November 1, 2012)
This issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities draws upon the widest variety of insights from the humanities to addresses the difficult and even paradoxical questions around pride and humility. Topics related to this theme include, but are not limited to: hubris, victory disease, group think, narcissism, esteem, genuine pride, narcissistic pride, identity pride, vulnerability, anatta, egolessness, openness, epoché, bracketing, indeterminacy, and cognitive conflict.
For more information contact and/or to submit manuscripts for publication consideration, contact Shawn Tucker at pridehumilityih at gmail dot com.
Interdisciplinary Humanities is a refereed scholarly journal, published three times a year by the Humanities Education and Research Association.
Submission Guidelines: Use the Chicago Manual of Style. All notes should appear as endnotes at the conclusion of your essay, and should precede any bibliographical listings and appendixes. We ask that you have full bibliographic citations before you send your essay.
Essays should be typed and double-spaced, formatted for printing, on standard paper with one-inch margins and submitted electronically as Microsoft Word documents to Shawn Tucker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Place your name and affiliation in the upper right hand corner of the first page of your manuscript.
Essays should not exceed 6,000 words. Interdisciplinary Humanities observes a "blind reading" policy, and considers carefully the recommendations of outside readers whose expertise corresponds with the essay's subject matter. If you would like to use reproductions of images, we ask that you procure copyright permission for these once your essay is accepted. Camera-ready line illustrations and high resolution black and white photographs often reproduce well. Permissions and copyright fees, if any, are the responsibility of the author and should be arranged for and paid before submitting the article.
Editorial decisions for publication are normally made within four months following submissions. If your essay is accepted, you will be sent a pre-press style sheet with reformatting instructions.