CFP: Nietzsche and Interdisciplinarity: InterCulture E-journal (3/15/06; e-journal issue)

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Thomas Philbeck
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    Nietzsche and Interdisciplinarity
      InterCulture (ISSN 1552-5910), an Electronic Journal published by Florida State University's Interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities, is seeking papers for its Spring 2006 issue. Friedrich Nietzsche is well known for his influence on multiple disciplines in the modern era, for his forward looking philosophy, and also for his conception of culture, cultivation, bildung.
      InterCulture would like to publish papers concerning Nietzsche's contribution to modern discourse in various disciplines as well as those that address his own interdisciplinary approach to philosophy and culture. While his work influenced literature, classics, philosophy, psychology, religion, history, education, it is also a product of these areas of academic study since he produced his work by interrogating the presuppositions of these fields as well as others. Papers that address Nietzsche's methods, themes, philosophy, influence, and/or consequences as they relate to these fields or to modern culture are welcome.
      The journal will publish the issue May 15, 2006. Please send completed articles for review by March 15th to Thomas Philbeck, managing editor, at
      Please include "InterCulture" in Subject line.
      InterCulture is an e-journal focused upon the interdisciplinary study of world cultures, the celebration and contemplation of cultural diversity, and exploration of the commonalities of the human condition. InterCulture exists to publish articles and media written from an interdisciplinary perspective, without any preference for a particular theoretical approach. Creative work, book, film and music reviews are accepted as well.
  InterCulture publishes material on a rolling basis; please allow 1-3 months for review. Articles should be submitted in MSWord or .RTF format and be between 3-6K words in length; book, film, and music reviews should be between 750-1250 words. Submissions are peer-reviewed.
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