FINAL CFP Summer Issue of Luvah
Abstracts: March 30
Final paper: May 2
Luvah is an international, inter-disciplinary journal of religion, philosophy, and politics. The editorial board of Luvah is interested in papers that transgress traditional boundaries inherent in the current compartmentalization of knowledge.
We are looking for articles, poems, and short stories that fit into the theme of our journal, which is the critical examination of modernity and postmodernity from the perspectives of traditionalism, critical theory, and primitivism. We are looking for both critiques of late-capitalist ideology from the perspective subaltern groups, as well as positive analyses of traditional literature and art. Articles analyzing Ancient thought, eco-criticism, and creative pieces are also welcome. We accept articles from students, independent artists and thinkers, as well as more established scholars. We accept submissions on a rolling basis, but to be considered for the forthcoming issue, you must have an abstract submitted by March 30. For further information, please refer to our submissions page.
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words. Acceptance of these will be confirmed as quickly as possible. Papers should be between 2,500 and 10,000 words. For more information on the formatting of abstracts and papers, please consult our style guidelines.