Submission of a manuscript to The Pluralist is understood to imply that the paper is original, it has not already been published in whole or in substantial part elsewhere, and is not currently under consideration by any other journal. Article lengths of 6,000 to 12,000 words are preferred, although longer papers will be considered. Discussion pieces, essay-length reviews, and book reviews may also be submitted. Before submitting a review, please contact Roger Ward, Editor.
A submission must omit self-identifying information to allow for double-blind review. An abstract of 100 words should be placed at the start of the paper. Citations should follow the MLA Handbook, 8th edition. No autoformatting of notes should be used; all notes will be endnotes listed in numerical order at the end as part of the regular text. All text, including notes and extracted material (quotations, formulae), must be in 12-pt font and double-spaced. All pages must be numbered and have margins of at least one inch on all sides.
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Call for Submissions!
The Pluralist Honors the 100th Anniversary of the Death of American Philosopher Josiah Royce
The Josiah Royce Society, in cooperation with The Pluralist, invites submissions for a special 2016 issue of
the Journal honoring the life and thought of Josiah Royce (1855-1916).Submissions may address any topic related to Royce but must make substantial use of the work of recent Royce scholars and explore or extend their ideas. As a rule, recent scholars are those who wrote within the past 50 years.This call for submissions is open to scholars at any stage of their academic career, from graduate students to senior faculty members, and is also open to independent scholars.Submissions should be no less than 3,000 words in length and not longer than 8,000 words. Please prepare your submission for blind review.
Submissions should be e-mailed to Prof. Michael Brodrick (firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 1, 2016.
Simone de Beauvoir Edited by Margaret A. Simons and Marybeth Timmermann
Thomas S. Henricks
Objections to Nationalism
Politics and Authority
Simone de Beauvoir
The Politics of Women's Bodies in France
Miguel de Unamuno
Fadela Amara and the Rise of Ni Putes Ni Soumises
Edited and Translated by Brittany Murray and Diane Perpich
Simone de Beauvoir